AmaWaterways Introduces New Offers and Extends Booking Deadline

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AmaWaterways announced a new Solo Traveller offer and the extension of special offers for travel in 2021 and 2022.

Guests who book before 31DEC, 2020 can take advantage of savings, including Free Roundtrip Airfare for select 2021 European river cruises and a 5 percent Early Booking Reward for 2022 Europe, Mekong and Egypt itineraries. Additionally, Canadian residents will also receive pre-paid gratuities on select 2021 sailings and all 2022 Europe and Asia river cruises.

“We have listened to our travel partners and are thrilled to extend these special offers through the end of the year, providing their clients with more time to plan and save on their future river cruise vacations,” said Kristin Karst, executive vice president and co-founder of AmaWaterways.

2021 Offers
AmaWaterways’ limited-time offers are now available on a variety itineraries and appointed ships, including the line’s newest additions, AmaSiena and AmaLucia.

On 2021 offers, travellers can choose complimentary flights with the Free Roundtrip Airfare or the $3,998 per person Upgrade to Business Class. Guests also have the option of Free Companion Air on an additional selection of 2021 sailings.

Newly announced for solo travelers, AmaWaterways will offer a reduced 25 percent single supplement on balcony staterooms, available on select 2021 sailings through its Solo Travellers Special.

2022 Offers
The 2022 Early Booking Reward allows guest to save 5 percent on select Europe and Mekong river cruises, including those onboard the AmaMagna.

In September 2021, AmaWaterways will debut the AmaDahlia, and guests who book a 2022 Egypt river cruise can receive a 5 percent discount on balcony staterooms and suites on select sailings.

Lastly, for travellers who book before 31DEC, 2020, AmaWaterways will provide additional flexibility with its limited time special Travel Waiver Plus program. This allows guests to cancel their river cruise vacation for any reason up to 24-hours in advance of their AmaWaterways’ booked services.

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