AMA Waterway's Welcomes 2017 with a Bang!
AmaWaterways, named Best River Cruise Line of 2016 by Cruise Critic, continues to set the standards for innovation and creativity in the river cruise industry year after year. We are delighted to share our new additions for 2017 with you, featuring multi-generational travel, more alternative ways to explore and more included choices. We also would like to invite you to check out our latest press releases below highlighting AmaWaterways' notable accomplishments:
AmaWaterways Experiences Record-Setting September For Future Cruise Sales
AmaWaterways Awarded Top Honor As The Best River Cruise Line In 2016 Cruise Critic Annual Editors' Picks Awards
► NEW! River Cruise Ship, AmaKristina
Set to debut on April 1, 2017, the AmaKristina is the 21st member of AmaWaterways fleet, named after Godmother, Kristin Karst. The 158-passenger vessel features connecting staterooms and triple accommodations, designed specifically to target the multi-generational group and family travel markets.
► NEW! Africa Safari & Wildlife Cruise Itinerary
Experience the thrill of daily game drives and exceptional amenities, service and cuisine aboard the Zambezi Queen on the new Wildlife and the Falls itinerary.
► More Wine Cruises in 2017
AmaWaterways' award-winning wine cruises have grown significantly to nearly 50 departures in 2017.Click here for a list of 2017 Wine Cruise Departures
► More Ways to Discover
Recently awarded Cruise Critic's 2016 Best River Cruise Line for Active Cruisers, AmaWaterways provides travelers with a new level of adventure; offering a selection of biking, hiking and multiple-paced walking tours.
► Backroads Partnership
AmaWaterways and Backroads has expanded its partnership, doubling active river cruise options for 2017, with over 100 departures to choose from.
► Adventures By Disney Partnership
Following the successful kick-off of our partnership, Adventures by Disney has expanded it's program of family-oriented river cruises with AmaWaterways in 2017, now featuring itineraries on both the Danube and Rhine rivers.