AmaWaterways has extended the delay of its 2020 season to July 31st.
“While current events have made this temporary suspension necessary, the rivers continue to flow, and we remain in a secure position to resume cruising, once we are confident that it is safe to travel again,” AmaWaterways President and Co-founder Rudi Schreiner, said in a statement. “Our ships and our teams are on standby anxiously waiting the day when we’re able to once again welcome guests onboard.”
The company had previously planned to start on June 30th
Schreiner says the company is remaining "attentive to the latest developments in order to adapt our operations to best safeguard the health and well-being of our guests and crew."
"We are in the process of contacting all travel advisors who have clients affected by this new suspension date in order to provide them with options best suited to their clients’ needs," he stated.
Advisors are being encouraged to visit AmaWaterways.com/travel-updates for current terms and conditions associated with the suspension of cruises. FAQs are also posted on the Travel Advisor Portal at Amawaterways.com/agent-login.
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