AmaWaterways schedules for 2023 world's longest river cruise itinerary

   March 11, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

AmaWaterways announced its longest-ever river cruise itinerary the new “Seven River Journey Through Europe”.

The 46-night B2B voyage has max capacity 144 passengers and visits 14 European countries with 4 luxury riverboats. AmaWaterways' unique voyage is scheduled to depart on June 1, 2023. Prices start at USD 26000 per person with double occupancy (US$ 565 pp per night). Bookings open for the general public on March 15, 2021.

Included in the epic journey, passengers will have 130+ complimentary excursions to choose from with all-new tours and exclusive experiences. In addition to hand-selected wines at every meal and fine dining in a wealth of onboard venues, a Wellness Host will offer a variety of stretching, yoga, and core strengthening classes.

The Seven River Journey will also feature seamless transfers between cruise ships; complimentary portage and laundry service; all gratuities onboard and during shore trips; and a dedicated Cruise Manager who will guide guests throughout their vacation.

Sailing on 4 AmaWaterways ships, the full itinerary for the unique 2023 voyage combines the following segments:

June 1-8: Seine River in France onboard AmaLyra sailing roundtrip from Paris City.

June 8-13: Saone and Rhone rivers in France onboard AmaKristina sailing from Lyon to Tarascon.

June 13-July 4: Rhine, Moselle, and Main rivers in Switzerland, Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands onboard AmaPrima sailing from Basel Switzerland to Amsterdam Holland to Vilshofen, Germany

July 4-17: Danube River in Germany, Austria, Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania onboard AmaVerde sailing from Vilshofen to Giurgiu Romania.

AmaLyra cruise ship

Throughout their journey, guests will sail to some of the most sought-after European destinations while visiting a total of 17 UNESCO sites and indulging in epicurean experiences. Highlights include sailing through Paris; venturing to the D-Day landing beaches of Normandy; treatment to an exclusive visit to Lahneck Castle, Germany; and visiting off-the-beaten-path wonders in Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, and Romania.