Meeting the demands of the highest expectations, the M/V Adriatic Sun will deliver on all levels. This luxury small cruiser will touch the water for the first time in August, and then be fitted and finished for the 2018 sailing season. Only the second ship within the fleet; the M/V Adriatic Sun will have 10 upper deck cabins all of which have private balconies; giving you the ultimate cruising experience.
47.2m long and 8.6m wide, the Adriatic Sun is perfectly intimate with just 19 cabins. The atmosphere on this cruise along with dress code is informal and very relaxed, making sure that your days on-board are simply idyllic, and certainly welcoming after your evenings spent exploring the local islands and marinas.
Located over three decks, all 19 en-suite cabins have been lavishly designed to give space and ultimate comfort without compromise. 10 upper deck cabins are accessed internally, and offer a full length glass door, opening to a small private balcony that is furnished with two rattan chairs. One main deck cabin has a door opening directly onto the deck with two large oval windows plus one bathroom window. 8 lower deck cabins are accessed internally and are slightly larger in size; they have two oval portholes, plus one bathroom window.
Each cabin regardless of deck, is facilitated with air-con, ventilation, Wi-Fi, wardrobe, desk and chair, small sofa, smoke detectors, emergency lighting, TV, hairdryer, plus under bed space for luggage.
Offering modern facilities expected of a brand new vessel, the M/V Adriatic Sun has an abundance of space and lavish living areas….the main deck dining room is fully air-conditioned with an indoor bar and lounge area with LCD Television, plus a cook to order station. There are plenty of lounging areas including comfy seating on the rear of the main deck, and a huge top deck which is partially shaded offering deck-beds for all passengers and hot-tub.
To make the most of every swimming opportunity there is a platform with steps and a ladder for easy access to the water, and also two outdoor showers, and two deck lavatories.
Food and drink:
Your ‘mixed half board’ basis includes welcome cocktail, dinner on arrival, breakfast daily, 6 lunches with a complementary drink (wine or beer), captain’s dinner, in-cabin bottle of water daily. This type of mixed arrangement offers the best of both worlds; to enjoy the fayre on-board, and also time to sample local restaurants and eateries, making the most of the slow-paced days and evenings of the Adriatic coastline and islands. Drinks not included within the package can be purchased from the bar located in the salon.
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