MS Rossini

MS Rossini Review and Specifications

Specifications of MS Rossini

Flag Germany
Builder FLENSBURG SHIPBUILDING (Germany)
Year built 1983
Owner Favorit Reisen GmbH
Speed 10 kn / 19 kph / 12 mph
Length (LOA) 111 m / 364 ft
Beam (width) 16 m / 52 ft
Passengers 95 - 220
Crew 55
Decks 4
Cabins 95
Decks with cabins 3
Former names Donauprinzessin, Danube Princess

Review of MS Rossini

MS Rossini is a family-owned river cruise ship sailing along the Danube River. Terra Lu Travel, which currently operates the boat, is in long cooperation with the family owning ms Rossini. The ship offers 7-day itineraries with departures from Passau (Germany) and Bratislava (Slovakia).

The riverboat's passengers may exceed their German motor coach trip for a few days, and enjoy the relaxing Danube river cruise. Whether it is part of a trip to Bavaria and the Alps in the south, or Luther Sites in the north, a sailing along the Danube adds an extra to the experience.

MS Rossini offers renovated cabins featuring panoramic windows. The newly-added lift makes it easier to get around the ship. All staterooms are air-conditioned and have a private bathroom, satellite TV, and safe. The ship features 2 lounges, each served by its own bar. The smaller one seats 50, the larger can accommodate up to 180 passengers.

The ship is very cozy. Most crew members have a long term relationship with their vessel. On every cruise, there is a resident doctor on board. The cake served in the afternoon for "Kaffeetrinken" is fresh-made by the ship's pastry chef.

Excursions are offered by bus and by bicycles that are on hand for optional use and provide more possibilities for touring ashore. A small swimming pool, bar, restaurant, and sun chairs on the deck assure a relaxing time. 5 meals are served per day, which include the afternoon Kaffeetrinken and a midnight snack.MS Rossini

Note: You can see the CruiseMapper's list of all river cruise ships and riverboats in the "itinerary" section of our River Cruises hub. All companies and their fleets are listed there.

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