AmaMagna re­veals more of its al­lure

Cruise Weekly - - Front Page -

APT, in part­ner­ship with AmaWater­ways, have pre­viewed fur­ther de­tails of their new con­cept river cruise ship AmaMagna via a new pro­mo­tional video.

The lat­est mar­ket­ing col­lat­eral re­veals de­tails of two new din­ing venues on the ship; Jimmy’s Wine Bar Restau­rant, which is named in hon­our of the cruise line’s late founder Jimmy Mur­phy, and the Al Fresco Restau­rant which will boast a re­tractable ceil­ing and side win­dows to max­imise the com­fort and view for guests.

Fur­ther at­trac­tions on board in­clude The Chef’s Ta­ble restau­rant, a heated Sun Deck swim­ming pool, a Zen Well­ness Stu­dio of­fer­ing mas­sage, hair and nail ser­vices, and a Wa­ter Sports Plat­form fur­nished with a Sun­downer boat for evening river ex­cur­sions at no ex­tra charge.

The ves­sel is twice the width of tra­di­tional river ves­sels and caters for only 196 pas­sen­gers so that liv­ing space on board is a dis­tinct sell­ing point.

Due to its size, AmaMagna will be re­stricted to sail­ing the Danube river as it can­not cruise on fur­ther to the Main or Rhine Rivers, how­ever, APT has stated the ship will have full ac­cess to the Danube re­gion.

The 98-state­room ves­sel will make her de­but on the Danube on 05 May 2019 - view the full list of itin­er­ar­ies avail­able HERE.

To view the pre­view video for AmaMagna, CLICK HERE.

Pic­tured: A ren­der­ing of the AmaMagna and in­set is one of the ship’s state­rooms.

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