AmaWaterways is launching what it calls the longest-ever river cruise.
The company on Monday unveiled the 46-night sailing for 2023 that will take up to 144 guests through 14 countries on four ships and seven rivers.
The itinerary was developed by company co-founder and president Rudi Schreiner.
"At AmaWaterways, we continually anticipate the needs of our guests and always strive to provide innovative experiences that push industry standards," Schreiner said in a press release. "With the pent-up demand for travel we are seeing and the increase in requests for our longer cruises, we feel this is the perfect time to introduce our incredible, all-new Seven River Journey."
The trip starts June 1 on the Seine aboard the AmaLyra. Guests transfer to the AmaKristina June 8 for a sailing on the Rhone and Saone rivers. The trip then moves to the Rhine, Moselle and Main rivers on the AmaPrima June 13 to July 4. It finishes on the Danube aboard the AmaVerde July 4 to 17, with the final stop in Giurgiu, Romania.
During the trip, guests will have over 130 complimentary excursions to choose from, including some all-new tours and exclusive experiences, the company said.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this report provided an incorrect number of ships involved in this itinerary. It is four ships, not three.