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AmaLyra Overview

Introduced in 2009, the AmaLyra quickly earned a "Best New River Cruise Ship" distinction. Striking contemporary artwork is a hallmark of this luxurious vessel. Marvel at ever-changing scenery from a reclining wooden lounge chair on the Sun Deck, not far from an inviting outdoor whirlpool. Relax in spacious accommodations that range in size from 170-255 sq. ft., most featuring French balconies. Additional stateroom amenities include entertainment on demand featuring free high-speed Internet access, hit Hollywood movies, extensive music library and English language TV stations.
  1. TECHNICAL DATA
  2. Built2009
  3. Built inNetherlands
  4. Length360 feet
  5. Width38 feet
  6. Crew45
  7. Staterooms73
  8. Suites3
  9. RegistrySwitzerland
  10. Home portBasel

Life On Board At A Glance

AmaLyra

DECK PLAN

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Stateroom Categories
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    SUITE
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    A
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    B
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    C
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    D
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    E
  • Single

Luxurious STATEROOMS

SuiteViolin DeckFrench Balcony, 255 sq. ft.
Category A+Violin DeckFrench Balcony, 225 sq. ft.
Category AViolin DeckFrench Balcony, 170 sq. ft.
Category BViolin & Cello DeckFrench Balcony, 170 sq. ft.
Category CViolin & Cello DeckFrench Balcony, 170 sq. ft.
Category DPiano DeckFixed Windows, 170 sq. ft.
Category EPiano DeckFixed Windows, 170 sq. ft.
SingleCello DeckFrench Balcony, 140 sq. ft.
  • In-room temperature control
  • Deluxe hotel-style bedding with Egyptian linen, down pillows and duvet
  • Spacious bathrooms with multi-jet showerheads
  • Large wardrobe, full-length mirror, hair dryer, safe and direct-dial telephone
  • Flat-screen TV that also works as a computer
  • Entertainment on Demand system providing complimentary TV, movies and music library
  • Complimentary internet and Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary bottled water replenished daily
  • Desk and chair

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