Keep all your cruise memories in one spot with this handy app
What a great idea for folks who enjoy sharing their experiences with others. AmaWaterways has come out with “myAmaCruise” mobile app that makes it possible to share and store photos and send email cards. The app, which is available at Google Play or the App Store, comes in handy for getting information about your trip.
There’s even an interactive map that follows the vessel to each port. What’s more users can stay on top of what’s happening aboard with information on activities, shore excursions, and ports of call. It’s a handy way to create a personal photo album and to easily email hand crafted postcards.
Cellular data plans boosted
There’s more good news for users, AmaWaterways is boosting cellular data plans on European ships. It is also offering more Entertainment-On-Demand system options. And for suite passengers on the AmaMagna Wi-Fi is free.
The ‘myAmaCruise’ app, gives guests all the information they need at their finger tips. To book an AmaWaterways river cruise, contact a Pavlus travel specialist.
New to AmaWaterways?
AmaWaterways offers river cruises on 23 ships om Europe, Southeast Asia and Africa. The company is known for its innovative stateroom design that includes e “twin balconies and its extensive collection of shore excursions. Active passengers can bike and hike.
To fuel you for energetic pursuits there is The Chef’s Table specialty restaurant. And to quench your thirst, complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks are poured at lunch and dinner. Other creature comforts include hair and massage salons and a fitness room. Some ships have heated outdoor swimming pools with swim-up bars. The company also offers a variety of themed sailings and brand relationships, with sailings geared towards active travelers and families as well as group and charter options.
AmaWaterways has received countless honors and accolades including Cruise Critic’s Editor’s Pick Award for “Best for Active Cruisers” and 2018 AFAR Reader’s Choice Award for “Best River Cruise Line.”