Earlier this year, in April, we brought you news of the brand new Amadeus Silver II which has been added to the Amadeus Cruises river fleet. Since then, the ship has been taking excited guests up and down European rivers such as the Danube and Rhine, but now the operator is set to introduce another sister to its collection.
Amadeus Silver III is scheduled to make her debut in the spring of 2016 and will become the third Longship in the Amadeus fleet. Being a full 25 metres longer than the seven other ships the line owns, these vessels offer more space and comfort to people embarking on European river cruises. Just like Amadeus Silver II before her, Amadeus Silver III will be made in the blueprint of the first ship to bear this name. However, in a reaction to customer feedback, her staterooms will be slightly larger to allow for more living space.
Familiar areas such as the Café Vienna will once again be present. This venue, in the centre of the ship, is a great place to relax and take advantage of the complimentary biscuits and cake that are on offer. Another popular area that will be back once again is the glass-protected terrace, where guests can enjoy meals al fresco whilst taking in the views.
Amadeus Silver III will embark on her debut cruise along the Dutch and Belgian Waterways on March 26th, 2016. This ‘Tulip Cruise’ will take passengers to places such as Volendam, Ghent and Antwerp, whilst also offering the chance to visit the beautiful Keukenhof Gardens just outside of Amsterdam. This is a perfect route on which to make use of the fleet of bicycles that the ship carries to aid activities away from those organised by the cruise line.
If you would like to book a trip on this brand new ship, call us today for more information on her inaugural cruise. Alternatively, you can visit our contact us page and submit your enquiry there.