AmaWaterways to Offer Solo Traveler Promotion

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This holiday season, AmaWaterways is offering a Solo Traveler Promotion. Guests traveling by themselves can now reserve a spot on over 145 departures in 2018 (including 24 wine cruises) throughout Europe and Asia, without having to pay a single supplement. Note: The Solo Traveler Promotion applies to all stateroom categories excluding suites, A+ and AA+).

In addition, solo guests booking a base category stateroom (category E and D) on any departure will enjoy a waived single supplement fee with AmaWaterways’ Solo Traveler Program. Both offers are combinable with the Past Passenger Privilege and Onboard Future Cruise Benefit Programs; guests are encouraged to book early to access the widest choice of itineraries and departure dates. Popular dates still available include magical Christmas Market cruises onboard AmaKristina and AmaLea, the newest editions to the company’s fleet of 20 ships.

AmaWaterways also offers a third option for solo travelers on four ships—AmaDolce, AmaDante, AmaLyra and AmaCello—which have a limited number of specially designed single occupancy staterooms with a French balcony and require no single supplement.                              

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Solo travelers receive an invitation to an exclusive Welcome Cocktail Reception and to dine at the Captain’s table in the main dining room, in addition to assistance in choosing from up to 20 complimentary shore excursions offered each week.

The Solo Traveler Program doesn’t necessarily have to be for those traveling on their own but can include anyone who just wants their own space, such as on a girlfriend getaway or as part of a multigenerational family vacation.

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