When your clients sail on an AmaWaterways river cruise, they will experience the luxury of more – more ways to discover, more ways to indulge and more ways to relax. With an award-winning fleet, critically acclaimed dining and unique tour options, your clients will have the trip of a lifetime on our cruises.
Sail on an AmaWaterways river cruise and you will experiuence the luxury of more – more ways to discover, more ways to indulge and more ways to relax. With an award-winning fleet, critically acclaimed dining and unique tour options, you clients will have the trip of a lifetime on one of their cruises.
You can enjoy stunning panoramic views on an AmaWaterways river cruise. They were the first river cruise line to offer twin balcony staterooms, featuring a French balcony and a full outside balcony. Twin balcony staterooms range from 210 – 235 sq. ft. and suites from 300 – 350 sq. ft.
Zambezi Queen 2009
AmaWaterways offer critically acclaimed, locally inspired dining in a variety of venues, including The Chef’s Table specialty restaurant featuring a true tasting menu and view of the chef as he prepares 10 delectable courses. AmaWaterways offer intimate specialty restaurants at no additional cost.
AmaWaterways’ expert chefs craft menus that feature both exquisite, locally-inspired cuisine and traditional, Western offerings. We inducted into La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs™, a prestigious international gastronomic society dedicated to fine cuisine. Membership is extended by invitation only to those possessing world-class culinary acumen.
All Dining On Board is included:
- An extensive choice of buffet and menu items during breakfast and lunch
- Complimentary unlimited sparkling wine and fresh juices with breakfast
- Exquisite multi-course dinners (2-3 choices per course) with hand-picked regional wines
- The Chef’s Table specialty restaurant (in addition to the main restaurant)
- La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs™ dining experience with wine pairing, only on our European fleet, excluding Portugal
- Complimentary and unlimited fine red and white wine, beer and soft drinks during lunch and dinner
- Wine variety changes daily on board
- Tapas, snacks, sandwiches and refreshments served daily in the Main Lounge
- Bread and pastries baked fresh daily on board
- Complimentary gourmet coffee and tea station available 24 hours a day
- Ingredients are always fresh and sourced locally; never frozen
- Sip & Sail Daily Cocktail Hour - New for 2018
In addition to complimentary unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks during meals, guests will also enjoy a new pre-dinner cocktail hour with complimentary wine, beer, spirits and soft drinks. Cheers—the drinks are on us!
France and Portugal
Discover the breathtaking beauty and riches found along the Garonne, Dordogne, Seine and Rhone in France, as well as the Douro in Portugal and Spain.
The Seine and Rhone
The Seine rises in northeastern France near Dijon, flows through Paris, and continues westward through Normandy to the English Channel. The Rhône flows from its source in the Swiss Alps and travels south to the Mediterranean, linking thousands of vineyards and wineries in southeastern France.
The Garonne, Dordogne and Gironde Estuary
In the corner of southwestern France, the Garonne and Dordogne rivers merge together to form the Gironde Estuary, which naturally divides the Bordeaux region into the Left and Right banks. Travelers from around the world flock to this region that is well known for its many gastronomic delights.
This major river of the Iberian Peninsula flows from its source in Spain to its outlet in Northern Portugal. It is here that river cruisers will discover the Douro River Valley, the birthplace of Port wine and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Heart of Europe
Explore the many sights and wonders along the Danube, Rhine, Main and Moselle rivers.
Captured in literature, art and Strauss’s famous “Blue Danube” waltz, this river is one of the world’s most romantic waterways. Extending for thousands of miles through Central Europe, the Danube flows eastward, passing four capital cities before emptying into the Black Sea.
The Rhine, Main and Moselle
The Rhine rises in the Swiss Alps and flows into Germany, where it joins the Moselle and its major tributary, the Main. Along these rivers are captivating sights that include castles, stunning vineyards and verdant valleys.
Dutch and Belgian Waterways
A series of connecting rivers, including the Amstel, from which Amsterdam took its name, connect the Netherlands and Belgium. A voyage along these waterways in the spring offers many opportunities to watch nature blossom in breathtaking fashion in this picturesque part of the world.