Year of Construction: 2016
Maximum Capacity: 80
Elbe Princesse, launched in 2016, is able to navigate the Elbe River year-round—even when waters are low and not navigable by other vessels— thanks to the incorporation of advanced paddlewheel technology into its design. This new-generation French-flagged river vessel is also designed to berth close to some of the historic European city centers visited during this cruise
Elbe Princesse features a lounge/bar with large picture windows and a dance floor, a spacious sun deck with chaise lounges, and free Wi-Fi.
The intimate Elbe Princesse has 40 guest cabins, many of them with a picture window and a private balcony. All cabins are air-conditioned and equipped with en suite facilities, a hair dryer, a safe, and a flat-screen TV. The restaurant accommodates all passengers at one seating and offers delicious cuisine and attentive service.
Category 1: Main deck forward, two beds, 156 sq. ft. (cabins 113-115)
Category 2: Main deck midship, two beds, 156 sq. ft. (cabins 101-103, 105-112)
Category 3: Main deck, one bed, 117 sq. ft. (cabins 116 & 104)
Category 4: Upper deck forward, two beds, 156 sq. ft. (cabins 221-223)
Category 5: Upper deck midship, two beds, 156 sq. ft. (cabins 201, 203, 205-215, 217-220)
Category 6: Upper deck, one beds 129 sq. ft. (cabins 202, 204, 216 & 224)