AmaWaterways celebrates 22nd anniversary with offers on 2025 trips

AmaWaterways celebrates 22nd anniversary with offers on 2025 trips
Edited by Travel Weekly


    As AmaWaterways embarks on its 22nd year, the luxury river cruise line has announced a range of savings offers to make river cruising even more accessible to both new and experienced cruisers.

    Travellers planning ahead can enjoy savings of up to 20 per cent on a range of European itineraries in 2025. Solo travellers also win with single supplement offers ranging from zero to 25 per cent on select early 2025 departures.

    The Summer Triple Savings offer combines three offers into one. On select European sailings in 2025 or 2026, guests booking select seven-, 10- and 11-night cruises receive AU$3,000 in per stateroom savings, a complimentary stateroom upgrade and a US$50 onboard credit.

    Booking a select 14-night departure doubles the per stateroom savings to AU$6,000 and onboard credit to US$100 plus the upgrade.

    Offers are available on new bookings made by September 30, 2024. Additional details and additional offers can be found at www.amawaterways.au/special-offers.

    For returning AmaWaterways’ guests, there is Loyalty Benefits, a program that recognises repeat guests with special rewards such as complimentary airport transfers, stateroom category upgrades, and the Future Cruise Benefit Program.

    “As we celebrate 22 years on the rivers, we’re excited to offer up to 20 per cent savings on many European itineraries through 2025,” said Kristin Karst, executive vice president and co-founder of AmaWaterways. “These savings make it easier than ever to discover the beauty of river cruising with us. We invite both new and returning guests to take advantage of these incredible opportunities and join us for an unparalleled river cruise experience.”

    Cruising with AmaWaterways includes fine dining in multiple venues, including The Chef’s Table specialty restaurant, unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner, daily Sip & Sail cocktail hour with wine, beer, spirits and soft drinks, a daily variety of small group excursions, including hiking, biking and special interest tours, high-quality Wi-Fi, a Wellness Program with a variety of host-led fitness classes, and much more.

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