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May 25, 2017
The extra-wide ship seal has been broken
Are extra-wide river cruise vessels with larger staterooms and more onboard amenities the next big river cruise trend?
AmaWaterways building Europe’s largest river cruise ship
The AmaMagna, scheduled to launch in 2019 on the Danube, will be twice as wide as AmaWaterways’ current ships, enabling the construction of larger cabins.
Delfin launches third Amazon vessel
The Delfin III sails the Peruvian Amazon through the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
Certares invests in AmaWaterways
The company also owns stakes in American Express Global Business Travel and Travel Leaders Group.
Scenic’s Glen Moroney
Travel Weekly’s Michelle Baran caught up with the founder and chairman of Emerald Waterways’ parent company to talk about the growth and the challenges of the river cruising market.
River Cruises through France
Discover the breathtaking beauty and riches found along the Bordeaux region on the Garonne river in France on an award-winning AmaWaterways river cruise. Now your clients can enjoy savings up to $1,500 off per stateroom on select itineraries!
Expensive feel is secret of Emerald Destiny’s success
A first call aboard the newest Emerald Waterways river vessel makes it clear that offering cost-conscious cruises doesn’t mean cutting corners.
Floating architecture
Cruise lines are increasingly emphasizing interior design, recruiting designers from outside the industry to bring innovation, flair and excitement to ship environs.
Michelle Baran
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