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AmaWaterways Now Available via

PHOTO: AmaWaterways’ AmaKristina in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (photo by Jason Leppert)

International Voyager has revealed that AmaWaterways—now one of its preferred vendors—will be available to book on its website.

“We’re very happy to be adding International Voyager and its collection of travel companies to our list of distribution partners.” said Gary Murphy AmaWaterways vice president, sales, in a press release. “Travelers utilizing our new partner’s channels will not only be presented with the convenience to arrange their AmaWaterways river cruise online, they will also get the care, service and guidance of a travel agent professional throughout the planning process.”

AmaWaterways is the second river cruise line to be added to’s list of preferred clients. Its cruises can now be reserved along with access to the website’s other resources as well as Ama-certified cruise concierges.

The brand travels to Europe, Asia and Africa. Currently available on are such voyages as a 7-day cruise aboard AmaSonata from Basel to Amsterdam or a 14-night trip onboard the AmaDara from Ho Chi Minh City.

“We are excited to have AmaWaterways join our portfolio,” said John Maguire, CEO of International Voyager and, in the press release. “It’s an exceptional brand and like our sites, has a tremendous customer satisfaction rating.  We feel they are a great partner. As consumer interest in river cruises continues to grow, so too will our offerings.”

For more information about or to reserve an AmaWaterways cruise, visit For more information about AmaWaterways, visit

This post first appeared on TravelPulse.



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