Why cruise on this ship?
All cabins are outside facing and have a window which can be opened. Standard cabins measure from 9 to 10 square metres, Deluxe cabins measure from 15 to 18 square metres and Single cabins measure 7 square metres. They are equipped with private en-suite facilities, individual climate control, radio and hairdryer. Deluxe cabins also have a flat screen TV. Standard twin cabins are small but comfortable whilst Deluxe cabins are larger in size and offer a higher level of comfort. Standard cabins have fixed twin beds whilst the Deluxe cabins have twin beds that can be configured in the continental style (pushed together) to make a double.
Meals are taken in the vessel’s restaurants on the Upper and Boat Decks. The food reflects the flavours of the region, with specialty dishes being served and the onboard team taking great pride in producing flavourful dishes. Breakfast is a buffet arrangement whilst lunch and dinner are a served affair. Vegetarian dishes are available and other special dietary needs can be met with advance notice. Tea, coffee and tap water are served with all meals. Outside of meal times you may purchase drinks from the bar.
The staff on board provide a friendly and efficient service and work hard to ensure that your cruise is informative, relaxing and enjoyable. There is also a doctor on board (charges apply). Your Noble Caledonia Tour Manager will accompany you throughout the tour and be on hand each day to assist whilst expert English speaking guides will provide you with information and commentary on the included excursions.
The staff onboard offer friendly and efficient service and ensure a warm welcome and enjoyable cruise. During your cruise there will be the opportunity to tour the ship’s Bridge, attend Russian language classes and lectures on Russian history and tradition. There is also nightly entertainment.
Health and fitness
Health/Fitness facilities include the Princess Spa and a fitness centre
Kids and teens
Please note: There are no children's facilities onboard.
Spread over three decks, the ship’s public spaces include two pleasant restaurants which accommodate guests in one sitting. There will be a mix of nationalities on board, mostly from Germany and Norway, and seating in the dining rooms is open at breakfast, with fixed seating at lunch and dinner. The Sky Lounge/Bar offers plenty of space for relaxing and socializing and large windows for you to experience unforgettable views as you enjoy coffee, tea or a light snack. The vessel also has a gift shop and a hairdresser. In favourable weather the Sun Deck offers an ample space to sit and read or watch the world go by as you sail along the river.