Why cruise on this ship?
Formally known as the Victoria Queen, the newly rebuilt Victoria Lianna offers graceful public areas, with high ceilings carved with delicate craft and detail. Personal onboard service and programs which focus on the Yangtze’s unique destination – its scenery, natural history and culture – greatly enhance the cruising experience.
DiningThe elegant ambiance and signature Victoria hospitality aboard the Victoria Lianna is Yangtze River cruising at its finest.
Onboard is a three-story atrium lobby, two lounges, three bars, a gym, lecture room, library, beauty salon, massage room, and gift shop.
Among the daytime activities are early morning tai chi, informative lectures about China and the Yangtze River, painting demonstrations, acupuncture demonstrations, lessons in Chinese language, calligraphy, mah jong and silk kite making. In the evening, guests can enjoy cultural presentations, traditional fashion shows and crew performances. Feature films and news broadcasts are available on your cabin television.
Health and fitness
There is a small gym on board.
Kids and teens
Please note: There are no dedicated children's facilities.
Traveling in sophisticated style, passengers will have on-board internet access, international cable television in living quarters, and international phone service available aboard the ship. Well-appointed, cozy standard cabins and beautifully furnished suites boast authentic Shanghainese cotton bed spreads and pillow cases, and private balconies for viewing the scenery of the gorges.
210 sq. ft.