AMA Waterways Joins CLIA

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The river cruise line, AMA Waterways, which changed its name earlier this week from Amadeus Waterways, has become the Cruise Lines International Association's (CLIA) 24th member line, and only the third river cruise line. AMA Waterways, based in Chatsworth, CA, offers river cruises throughout Europe on an ever-expanding fleet of ships. Four new ships have been launched since 2006, with two more expected to begin operations in 2009—the MS Amalyra and MS Amadolce.

"Their membership is another strong indication that CLIA not only continues to represent the entire spectrum of cruise lines in the industry, but that consumers have an extraordinary variety of cruise experiences from which to choose from," said Terry Dale, CLIA's president and CEO.

Visit www.amawaterways.com.

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