Medical Workers and First Responders Can Get a Free River Cruise to Use Through 2021 (Video)

AmaWaterways is giving away certificates that can be used for any river cruise in Europe or Asia.

As a gesture of appreciation for their dedication and sacrifices during the coronavirus pandemic, AmaWaterways is offering complimentary future cruise certificates to frontline medical professionals and first responders. The certificates can be used for any AmaWaterways river cruise in Europe or Asia through Dec. 31, 2021 and can be redeemed within 90 days prior to sailing date. The certificate must be used with one paying guest in the same stateroom.

AmaWaterway Vida cruise in Europe
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“There are none more deserving of a river cruise vacation than today’s frontline heroes — the doctors, nurses, paramedics, and other frontline medical professionals who are diligently helping others and inspiring hope during these challenging times,” said Kristin Karst, executive vice president and co-founder of AmaWaterways, in a statement. “To express our deepest gratitude, we hope to welcome these very special individuals and their loved ones on an unforgettable river cruise as soon as we resume sailing.”

The Frontline Heroes offer is available for active medical professionals (doctors, nurses, pharmacists, hospital staff, lab technicians) and active first responders (emergency medical services/paramedics) with valid ID.

The company is also extending a "book now" option to those who wish to reserve their 2021 cruise, with savings of up to $2,000 per stateroom, plus complimentary pre-paid gratuities.

This offer can be applied to any European or Asian destination for travel in 2021.

Family owned and operated, AmaWaterways offers luxurious river cruises in Europe, Africa, and Asia as well as specialty Christmas market and wine tasting cruises. A Nile River cruise is set to begin in 2021. AmaWaterways recently announced an extended delay to the start of its 2020 season. At this time, river cruise operations have been suspended through July 31, 2020.

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