Luxury river cruise line AmaWaterways is offering new savings for Canadian residents. The limited-time offer provides free pre-paid gratuities on a selection of 2019 sailings booked between July 1 and Sept. 30.
AmaWaterways’ cruises include award-winning cuisine and a choice of up to 20 excursions during a seven-night cruise. Each meal is specially paired with premium local reds and whites from Europe’s renowned wine regions, with new selections each evening. All onboard dining, as well as unlimited wine and beer with lunch and dinner and evening Sip & Sail cocktail hour, is included.
Other luxurious amenities include the Sun Deck with a large heated pool and a swim-up bar, and view-enhancing accommodations featuring twin balconies. Guests can join small-group shore excursions catering to gentle, regular and active walkers as well as guided hiking and biking adventures. With professionally trained Wellness Hosts onboard, guests are also invited to take part in guided fitness classes and wellness activities such as stretching, cardio and core strengthening.
This year AmaWaterways welcomed three new ships to its modern, 23-ship fleet – the revolutionary AmaMagna sailing on the Danube, AmaMora on the Rhine and AmaDouro on the Douro River in Portugal.
The exclusive Canadian Resident offer is applicable to sailings on these new ships and provides another reason for Canadian residents to enjoy all that Europe and Asia have to offer in the more relaxed fall travel period. The offer is combinable with other retail promotions as well as AmaWaterways’ Past Passenger Privilege Program and Future Cruise Benefit Program.
The offer is applicable to Canadian residents only and valid on new FIT bookings made July 1 through Sept. 30, 2019, for most sailings in October through December 2019. Use code CANGRATS when booking to receive free pre-paid gratuities for cruise only. Other conditions apply – see website.
For full details, or to book an AmaWaterways river cruise, contact your preferred travel advisor, call 1.888.626.0994 or visit AmaWaterways.ca.