AmaWaterways notes strong demand as European sailings commence

AmaWaterways notes strong demand as European sailings commence

The line celebrates its 20th anniversary this year

AmaWaterways has reported strong demand for its 2022 European season, as sailings get underway. 

The first of the 21-strong European fleet to set sail this year was AmaMagna, which set sail on the Danube on March 6. Five ships are dedicated to the line’s Tulip Time cruises, while five will focus on France and an additional 10 will welcome guests on the Rhine, Moselle, Danube and Douro rivers.

The line celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and Kristin Karst, executive vice president and co-founder of AmaWaterways, said the line was experiencing a strong growth in demand from both returning guests and travellers new to river cruising.

“After missing many celebrations with family and friends over the past two years, there is incredible pent-up demand, with travellers anxious to pack their bags and start fulfilling their travel ‘must do’ list,” she said.  

“A desire to step away from the day-to-day and reconnect with the world is driving demand for longer cruises, itineraries that include exclusive events and those that take guests to more exotic  destinations like on our 11-night Secrets of Egypt & The Nile cruise and land itinerary, our Mekong River cruises or our Africa safaris and wildlife cruises.”

All AmaWaterways guests embarking or disembarking their river cruise in Amsterdam between April 14 and October 9 will be offered a complimentary excursion to the Floriade Expo, a once-in-a-decade horticultural event, in Almere. 

The line is offering agents exclusive packages with its More to Love promotion on select 2022 European river cruises.

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