APT, in partnership with AmaWaterways, have previewed further details of their new concept river cruise ship AmaMagna via a new promotional video.
The latest marketing collateral reveals details of two new dining venues on the ship; Jimmy’s Wine Bar Restaurant, which is named in honour of the cruise line’s late founder Jimmy Murphy, and the Al Fresco Restaurant which will boast a retractable ceiling and side windows to maximise the comfort and view for guests.
Further attractions on board include The Chef’s Table restaurant, a heated Sun Deck swimming pool, a Zen Wellness Studio offering massage, hair and nail services, and a Water Sports Platform furnished with a Sundowner boat for evening river excursions at no extra charge.
The vessel is twice the width of traditional river vessels and caters for only 196 passengers so that living space on board is a distinct selling point.
Due to its size, AmaMagna will be restricted to sailing the Danube river as it cannot cruise on further to the Main or Rhine Rivers, however, APT has stated the ship will have full access to the Danube region.