Amadeus River Cruises has revealed that it will introduce its 16th ship in spring 2020.
Amadeus Imperial will cruise the Danube, Rhine and Main rivers as well as the Dutch and Belgian waterways. Its maiden voyage is scheduled for April 2020 on the canals in Holland and Belgium.
Following this, the ship will operate between Amsterdam and Basel to the Black Sea and the Danube Delta.
Amadeus Imperial will follow the design of the line’s Silver series and will feature a newly designed entrance area.
It will include 72 deluxe cabins and 12 Amadeus suites, making it one of the largest ships within the Amadeus fleet.
Amadeus River Cruises’ head of sales Natalie O’Mahoney said: “This is an exciting addition to the Amadeus fleet. River cruising is growing increasingly popular among UK audiences who are looking to explore new destinations and enrich themselves in new experiences.
“Amadeus understands that its passengers want to combine European culture with high class luxury while still retaining the comfort and familiarity of their temporary home and this new ship will manage these expectations perfectly.”
Booking details for the Amadeus Imperial’s inaugural journey will be released early next year.
The cruise line will also welcome Amadeus Star in April.