AmaWaterways has reveald details of its new ship, AmaSiena, that will sail next year along with a variety of itineraries to choose from. 


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Groups can visit Amsterdam as part of one of the new itineraries onboard the ship.

The luxury cruise operator’s newest ship is sister to AmaKristina and will be the 24th addition to its fleet, arriving in July 2020.

It will hold a maximum of 156 passengers and will feature AmaWaterways’ signature twin-balcony staterooms, a choice of dining venues, a sun deck walking track, pool with swim-up bar and a fitness room.

As part of the cruise operator’s Wellness Programme, guest will also be able to join group exercise classes - including morning stretches, core strengthening and resistance band workouts. All the sessions will be led by a professionally trained onboard instructor.

New itineraries 

As well as a range of itineraries on offer aboard the new-build, two seven-night cruises have also been added to its programme, named Treasures of the Main & Rhine and Vineyards of the Rhine & Moselle

The first of the two will sail from Nuremberg to Amsterdam, featuring cultural visits to the Anne Frank Museum and Canal Street in Amsterdam, as well as beer tasting opportunities.

Vineyards of the Rhine & Moselle will carry guests from Amsterdam to Luxembourg and includes a visit to the striking Cologne Cathedral, a walking tour of Bernkastel and different European castle visits.

Latest destinations from AmaWaterways

The cruise line has also announced new tours for its double-width ship that launched earlier this summer, AmaMagna.


The AmaMagna launched earlier this summer.

The vessel will take part in three new itineraries and cruise along the Lower Danube for the first time. The itineraries include seven nights from Budapest to Giurgiu (or reverse), seven nights from Vilshofen to Budapest (or reverse) and a 14-night longer Danube experience. 

The cruise operator has also launched new land extensions to Istanbul, Nice and Bangkok. The holidays include luxury accommodation and sightseeing options.

Groups can book onto any of AmaWaterways’ itineraries and can find more information by visiting