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More Good News For Solo Cruisers

More Good News For Solo Cruisers

Cruising solo can be difficult (especially without our advice on the subject) but AmaWaterways are making it easier than ever by ensuring more double-occupancy staterooms will be earmarked for solo occupants with any additional single supplement.

Removing the worrying single supplement has made it easier than ever for solo cruisers to set sail and AmaWaterways is applying this to every one of their river cruises in Europe, Asia and Africa.

Solo travellers looking for a river voyage should reserve their cabins as soon as possible!

Kirstin Karst, executive vice president of AmaWaterways, recognises the plight of the solo cruiser, which is why the line is taking these steps to accommodate them more easily than ever; “We continue to see high demand in this fast-growing market and are delighted to introduce even more options for our solo travellers.”

The solo cabins do not come with a balcony but will still have a large view of the outside world thanks to wide, stylish windows.

With the solo market finally being catered for it’s easier than ever to book a solo cruise, whether it’s river or ocean.

Would you ever go on a cruise solo, or do you prefer the company of a familiar friend? Let us know below!

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