The most luxurious ship ever built for Russian rivers, MS Amakatarina is the perfect showcase for the legendary and historic waterways of Russia. Cruise between Moscow and St. Petersburg in the most modern, comfortable and elegant vessel ever to sail the Volga-Baltic waterways and beyond. Completely renovated and reconstructed from bare steel in 2010, the ship is unequaled in terms of spaciousness, accommodation levels and enticing public areas.
As one example of how Amakatarina excels in the market, consider passenger staterooms. An incredible 24,025 square foot of space is dedicated to passenger staterooms. The ship will carry 212 guests in 106 staterooms, seventy-six of which feature balconies. Amakatarina’s staterooms are 43% larger than those of the competition.
Accommodations on the Amakatarina
Choose from an incredible array of 10 stateroom categories, including four magnificent suite categories. All staterooms feature a bathroom with a separate shower area, which is unusual for Russian ships. The top stateroom category, Imperial Suite, features an immense 432 sq. ft. of space.
Life on board the Amakatarina
Enjoy your evenings in the beautiful Panorama Lounge or have a drink in the intimate Bar/Nightclub Alternative Restaurant. Enjoy a concert or lecture in the Conference Hall. Unwind in the Sauna or relax in the Solarium. Dine each evening in the lovely main Restaurant, lined with panoramic windows. Other amenities on board Amakatarina include an elevator, gift shop and infirmary.
Deck 4, Standard Cabin, 110 sq. ft.
Decks 3 & 4, Standard Cabin, 135 sq. ft.
Decks 3 & 4, Superior Cabin, 205 sq. ft.
Deck 3, Deluxe Cabin with Balcony, 238 sq. ft.
Deck 2, Deluxe Cabin with Balcony, 238 sq. ft.
Deck 1, Deluxe Cabin with Balcony, 230 sq. ft.
Decks 2 & 3, Bolshoi Suites, 280 sq. ft.
Decks 2 & 3, Mariinsky Suites, 320 sq. ft.
Deck 1, Hermitage Suites, 270 sq. ft.
Deck 3, Imperial Suite, 432 sq. ft.