AmaWaterways has released new renderings of its forthcoming
megaship, the AmaMagna, including public spaces, accommodations and water
Launching in May 2019, the 194-passenger AmaMagna will be 72
feet wide, almost twice the width of AmaWaterways' existing river cruise ships.
More than half of the 98 staterooms will be designated as suites measuring
between 355 and 710 square feet. The suites will feature full step-out
balconies, open seating areas and bathrooms with double vanities. There will
also be six grand suites at 474 square feet, and a 710-square-foot owner's
More than half of the 98 staterooms will be designated as suites measuring between 355 and 710 square feet.
There will be four dining venues onboard -- the main
restaurant, the Chef's Table restaurant, an al fresco restaurant and Jimmy's
Wine Bar, named in honor of the late Jimmy Murphy, one of AmaWaterways' co-founders.
The ship will also feature an expansive Zen Wellness Studio,
complete with a large exercise area offering group classes focused on
stretching, cardio and core strengthening; a juice bar; two massage rooms;
manicure, pedicure and hair services; a sun deck with a large heated pool, whirlpool
and pop-up sky bar; and a water sports platform at the rear of the ship, from
which complimentary tours will be offered on a touring boat.
The AmaMagna's main restaurant will be one of four dining venues.
The AmaMagna will also offer a new concierge golf program,
providing the opportunity to play four golf courses in Hungary, Slovakia,
Austria and Germany.
The AmaMagna will sail the Danube River.