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About AmaWaterways

Family-owned and operated, AmaWaterways is known for its award-winning river cruise ships, exquisite cuisine, authentic experiences, and above all else, its unparalleled service. Whether you journey through Europe, Southeast Asia or Africa, the extraordinary crew turns every mile you travel into your most cherished memory. You’ll also enjoy innovations that include view-enhancing twin balconies, active hiking and biking excursions, invigorating wellness activities and a multi-course tasting menu at The Chef’s Table specialty restaurant. AmaWaterways is honored to welcome multi-generational families on board, offering connecting staterooms and triple and quadruple accommodations on select ships. In May 2019, AmaWaterways will proudly introduce their new AmaMagna on the Danube River. A ship twice as wide as traditional river ships, AmaMagna features more than 50% suite accommodations measuring from 355-710 square feet, as well as five bars, four unique dining venues, two soothing massage rooms in its expansive Zen Wellness Studio and a groundbreaking Water Sports Platform that offers intimate Sundowner boat excursions.
*Use the promo code TRIP100 and as a Trip Merchant Member, save $120 CAD per person on any AmaWaterways program (excluding Africa)!

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