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AmaWaterways Sets A Course To 2023

AmaWaterways reports its 2023 Europe river cruise itineraries are now open for individual and group bookings, a full seven months in advance of previous years.  A record level of bookings in March further confirms the “extremely strong pent-up demand for intimate river cruise vacations leading AmaWaterways to offer guests earlier than usual access to enriching experiences including new itineraries ranging from 5 to 46 nights,” the company says.

Guests interested in locking in the best balcony staterooms and suites by June 30, will receive 5% cruise savings on 2023 Europe sailings.

“Reservations for our 2022 season are the strongest we have ever seen. We have already received such incredible group and charter interest for our 2023 itineraries that we decided to move ahead quickly and open up these cruises for individual bookings,” said Kristin Karst, executive vice president and co-founder of AmaWaterways. “I am excited about our new classical music cruises, 5-night Danube itineraries and Seven River Journeys that have just been announced – each offers an innovative twist on traditional river cruising with unique and inspiring experiences sure to please new and returning guests.”

New itineraries for 2023 include a series of 5-night Majestic Capitals of the Danube cruises visiting Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna with optional new land packages in Kraków, Poland or Salzburg, Austria and 7-night Celebration of Classical Music: The Danube cruises between Budapest and Vienna with enriching concert experiences added to the program of included excursions. AmaWaterways also announced two epic Seven River Journeys through 14 countries for spring and summer 2023. Following overwhelming pre-launch demand, the Summer Edition has very limited availability, however the Spring Edition, sailing from April 20 to June 4, 2023, which concludes with two weeks on the luxurious AmaMagna, is now open for reservations.

In addition to these immersive new experiences, guests have a variety of other ways to delve into Europe’s rich history, wines and architecture while “”being pampered by spacious staterooms and attentive onboard service.” There are 10 different itineraries exploring the iconic cities and charming villages along the Rhine, Moselle (picture right) and Main rivers in addition to the Enticing Douro and Flavors of Portugal & Spain itineraries, through the landscapes of Portugal. With five ships in France, each with a different itinerary, guests can combine cruises and explore the four culinary corners of this country cruising through the Bordeaux, Normandy, Burgundy and Provence regions. With the rising trend of longer vacations and slower travel, guests can customize their travels by combining multiple itineraries and save 10% on the second or third river cruise or add on a land package pre- or post-cruise to extend their European journey. Newly introduced pre-and post-cruise land packages available to book for 2023 include a 3-night St. Malo package with the Impressions of the Seine & Paris itinerary and a 3-night Geneva, Switzerland and 3-night French Riviera (Nice and Monaco) with the Essence of Burgundy & Provence itinerary.

Travellers with pent-up wanderlust who are eager to plan their future vacation can secure their preferred itinerary and stateroom while taking advantage of AmaWaterways’ Early Booking Reward. Guests who reserve their 2023 Europe cruise by June 30, 2021, will receive 5% cruise savings on balcony staterooms and suites.

Sale on over to https://AmaWaterways.ca for more.

 

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