River cruise line AmaWaterways has launched its 2016 brochure – featuring two new ships, AmaViola and AmaStella.
The programme also includes details of 34 wine-themed sailings – double last year’s count – including an inaugural Taste of Bordeaux itinerary.
Passengers can sail AmaViola on the Danube and Rhine on a seven-night itinerary from Budapest to Nuremberg (from £1,562pp) on December 8, 2016. The 158-passenger vessel, which is sister ship of AmaStella, will feature the line’s new interconnecting staterooms, as well as larger suites, twin balcony staterooms, heated swimming pools and fitness rooms.
The round-trip Taste of Bordeaux cruise, which departs on March 25, 2016 (from £1,562pp) takes in France’s Bordeaux region, with stops along the Garonne and Dordogne rivers to explore the wine-growing villages, over seven nights.
Elsewhere is a 10-night Golden Treasures of Myanmar cruise from Pyay to Mandalay (from £2,813pp), which departs on September 22, 2016, and a seven-night Paris and Normandy art-themed cruise (from £1,745pp), departing April 8, 2016.
Customers who book any seven-night European cruise before July 31, 2015 will receive a discount of £300 per person for either single or double occupancy, or £600 per person on 14-night European cruises.
You can read more about river cruising in Cruise Adviser’s special guide here.