AmaWaterways: Offers for 2012 and 2013

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I absolutely adore AmaWaterways… the loveliness of the ships, combined with the relaxing pace of a river cruise through some of the most beautiful and historic areas on the planet… the experience simply cannot be surpassed.

As such, I always pay careful attention to what this wonderful line has to offer in the way of specials, and here are some of their current offers…

2012 Offers:

  • $999 Thanksgiving Cruises (select departures only)
  • Solo Traveler cruise for $1699 per stateroom (select itinerary)
  • Save 50% of your second stateroom on select Holiday sailings including Christmas and New Year’s Celebration sailings
  • 2for1 on one select holiday sailings
  • $500 off per stateroom and $300 onboard credit on select Wine Cruises
  • Exclusive Double savings on our exotic Mekong program : Vietnam, Cambodia & The Riches of the Mekong: $1000 off per stateroom and complimentary upgrade on select summer and winter departures.

2013 Offers:

  • Free land program in Paris or Lisbon when cruising on our two new programs for 2013 : Paris & Normandy or the Enticing Douro / Port Wine & Flamenco; for passengers not willing to take advantage of the complimentary land program, we will offer $1000 off per stateroom.
  • $500 off per stateroom and $300 onboard credit on select Wine Cruises

Be sure to ask about these deals when booking your next cruise with AmaWaterways.

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