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AmaWaterways AmaPrima

The custom designed AmaPrima makes its grand debut this spring. The AmaPrima is one of the brightest gems in AmaWaterways award-winning fleet and a sister ship to the AmaCerto, which debuted last year. The state-of-the-art vessel carries 14 passengers, fewer than others its size. The features include many thoughtful innovations that ensure the ultimate in cruising comfort. The beautiful AmaPrima boasts twin balconies (a French balcony plus a full-size step out balcony) in most staterooms. The suites are up to 350 square feet and the staterooms are up to 235 square feet giving passengers the space so many other river cruise staterooms do not. The cuisine onboard is exquisite and always reflects the countries you are visiting. There are multiple dining venues onboard including an intimate "Chef's Table" , a casual al fresco dining terrace, the Main Dining Room, and a wine room for private parties. As always, AmaWaterways provides its guests with complimentary fine wines, beer and soda with every lunch and dinner. Sip a local wine with dinner as you cruise through the region it came from. Spirits are available for guests for a nominal charge. The AmaPrima carries along with her bicycles for her passengers enjoyment. You can take them out for the day and explore on your own. What a wonderful way to see the picturesque towns you visit. At some ports, AmaWaterways offers guided group tours that go from one port to another, giving passengers another way to experience the countryside. Don't miss out on the inaugural season of the fabulous AmaPrima. Contact our Experts to book your Tulip Tome cruise through Holland and Belgium in the Spring, The Romantic Danube River in July or a Grand Cruise from Amsterdam to Budapest through the heart of Europe.

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