49-night AmaWaterways river cruises now on sale

49-night AmaWaterways river cruises now on sale

The 'Seven River journey' is the company's longest river cruise on a single ship

AmaWaterways’ new 49-night 'Seven River Journey' river cruises on board the AmaMora will sail through seven rivers between the North Sea and the Black Sea over the course of seven weeks.

The itinerary features 15 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, France, Luxembourg, Moldova, the Netherlands, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Switzerland.

Two departures are planned by AmaMora, the first from Amsterdam on 22 April 2024 ending 10 June 2024 in Giurgiu, Romania. The reverse journey begins on 10 June 2024 in Giurgiu and ends on 29 July 2024 in Amsterdam. 


Sailing the complete length of the Rhine and Danube rivers, including the seldom visited Danube Delta region for the first time, the itinerary includes visits to six new towns and a showcase of a special folklore event in new port Giurgiulesti in Moldova.

The cruises include complimentary gratuities both on board and ashore, new small group excursions, free laundry services, commemorative gifts and the services of a dedicated cruise manager.

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Company co-founder and executive vice president Kristin Karst said: “Since the debut of our Seven River Journeys in 2021, we have received tremendous demand from travellers who are looking to spend extra time immersing themselves in beautiful destinations throughout Europe.

“With the widespread popularity of these immersive longer itineraries, we are thrilled to announce that the 2024 spring and summer editions showcase enriching itineraries on board a single, award-winning ship – making it easy for guests to sit back, relax and enjoy the unparalleled experience of cruising seamlessly between the North Sea and the Black Sea visiting15 countries in between.”

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