The AmaPrima offers a host of comforts and conveniences, including spacious, elegantly appointed staterooms – many with twin balconies so you can enjoy the ever-changing scenery. The stunning main lounge provides an exhilarating backdrop for nightly entertainment. As a member of La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, the exclusive international culinary society, you’ll be treated to exquisite, locally-inspired cuisine always paired with unlimited wine, as well as beer and soft drinks during lunch and dinner. In addition to a variety of dining venues, the Chef’s Table specialty restaurant features an exquisite tasting menu pre-pared right before your eyes. No worries about keeping in shape after indulging all the fabulous food and drink as you have access to a walking track, heated swimming pool, a fitness room & a fleet of onboard bicycles to use on your own or on guided bike tours; Also available is a massage & hair salon; gift shop, specialty coffee station & more!
Reservations and Travel Tips
You may request a reservation form from Altair Travel or register online here. In order to feel safe and secure when you travel, travel insurance is now mandatory for CUC Cruises and is included in the required deposit. Details on complete insurance coverage will be mailed with your documents.
Prices do not include airfare, taxes or insurance and are based on double occupancy. For suites and single cabin availability, please contact Jill Donati. You can also contact Jill Donati of Altair Travel and Cruises for pre- or post-cruise hotel accommodations at 800-880-0055 or you may email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GRATUITY POLICY: A per guest/per day gratuity for dining & stateroom services will be automatically charged to your onboard stateroom account.
As portions of the trip involve visits to foreign ports, please make sure you bring a valid passport. U.S. & Canadian citizens MUST carry a valid passport with a validity date of 6 months beyond travel date.
The weather in Belgium and The Netherlands during the month of April is generally in the 60s - 70s...a perfect time to visit.
Whether it’s traditional Bavarian music, a local quartet or modern piano favorites, there is an eclectic schedule of entertainment on board. .
Savor exquisite cuisine at a variety of dining venues, like the Main Restaurant and The Chef’s Table.
With fewer passengers on board, guests can enjoy the luxury of space — our public areas, like lounges and restaurants, are never overcrowded.
Belgium and The Netherlands
Celebrate spring in the Netherlands and Belgium when the Keukenhof Gardens and Floralia come alive. Experience the whimsical Kinderdijk windmills and the art of Rubens and Michelangelo. Discover the timeless traditions of Delft porcelain and revel in the medieval architectural treasures of Bruges, Middelburg and Ghent. Throughout your journey indulge in Belgian chocolates, warm waffles and delicious cheeses—all while savoring the storybook atmosphere of the region
The Cathedral of Our Lady took 169 years (1352-1521) of labour to raise the 123m heavenward-reaching steeple of the Cathedral, the highest Gothic building in the Low Countries.
The Cathedral is an iconic treasury, with an impressive collection of major art works, including a series of paintings by Rubens. Now, after twenty years, the seven-naved church has been restored to its former architectural glory. Fascinating features include Rubens’ ‘Elevation of the Cross’ and his ‘Descent from the Cross’.
In the beautiful wetlands around Dordrecht, you will find the windmills of Kinderdijk. Nineteen beautiful windmills, built around 1740, stand here as part of a larger water management system to prevent floods. Today, they symbolise Dutch water management, and in 1997 they were declared to be UNESCO World Heritage.
The windmills of Kinderdijk were built to keep the low-lying lands of the Alblasserwaard dry. Facing each other, they form an iconic Dutch scene. You can also admire many waterways, dikes, mills and sluices and discover how the Dutch have been using water to their benefit for over 1000 years.
The Rotterdam Cube House has been an architectural phenomenon for more than 30 years. If you look at it, you wonder if you can live in it. That is very personal. You first have to get the feeling that, for example, you have a comfortable jacket: the feeling of being at home.
In any case, you have to accept the unusual forms and then be creative. You can have it done (expensive), but doing it yourself gives much more satisfaction and connection to the house. Because adaptability and creativity are required and the house has three layers, the cube house is more suitable as a starter house than as a senior house.