Today AmaWaterways confirmed it will add a new ship, the AmaSiena, to its European fleet on July 1, 2020.
The 156-guest ship will sail a variety of 7-, 10- and 11-night itineraries visiting popular cities, historical villages and various vineyard regions along the Rhine, Main, Moselle and Danube rivers. Like her sister ships—AmaMora, AmaLea and AmaKristina—AmaSiena will feature connecting staterooms, luxury amenities and a variety of dining choices such as AmaWaterways’ signature regionally inspired cuisine in the Main Restaurant and the wine-paired tasting menu at The Chef’s Table Restaurant.
“The popularity of river cruising continues to rise, and with the introduction of AmaSiena, we’re happy to be bringing more of our brand of personalized, luxury river cruising to our guests,” said Rudi Schreiner, president and co-founder of AmaWaterways, in press materials. “When she debuts in 2020, AmaSiena will feature the exceptional cuisine, a variety of active shore excursions, world-class service and of course, some innovative touches that travelers have come to expect each time we introduce a new ship to our fleet.”
The AmaSiena will feature 78 staterooms, the majority of which will include AmaWaterways’ exclusive twin balconies offering panoramic views from both a French and outside balcony. The vessel will also feature four suites, six pairs of connecting staterooms, and 12 triple occupancy staterooms designed for multigenerational families. Additional amenities include a heated Sun Deck pool with a swim-up bar, fitness classes led by a trained Wellness Host, a fitness room, and a fleet of bicycles, plus massage and beauty salon services. Guests will also find complimentary Entertainment-On-Demand, high-speed Wi-Fi, and “Sip & Sail” happy hour.
When she debuts in July 2020, AmaSiena will sail a wide variety of popular itineraries, but highlights include the 10-night Rhine & Moselle Delights and the 11-night Rhine & Moselle Fairytales between Amsterdam and Basel, which allow guests extended time to explore the Middle Age castles and vineyards that line the banks of the Moselle river.