This October, travel in luxury and style with AmaWaterways River Cruises to support the fight against breast cancer. In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October), AmaWaterways is offering two In Celebration of Life cruises, the first in October 2014 and the second in October 2015. For each stateroom booked aboard a Celebration of Life cruise, AmaCares, the philanthropic branch of AmaWaterways, will donate $500 to the American Cancer Society for breast cancer treatment, prevention and research.
The first In Celebration of Life cruise is The Enchanting Rhine, a thirteen-day cruise along the Rhine River. Guests will depart from Zurich, Switzerland on October 26, 2014 aboard the AmaCello, stopping at cities in Switzerland, Germany, France and the Netherlands. Each stop offers optional guided excursions and suggested attractions, such as a trip to the Rhine Falls in Zurich, Switzerland; a coffee tasting in Rüdesheim, Germany; and a canal cruise and city tour of Amsterdam.
In October 2015, travelers will experience Eastern Europe on the second In Celebration of Life cruise, Melodies of the Danube. Departing on October 28, 2015 from Budapest, Hungary, guests aboard the AmaSonata will travel along the Danube River to cities in Slovakia, Austria and Germany. Featured activities include a Wine & Music Evening in Vienna, Austria; a tour of the Benedictine Abbey in Melk, Germany; and celebration of Oktoberfest in Vilshofen, Germany.
AmaCares is the philanthropic arm of AmaWaterways. Its In Celebration of Life cruises are a new way for guests to give back and support the fight against breast cancer. AmaWaterways provides guests with an all-inclusive cruise experience on custom-designed ships. AmaWaterways travels along a specific river, sailing from city to city. Once in port, travelers may disembark for an included excursion or explore on their own with complimentary bicycles.
Book a stateroom aboard one of the In Celebration of Life cruises and enjoy a unique cruise experience while supporting breast cancer research, treatment and prevention.