Mediterranean, Africa, Indian Ocean, Baltic Sea, North Sea, Scandinavia, South America


Passenger Capacity: 513
Built: 1998
Length: 574 ft.
Elevators: 3
Officers: German
Staff and Crew: 260. International
Wheelchair Access

Denver Travel's view point:

Where Peter Deilmann's crew is bilingual, it caters to German guests thus; guests who only speak English will likely be frustrated with some of the cruising experiences. Having said that, this is a five-star cruise line. Call for more information.

  • Itineraries: Worldwide. Seven to 21-night cruises. Cruise areas include southern Africa, Indian Ocean islands, Canary Islands, Mediterranean, Western Europe, Norwegian fjords, North Sea, British Isles, Greenland, Baltic and Black Seas. There are transatlantic sailings between the Canary Islands and South America.
  • Cabins: 286: 224 outside (189 doubles, 17 singles, 18 suites) and 62 inside (12 doubles, 50 singles) cabins. All cabins have bathrooms with showers; suites also have bathtubs. All have individually controlled air-conditioning, telephone, mini-bar, TV, radio. All outside cabins have windows.
  • Dining: Three restaurants, an outdoor dining terrace and several cafes with different ambiences. The Lido Terrace is both a library lounge and the place for late morning breakfast and afternoon coffee, tea and pastries. The Berlin Restaurant serves three meals and has two seating's for dinner; the informal Lido seats 162 for buffet service and offers umbrella-shaded deck dining. The Four Seasons requires reservations. Cuisine is international. Vegetarian and other dietary meals are available.
  • Dress: Casual during the day. In the evening at the Berlin and Four Seasons restaurants, dress code is jacket and tie for men, casual elegance for women. At the Captain's reception and other formal evenings, black tie or dark suit for men, cocktail dress/pants for women. At the Lido Restaurant, dress can be casual in the evening.
  • Facilities and Activities: There is a two-level ballroom, a cinema, conference room, library, hairdresser, children's playroom, an outdoor pool, indoor pool and spa with massage, sauna, thalassotherapy, tanning beds, steam room. There is a putting green, skeet shooting, table tennis, fitness and craft sessions, lectures, and variety shows. There is music nightly for dancing, and a piano player entertains in the pub. There is a physician on board. Onboard languages: German and English. Most passengers are German, Austrian, and Swiss; North Americans and British make up less than 20% of the passenger mix. Announcement will be made in all languages of guests on board. Currency on board is Euro.
  • Fares: For an 8-night Mediterranean cruise: from $3,249 per person for an outside twin or queen-bed stateroom; $4,395 to $7,065 for deluxe rooms and suites. Children under 12: 50% of fare if traveling with one adult or 50% of the additional bed rate if triple or quad. Port charges extra. To entice more Americans on board, free or low cost air fare from 37 U.S. gateways and free transfers between airports and the ship are often offered, 10% reduction on cabins. Those arranging their own air can deduct $500 per person from the cruise fare.

Contact: or 303 504 0400 International Callers (001)

USA 888 321 0103

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