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ABOVE: AmaReina is one of the newest ships in the AmaWaterways fleet. It's a sister ship to AmaCerto and carries 164 passengers in 79 staterooms and three suites.

photoAmaWaterways serves the English-speaking market with river cruises in Europe, Russia, Africa, and Asia. The line's newer ships feature flat-panel TVs, free Internet access, heated swimming pools, and other state-of-the-art amenities.

photoEuropean itineraries range from spring "Tulip Time" cruises in Holland and Belgium to itineraries in Central and Eastern Europe. (Some itineraries include a city stay before or after the cruise.)  Shore excursions are included in the fares, and wine is served with dinners at no extra cost.

photoAmaWaterways has 15 ships in its European fleet or on the drawing board. The newest vessels, such as the 164-passenger AmaCerto (2012) and AmaPrima (2013), offer premium cabins and suites with "twin balconies" (which consist of an outside balcony with a French balcony alongside).

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