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AmaVenita (APT) Review

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AmaVenita (APT)
-- / 5.0
11 reviews

Pros
Outdoor splash pool with swim-up bar
Cons
Connecting cabins are available but limited
Bottom Line
Convivial facilities encourage mixing and mingling

About

Passengers
164

Crew
49

Passenger to Crew
3.35:1

Launched
2015

Shore Excursions
0
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Sails From
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AmaVenita (APT) Overview

AmaVenita, along with twin sister AmaSerena, debuted in 2015 for sailings on the Rhine, Main and Danube. The 164-passenger ship will operate all APT's Royal Collection itineraries, which are designed specifically for guests from Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Royal Collection itineraries offer a range of enhancements not available to passengers of APT's US partner, AmaWaterways.

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Cruises are escorted by an APT tour/cruise director, and fares include shore excursions, alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks (excluding premium brands), Wi-Fi, tips and transfers. AmaVenita excursions include Royal Invitations, which comprise visits to Namedy Castle in Germany and private concerts in a Viennese palace.

AmaVenita will have a number of connecting cabins for families and groups travelling together. Guests who stay in the top suite categories receive extra benefits, such as room service dining, private butler service that includes ironing and shoe shining, and independent excursion booking.

Uncommon for a river vessel, AmaVenita has an outdoor splash pool with swim-up bar. Bicycles are also provided, free of charge, for passengers who wish to explore the bike paths along Europe’s rivers.

For more details about the ship, see the AmaWaterways AmaVenita review.


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AmaVenita (APT)
Footloosefoodies6253
Sail Date: Apr 2019
We chose APT as it was all inclusive. Emma our director was professional and organised. She was attentive when you needed her.... Read More
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Stockyard
Sail Date: Nov 2018
Thank you so much APT every minute of every day made so special, meeting with such great people on board sharing the cruise and becoming one big family in no time.... Read More
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Erica C
Sail Date: Jun 2017
Save the added expence and put it towards your next APT river Cruise, thats what we are doing.... Read More
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Dad55
Sail Date: Apr 2017
We were meant to be greeted by an APT representative and taken to the ship. No one was there. They thought we were a 'no-show'.... Read More

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