Tourism News# AmaWaterways Resumes Cruising on European Rivers!

using new health and safety protocols AmaWaterways has resumed operations in Europe with a series of charter sailings onboard AmaKristina in Germany with local guests.
AmaWaterways’ new procedures reflect the recommendations contained within the EU Healthy Gateways guidelines, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), IG RiverCruise and other official authorities.
Pre-boarding well being questionnaires are required, and visitors and crew are topic to day by day temperature checks. The crew has acquired up to date coaching, and every ship can have a delegated Public Well being Officer overseeing the appliance of the protocols.
AmaWaterways’ ships, which usually accommodate 150 visitors, are limiting capability to 100 visitors.
Furthermore, AmaWaterways’ ships have been designed with fan coil individual air cooling and heating units, which eliminate any recirculation of air in staterooms or in public areas; and nearly all staterooms include balconies.
Crews are required to wear face coverings at all times while guests must wear them only while moving around the ship. With capacity currently capped, the spacious Main restaurant and the included specialty restaurant, The Chef’s Table, easily accommodate the safe distances now required. New room service options have also been added