MV Arethusa Review and Specifications
Specifications of MV Arethusa
|Builder||SPLIT SHIPYARD SPLIT CROATIA|
|Owner||Grand Circle Cruise Line GmbH|
|Speed||13 kn / 24 kph / 15 mph|
|Length (LOA)||59 m / 194 ft|
|Beam (width)||11 m / 36 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||1206 gt|
|Passengers||50 - 52|
|Decks with cabins||3|
Review of MV Arethusa
MV Arethusa is currently operated by Grand Circle Cruise Line and carries approximately 50 passengers. The ship is equipped with the latest navigation and communications systems and meets all safety standards.
History - construction & ownership
The 1,206-ton, 50-passenger cruise ship mv Arethusa is a 4-star-plus vessel designed exclusively for 2 small groups of only 25 passengers, each with a designated Program Director. With a crew-to-passenger ratio of one-to-two guests can rely on personal and attentive service from an English-speaking staff throughout the cruise.
Cruise itinerary program
MV Arethusa schedule calendar includes Mediterranean voyages to ports on the French and Italian Riviera, as well as to smaller islands with departures from Cannes, France.
All of Arethusa’s 26 cabins feature identical private bathrooms and moveable twin beds (easily configured into double). Other amenities include individually controlled air-conditioning, flat screen TV with CNN, safe, telephone, hair dryer, mini-refrigerator and dual electrical outlets.
Dining options - Food & Drinks
Complimentary beverages including bottled water, tea and coffee, soft drinks, premium spirits and select fine wines are served throughout Arethusa. The ship has one, window-lined restaurant, accommodating passengers at a single, unassigned seating. Vegetarian and well-being selections, special dietetic menus are provided upon request.
Entertainment options - Fun & Sport
The richy appointed public facilities on Arethusa include a cozy bar and lounge to relax with friends. The Sun Deck is wherе guests are able to sit outside and enjoy the great views as the ship glides past legendary landmarks and inspiring scenery. All onboard announcements made in English. Gratuities are included in cruise fare.