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M/S “Der Kleine Prinz”

Our fabulous “Little Prince” is one of the best first class vessels around! Featuring cabins and public areas that are up to 40% larger than those of any other comparable vessel, the “Little Prince” offers 45 all outside facing cabins that are 16 sq m in size (172 sq feet!) with picture windows that open, full size twin beds, private bathrooms with showers, hair dryers, flat screen TVs and telephones! The public areas consist of an elegant restaurant that seats 100, a spacious Panorama lounge and bar with big picture windows, a reception area, small gift display, and a full sized, wheel chair accessible elevator from the Main to the Upper deck! A wonderful crew of 22 plus our Cruise Managers and live band complement the ship’s excellent hardware, making this a superb choice for exploring the fascinating “old world” regions of the Southern Danube! Non-smoking except outside decks. Wi-Fi available in public areas.

      • Built in 1992;
      • Length: 93,34 m;
      • Width: 11,18m;
      • Average draft: 1,30m;
      • Crew members: 25;
      • Flag: German;
      • Decks: 3;
      • Voltage: 220V;
      • Passenger Capacity: 90;
      • Passenger Cabins: 45.

    The ship has very large measures. It is longer and  wider, than the other ships of the same type. High ceiling and corridors with probably the largest cabins on the market (16 m2 each!), the  public areas –  a spacious bar and restaurant, a large reception, boutique, elevators, nice sunny deck –  all these features make M/S Der Kleine Prinz a wonderful 4 star ship.

      • Reception
      • Lobby
      • Lounge
      • Bar & Café
      • Restaurant
      • Souvenir Shop
      • Sun Deck
      • Library
      • Elevator
      • Wi-Fi
      • TV with Satellite programs
      • Heating and air-conditioning
      • Laundry Service
      • Transfers and Other Ground Arrangements
  • The “standard’ tip is about $10 per person per day ($50 for a 5 day cruise) - dropped off in the TIP BOX usually located near the reception areas OR collected by the group leader and given to the Purser or Cruise Director. These tips are shared amongst all the cruise staff. Most ships employ an additional person called the “River Guide”. These guides are not members of the ship’s crew but are hired separately for their knowledge of English and their knowledge of local port stops, traditions and customs. They are the ones that will hold lectures on board about the passing countryside and will oversee all of the shore excursions. They should be tipped separately and the “customary” tip is $2 or $3 per day or $10 or $15 per person for the cruise. Tips are NOT obligatory and are subject to your satisfaction – but your generosity will sincerely be appreciated.

  • Cannot accommodate women past their six months of pregnancy. It is not recommended that the tours and cruise programs for children under the age of 12.

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Dinning

There is one restaurant on-board. For buffet breakfasts and lunches, open style seating is available. For sit down dinners, you may be assigned a table, which will be yours for the duration of the cruise. For those passengers wishing to share their table with friends and companions, it is important to make these arrangements during your first meal. Also, if you have special dietary requirements, you must advise our Guides of any such requirements at this time – requests will be honored as much as possible. Although our staff will attempt to honor all passenger requests for specific seating, we must reserve the right to assign and change meal seating based on the availability, passenger profile and capacity of the restaurant on your specific sailing date.

Our passengers will found the size and the quality of the meals hearty, filling and outright delightful! Your breakfast is a buffet featuring an arrangement of cereals, bread, cold cuts, eggs and homemade jams. At lunch, we serve either a buffet or a three course menu with a salad buffet and a four course menu is served at dinner with a choice of main meal. Water, tea, and coffee are included with all meals. Additional soft drinks, beverages and wine can be purchased from the waiters inexpensively. Unique Feature! Following our policy to immerse our clients into the culture and countries they are visiting, meals will often feature the national specialty of the country you are sailing though! Bon Apetit!

We recommend against drinking the tap water on the ship or anywhere on your route. Bottled water, available from the bar is inexpensive and a better option.


Meet the Crew

captain

Constantin, CAPTAIN

hrvacanin

Zoran, CRUISE MANAGER

cruise-manager-assistant

Gordana, MANAGER ASSISTANT

Teodora, RECEPCIONIST

kitchen-chief

Daniel, KITCHEN CHIEF

bartender

Kristina, BARTENDER

The ship has very large measures. It is longer and  wider, than the other ships of the same type. High ceiling and corridors with probably the largest cabins on the market (16 m2 each!), the  public areas –  a spacious bar and restaurant, a large reception, boutique, elevators, nice sunny deck –  all these features make M/S Der Kleine Prinz a wonderful 4 star ship.

Ship statistic:
Ship is fully air-conditioned;
All cabins are out-side with huge panorama window, shower/toilet, TV, telephone, safe-box and hair dryer;
Facilities on board – Reception, Restaurant with 100 seats, Lounge and Bar, Elevator, Souvenir Shop and Sun Deck partly covered.

Gallery