MS Amadeus Classic

MS Amadeus Classic cruise ship

Cruise line
Luftner Cruises

Current cruise:
01 Jan, 1970 - 01 Jan, 1970

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MS Amadeus Classic Review and Specifications

Specifications of MS Amadeus Classic

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Review of MS Amadeus Classic

MS Amadeus Classic joined the innovative fleet of Amadeus in 2001. The 1,566-ton, 146-passenger Classic measures 361 feet (110 m) in length and 37.4 feet (11 m) in width. The ship fits in perfectly with the majestic and traditional elegance of Amadeus fleet.  

MS Amadeus Classic has four decks: Sun Deck and 3 passenger decks named after famous Austrian composers - Haydn, Mozart and Strauss. The river cruise ship has 69 standard cabins (161 square feet/15 m2), most of which feature French balconies and panoramic windows. The 4 suites, all found on the 3rd (Mozart) Deck, are 236 square feet (22 m2) and have French balconies. All accommodations provide twin beds that can form queen beds. They also feature showers, seating areas, cabinets, TVs and phones. Ship's suites have minibars and flat-screen TVs. 

Meals are served in ship's Panorama Restaurant on Mozart Deck, where passengers can try light bites in the early morning or buffet breakfast a little later. Lunch is offered either standard sit-down or buffet style, while dinners are 5-course gourmet affairs with complimentary regional wines. Produce is regional and fresh. Passengers can also indulge in the afternoon tea and cake service, or pamper with a midnight snack. 

Guests spend their leisure time on Classic's Sun Deck, where they can admire the sights from deck chairs. MS Amadeus Classic also features a Fun Pool and walking track. Other amenities onboard include massage, a hairdresser, a fitness room, Internet station, Vital and Amadeus Clubs. On shore excursions, guests can use complimentary bikes and wireless audio systems.

MS Amadeus Classic

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