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Austrian-based Amadeus by Lueftner Cruises sails Europe's rivers, including the Danube, Rhine, Rhone, Main and Saone onboard a relatively young fleet. The line touts its superb dining experience and quality wines, which are complimentary with every dinner onboard.

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River cruises in Europe, Burma, Vietnam and Cambodia

A la carte excursion packages that are customizable

Complimentary bicycles onboard

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Austrian-based Amadeus by Lueftner Cruises sails Europe's rivers, including the Danube, Rhine, Rhone, Main and Saone onboard a relatively young fleet. The line touts its superb dining experience and quality red and white wines, which are complimentary (and "free-flowing") with every dinner onboard. Dinners are served in five courses, but if that doesn't fill you up, midnight snacks are also available.

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.

Fellow Passengers

On Amadeus, fellow passengers are likely to be experiential-minded. They're well-traveled, somewhat older and generally casual. Passengers tend to value getting involved in authentic experiences rather than more passive touring. They prefer shaping their experiences, which focus personal service and comfort. Passengers tend to be in the 50-plus age bracket. It's rare to see children onboard.

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