AmaWaterway has allocated cabins on every future sailing in Europe, Africa and Asia for solo travellers without the penalty of paying a supplement for a double cabin.
UK sales manager, Natalie O’Mahoney said: “An AmaWaterways cruise is an excellent way for solo guests to travel. The ships’ varied daily itineraries ensures a once-only check-in, yet guests can explore a different destination every day, with complimentary guided tours and excursions included in the price. There’s no need to carry luggage around because optional transfers from airport to ship can be arranged. Free seating in the restaurants and an amiable atmosphere on board, with a maximum of 164 guests, ensures ample opportunity to make new friends, have good company during meals, and not have to navigate unfamiliar destinations alone; unless the guest should want to of course”.
The cruise line’s solo traveller programme is valid on a limited number of base category staterooms on every cruise.
Itineraries for 2015 and 2016 include:
Tulip Time Cruise
Amsterdam round trip, departing April 7 2016, 7 nights aboard AmaPrima. Visiting: Amsterdam, Volendam, Edam, Arnhem, Nijmegen, Antwerp, Ghent, Willemstad, Kinderdijk, starting at £1999
Taste of Bordeaux
Bordeaux round trip departing March 25 2016, 7 nights aboard AmaDolce. Visiting: Bordeaux, Cadillac, Pauillac, Blaye, Bourg, Libourne, Cubzac-Les-Ponts, starting at £2229
Paris & Normandy
Paris roundtrip, departing March 25 2016, 7 nights aboard AmaLegro. Visiting: Paris, Vernon, Giverny, Caudebec-en-Caux, Les Andelys, Rouen, Conflans, starting at £2099
Melodies of the Danube
Budapest to Vilshofen, departing April 9 2016, 7 nights aboard the AmaBella. Visiting: Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, Weissenkirchen, Emmersdorf, Grein, Linz, Passau, Vilshofen, starting at £2049
Prices are for one person in a double cabin, with no single supplement, and include all meals on board, wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner, complimentary daily tours and excursions, free use of on board bicycles and free wifi.
For more information call freephone 0808 256 8422 or visit amawaterways.co.uk.