AmaWaterways’ award-winning ships cruise the legendary rivers of Europe, Southeast Asia and Africa. Experience world-class service, critically acclaimed cuisine, innovative touches and inventive tour excursions aboard this elegant fleet.
AmaWaterways River Cruises
What AmaWaterways is all about
AmaWaterways follows a generous philosophy focused on the Luxury of More. More style. More Space. More on-board amenities. And more ways to discover. You’ll find an extra touch of luxury and thoughtful attention to detail throughout each of their 23 elegant ships. Derived from ‘Ama, the Latin word for love, AmaWaterways is passionate about cruising and makes the delight of passengers their top priority.
Why cruise with AmaWaterways
AmaWaterways’ sleek ships carry a maximum of 164 guests. In this way, they ensure a higher staff-to-passenger ratio that affords guests impeccably attentive service at all times. AmaWaterways prides itself on innovation by offering a number of firsts on board. These include more spacious staterooms with two private balconies to maximise views. They are also the only ships that carry a fleet of bicycles for on-shore excursions.
What you can expect from AmaWaterways
Dine on critically acclaimed cuisine at the Chef’s Table, an exclusive specialty restaurant where a gourmet chef prepares delicious dishes before your eyes. Attend an eclectic selection of live musical entertainment on board. Go on a cycling, hiking, epicurean or cultural excursion at your ports of call. Or get your exercise fix on board at the fitness room. Then sip cocktails at the swim-up pool bar on the sun deck as the beautiful landscapes glide by.
Most popular destinations with AmaWaterways
AmaWaterways takes you to the heart of Europe with incredible river cruises along the Danube, Rhine and beyond. Explore the winelands of Bordeaux. Visit the medieval treasures of Germany. Sail between the islands of Croatia and more. For safari adventures, follow the Golden Trails of East Africa through Botswana, Namibia and Tanzania. Or sail down the Mekong in Vietnam and Cambodia.