MS AmaCerto Set to Debut in April 2012

 

AmaCerto stateroom // (c) 2011 AmaWaterways

River cruise line AmaWaterways has announced new details about the MS AmaCerto, its newest ship which is set to debut in April 2012. The 164-passenger MS AmaCerto will advance the innovative design concepts of the MS AmaBella and MS AmaVerde.

The MS AmaCerto will feature a glass elevator, an outdoor café, a heated swimming pool featuring a “swim-up” bar, two “Tapas and Wine” venues and a Chef’s Table Restaurant featuring a different tasting menu prepared each evening by its own chef.

A majority of the accommodations on MS AmaCerto will also be furnished with the AmaWaterways' “Twin Balconies” design concept, consisting of a French balcony and a full step-out balcony. Staterooms offer features such as a window between the bathroom and the stateroom, tufted headboards and Berber-style carpets. An Infotainment System, a flat-panel TV and keyboard with access to complimentary Internet, movies, English-language satellite TV and music, is also available in each room.

Additionally, the MS AmaCerto will be equipped with the Main Dining Room; a “fireside” library; Observation Lounge; 24-hour coffee and tea station; fitness center; Massage; Hair and Beauty salon; complimentary Wi-Fi; and bicycles for individual use or guided tours.

The MS AmaCerto will mark its debut cruise with a “Tulip Time” sailing departing on April 12, 2012. The vessel will then cruise AmaWaterways’ itineraries, including “Romantic Danube,” “Legendary Danube,” “Blue Danube Discovery,” “Magnificent Europe,” and “Christmas Time Cruise” for the remainder of the 2012 season.

Visit www.amawaterways.com.

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