New generation’ river cruise ship Amadeus Nova unveiled
Amadeus River Cruises is planning a new generation of river cruise ships.
It introduces Amadeus Nova for Rhine and Danube cruises in spring 2024.
The next-gen river cruise ship will have new environmental protection standards and technology.
Amadeus Nova is equipped with a hybrid diesel-electric drive and a powerful battery to ensure maximum engine power.
Amadeus says it will almost eliminate all emission of pollutants due to in-house developed filters and catalysts.
Additionally, solar panels feed electric energy into the ship’s circuit.
The ship will also have heat recovery systems that makes heat from the electric engine room and public areas reusable.
There is also a semi-autonomous cruising option that increases safety and fuel efficiency.
Wolfgang Lüftner, MD, said: “Amadeus Nova is our response to the question of whether you can combine ship comfort with environmental awareness.”
We want to offer the most progressive and environmentally-friendly technology currently available.”
The four-deck Amadeus Nova houses 12 suites with balconies and 67 exterior cabins.
There are protected lounge areas, an open Café Vienna, spa and fitness areas and a heated pool on the sun deck.
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