AMAWATERWAYS has opened bookings for its 2011 season with 5 percent early-booking discounts for those who book before May 31, 2010. Excluded from the offer is the popular Vietnam, Cambodia & the Riches of the Mekong itinerary.
Next year, AMAWATERWAYS will add two ships to its fleet, one in Russia and one in South East Asia.
In Russia, the newly refurbished MS Amakatarina will offer luxurious cruises on the Volga-Baltic waterway, with large balcony staterooms and four different suite categories, among other amenities. Amakatarina will cruise 11-night “Russian Waterways” itineraries between Moscow and St. Petersburg, beginning in May 2011.
On the Mekong River, AMAWATERWAYS will introduce a brand-new 124-passenger vessel, the largest and most deluxe to cruise that legendary South East Asian river. The new ship will join La Marguerite in offering 7-night upstream and downstream itineraries from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Siem Reap, Cambodia as part of the line’s “Vietnam, Cambodia & the Riches of the Mekong” program.
For 2011, AMAWATERWAYS provides more than 16 itineraries across the Danube, Rhine, Main and Mosel rivers. Many itineraries are specially designed to take advantage of the spectacular Koblenz Flower Show, which will take place from April to October of 2011.
New for 2011 is a sweeping “From the North Sea to the Black Sea” cruise for those interested in a grand tour of Europe.
Also available will be new variations of the popular Romantic Danube and Black Sea Voyage itineraries.
Romantic Danube passengers can now choose land programs in either Munich or Prague; while the Black Sea Voyage presents a choice of either Vienna or Budapest for the land program.