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M/S Der kleine Prinz

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

M/S Switzerland II

M/S “Switzerland II” The MS Switzerland II is a unique two-deck river cruise vessel, lush in style and boutique in character with a maximum capacity of just 108 passengers. Offering intimate spaces combined with excellent service delivered by

M/S Bellejour

M/S “BELLEJOUR” With its Danish design, this four-star plus vessel offers timeless elegance and luxury. Comprehensive facilities ensure that all guests can enjoy every aspect of their vacation. The 127 m long vessel has an impressive and almost

M/S Alemannia

M/S Alemannia Comfortable and charming 4-deck vessel, with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere on board. Facilities on board Panorama Restaurant, Panorama Lounge with Piano Bar, Foyer with Reception Desk, Souvenir shop, Sun Deck with awning,

M/S “Zosima Shashkov”

M/S “Zosima Shashkov” This four-deck vessel, which bears the name of a minister of the Sea and River Fleet of the USSR, was built in 1986 and can hold up to 296 passengers. M/S Zosima Shashkov is a classical, medium-class ship, one of the many

M/S “River Victoria”

M/S “River Victoria” Built in Germany in 1982 and totally renovated in 2011 this luxury 5-deck vessel is equipped with sophisticated navigation devices and modern facilities. The total passenger capacity is 206 persons. There are 93 twin cabins,

M/S Vassiliy Surikov

MS “Vassiliy Surikov” One of the several ships built in Austria for Russian Waterways, of smaller size and improved cabin comfort, offering cosier and more intimate atmosphere on board. The ship is equipped with modern navigation facilities and

M/S Imperia

MS “IMPERIA” Baikal Cruise Ship

M/S Mikhail Svetlov

MS “Mikhail Svetlov” “Mikhail Svetlov” – a three deck river passenger ship of the project Q-065. Named after Russian poet and public figure Mikhail Svetlov. The ship was built in Austria in 1985. The ship is equipped with three main engines