AmaWaterways launches Taste of Bordeaux sailings

AmaWaterways has expanded its river cruise offerings in France with its Taste of Bordeaux sailing.

The seven-night round-trip Bordeaux sailings aboard AmaDolce  demonstrate the company’s continued confidence in France as one of Europe’s most enjoyable river cruise holiday destinations.

Kristin Karst, Executive Vice President and Co-owner of AmaWaterways. “Each year, we consider guest and travel agent feedback as we look to expand into new destinations.  Bordeaux has consistently come back as a destination of interest and we are thrilled to now offer breathtaking sailings in this incredible region of the world.”

AmaWaterways’ “Taste of Bordeaux” sailing along the Garonne and Dordogne rivers takes in  France’s legendary wine region with stops including Cadillac’s Roquetaillaide Castle, a Grand Cru Classé wine tasting in Pauillac and an excursion at Château de Montaigne in Libourne and more.

AmaDolce features AmaWaterways’ signature design features and amenities – French balconies, spacious marble-appointed bathrooms, a fitness room with sauna, walking track, hair and nail services, and nightly entertainment. Staterooms are equipped with Entertainment on Demand systems, offering complimentary internet access, the latest movies and music libraries. Complimentary unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks are available with lunch and dinner.

AmaWaterways 7 night ‘Taste of Bordeaux’ itineraries start from £1,399 including flights and transfers with departures through to November.  Visit or call 0808 256 8422.

About AmaWaterways
AmaWaterways boasts the best fleet on Europe’s rivers, as rated by the Berlitz: River Cruising in Europe travel guide and was the only cruise line to receive a four star-plus rating. Its European fleet took up all 11 of the guide’s top spots, with AmaPrima rated as No1. AmaWaterways offers the separate and distinct AmaVoyages to Myanmar on AmaPura (2014); Vietnam and Cambodia via the AmaLotus (2011) and AmaDara (2015); Portugal via the AmaVida (2013); and Africa via the Zambezi Queen (2009).

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