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AmaCerto Review

5.0 / 5.0
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The crew made all the difference

Review for AmaCerto to Europe River
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2022
Cabin: Stateroom with French balcony

We wanted to try a different river cruise line and selected Ama, sailing on the AmaCerto from Basel to Amsterdam.

The crew really made the cruise special. They were very accommodating, and always placed guest enjoyment as their top priority. They were quick to learn our names and our meal preferences.

Speaking of meals, the food was wonderful. Ama ships also have an included specialty dinning venue, the Chef’s Table. Reservations are required but each passenger should have an opportunity. It is a multi-course fixed menu with specialty wine pairings, and much of the meal is prepared right there.

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On behalf of all of us at AmaWaterways, thank you so much for leaving such a wonderful review! We each take pride in our pursuits to provide an unforgettable experience for all our guests. We...

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Stateroom with French balcony

We were very happy with our French Balcony cabin. Here is a tip: all ships pass through the same locks, so they are all about the same size. When comparing, check out the number of cabins on each ship. Fewer cabins usually mean larger cabins. Of course, AmaMagna is an exception as it only sails the lower Danube and is much larger.

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