European cruisers can now book sailings on the beautiful new AMABELLA. This 162-passenger river cruise ship features staterooms with a more square footage than most oceangoing vessels (214, on average) and lavish double balconies.
Additional amenities include an exclusive chef’s table restaurant (seating just 24) with dedicated chef, upgraded “infotainment” system, Wi-Fi, a library and swimming pool. Thinking about traveling with AMA next year? In 2011 the line will launch MS AmaVerde in Europe.
In Southeast Asia, the brand-new 124-passenger MS AmaLotus will feature gorgeous 226 square-foot deluxe staterooms (82% feature balconies) with the amenities of a fine hotel. The ships Junior suites provide an extra spacious 290 square feet of space and suites, at 452 square feet, provide the ultimate in onboard pampering. AmaLotus will sail seven-night Mekong river cruises from Siem Reap, Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
A completely refurbished MS AmaKatarina will launch in the spring of 2011 as the most luxurious vessel on the Volga-Baltic Waterway. The culture-rich cruise from Moscow to St. Petersburg will provide guests with 10 different stateroom categories, and accommodations up to 432 square feet. This luxurious ship will include an alternative restaurant, conference hall, sauna and solarium.
AMAWaterways is already known for pioneering industry concepts such as French balconies, complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks with dinner and a fleet of bicycles for passenger use. These new vessels continue AMAWaterways tradition of providing the most spectacular and well-appointed vessels to be found on the Mekong River and throughout Europe and Russia.