MS Johannes Brahms last position
MS Johannes Brahms last location was at Europe Inland (coordinates 49.92191 N / 8.35245 E) cruising en route to HEIDELBERG. The AIS position was reported 6 hours ago.Current Position
Specifications of MS Johannes Brahms
|Year of build||1998 / Age: 25|
|Builder||Scheepswerf Peters BV (Kampen, Holland)|
|Speed||10 kn / 19 km/h / 12 mph|
|Length (LOA)||82 m / 269 ft|
|Beam (width)||9 m / 30 ft|
|Decks with cabins||2|
|Owner||Hansa Kreuzfahrten GmbH|
|Operator||Dutch Cruise Line (Netherlands)|
MS Johannes Brahms Review
Review of MS Johannes Brahms
Following an extensive refurbishment in 2022-2023 (winter), the ship's flag state was changed from Germany (MMSI 211597760, registry in Cologne) to the Netherlands (MMSI 244183027).
Decks and Cabins
MS Johannes Brahms has a total of 42 staterooms, all of which have river views, being fitted with a large window (above the waterline).
The staterooms are compact but comfortable and provide a bathroom (toilet/shower/washbasin), electronic safe box (in the closet), hairdryer, mini-fridge, TV, phone, and individually controlled air conditioning. Each passenger cabin also has a small writing desk/mirrored vanity and two chairs.
All cabins are with fixed/no foldable beds and are spread over 2 decks.
The boat has 3 decks, of which 2 are with cabins.
Shipboard facilities and amenities
Johannes Brahms has timeless decor, with earthy tones in the Restaurant and the Bar Lounge.
Meals are served in the complimentary Dining Room, offering international cuisine and a choice of options: buffet-style breakfast, a 3-course buffet-style lunch, and a 4-course dinner.
On Deck 1 are The Restaurant, crew cabins, machinery rooms, and passenger cabins from 101 to 120 (all of which are staterooms with non-opening windows in categories C and D).
On Deck 2 are passenger cabins from 201 to 220 (all of which are staterooms with large windows in categories A and B), the Lobby Hall (Reception, Shop), the Panoramic Lounge & Bar (forward) and a crew-only area (aft).
On Deck 3 (Sun Deck) is the sunbathing and outdoor lounge area with shaded seating (covered with awnings) and the Navigation Bridge/Wheelhouse.
This ship has no One elevator/passenger lift and is designed for navigation on more shallow waterways.
Travelers tend to be 45+ Europeans, mainly Germans.
At full capacity vessel's crew-to-passenger ratio is 1 to 4.
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