Amadeus by Lueftner Cruises
Amadeus by Lueftner Cruises Highlights
- River cruises in Europe, Burma, Vietnam and Cambodia
- A la carte excursion packages that are customizable
- Complimentary bicycles onboard
- Environmentally conscious cruising; the line is Green Globe certified
- Amadeus News: Amadeus Christens New Ship on Rhone and Announces New-Build for 2018
Amadeus by Lueftner Cruises Fleet (10)
MS Amadeus Brilliant (built in 2011), MS Amadeus Elegant (2010), MS Amadeus Diamond (2009), MS Amadeus Princess (2006), MS Amadeus Royal (2005) and MS Amadeus Symphony (2003) are virtually identical: Each measures 361 feet long and comes in at 1,566 tons. The number of cabins on each ship ranges from 72 to 80. All cabins measure either 161 square feet or 236 square feet for suites. The newer builds generally offer more suites than the older boats. Each features four decks: a sun deck, and three passenger decks named after Austrian composers (Strauss, Mozart and Haydn).
The line introduced the biggest member of its fleet, MS Amadeus Silver (443 feet), in Spring 2013. Silver offers 78 standard cabins (172 square feet) and 12 suites (258 square feet). Like its European fleetmates, Silver has four decks.
About Amadeus by Lueftner Cruises
Boats feature modern, elegant decor, and activities -- think oversized chess boards, shuffleboards and walking tracks -- that will keep passengers busy during rare downtime. Musicians perform live daily.
Compared with other river lines that ply the same waters, Amadeus offers a more moderately priced, a la carte cruising experience. Excursions can be purchased individually or as part of a variety of packages. Packages cost less than booking each excursion individually. Passengers can use the line's complimentary bicycles while ashore. All excursions come with wireless audio guides.
Amadeus focuses on environmentally sustainable cruising and even offers cruisers a chance to offset their carbon footprints by paying an additional 2 euros per person per day, which goes toward U.N.-sanctioned projects aimed to benefit the environment.
English is the primary language onboard all of the boats in the fleet.