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AmaWaterways Ship Reviews

AmaSonata
Ranked #1 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
97% Loved It
  • Pro: Included shore excursions cater to varying activity levels
  • Con: Kinks in the ID card system
  • Bottom Line: A good choice for travelers seeking active pursuits on land and laid-back time onboard
  • Launched: 2014;  Passengers: 164
AmaDagio
Ranked #3 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
93% Loved It
  • First custom-built river cruise ship for the line
  • Sails along Europe's famous inland waterways
  • Fares include wine, tours, Internet, bikes
  • Launched: 2006;  Passengers: 148
AmaLegro
Ranked #1 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
88% Loved It
  • English-speaking guests enjoy social, casual vibe
  • Sail along Europe's famed rivers
  • Included tours use wireless audio devices
  • Launched: 2007;  Passengers: 148
AmaLyra
Ranked #2 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
88% Loved It
  • Sails itineraries along Europe's great waterways
  • Fares include wine with dinner, tours, Internet
  • Spacious standard cabins are 170 square feet
  • Launched: 2009;  Passengers: 148
AmaCerto
Ranked #5 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
85% Loved It
  • Includes heated swimming pool with swim-up bar
  • Fare includes wine with dinner, Internet, tours
  • Some cabins feature AMA's cool "twin balcony" setup
  • Launched: 2012;  Passengers: 164
AmaPura
Ranked #6 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
85% Loved It
  • All-suite cabins on AmaWaterways' first ship in the region
  • Personal service with one crewmember for every two passengers
  • Mostly well-traveled, affluent, and mature North Americans
  • Launched: 2014;  Passengers: 56
AmaCello
Ranked #7 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
84% Loved It
  • Excursions and wine with dinner are part of the fare
  • All cabins are river view, most with French balconies
  • Cruise directors are affable, knowledgeable, helpful
  • Launched: 2008;  Passengers: 148
AmaDolce
Ranked #8 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
83% Loved It
  • Pro: An intimate ship that fosters wonderful community and camaraderie onboard
  • Con: No balconies, cabins are on the smallish size for a luxury-minded experience
  • Bottom Line: Service matters here and a superb crew makes the experience special
  • Launched: 2009;  Passengers: 148
AmaVida
Ranked #10 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
64% Loved It
  • 106-passenger riverboat launched in 2013
  • Cruises Portugal's Douro River
  • Fare includes wine with dinner, Internet and tours
  • Launched: March 2013;  Passengers: 106
AmaViola
Ranked #12 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
100% Loved It
  • Pro: Excellent dining, first-class active excursion options and select family sailings
  • Con: Entertainment options are limited
  • Bottom Line: Immersive cruise on elegant -- yet comfortable -- modern river ship
  • Launched: 2016;  Passengers: 158
AmaVista
Ranked #13 of 17 AmaWaterways Ships
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  • Excellent choice of excursions
  • Gourmet food
  • Twin balconies in most cabins
  • Launched: 2015;  Passengers: 164
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