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Max Passengers: 95
Ship Type: Expedition Cruise Ship

Built in 1960 and scheduled to be refurbished in 2018, the Serenissima is a comfortable and contemporary expedition vessel. Public spaces include two lounges (one with a library and games), a single-seating dining room, and elegant bar. Outside decks feature a small gym, Jacuzzi, and a sun deck where meals are served in pleasant weather. All suites feature ocean views, en suite bathroom, wardrobe, vanity table, television, and personal safe.

• The main restaurant can accommodate all guests at one seating.
• Most diets can be catered for on board, but special dietary requests must be made in advance.
• Breakfast and lunch are served buffet-style.
• Dinner is served in the main restaurant with four, a la carte courses. When weather permits, meals can also be served on deck.
• Afternoon tea is served in the lounge and coffee and tea are available between 7:00 - 11:00 pm.

Built: 1960
Refurbished: 2018
Gross Tonnage: 2,632
Length: 286 feet
Beam: 43.6 feet
Draft: 15.5 feet
Number of Guests: 95
Crew: 52
Crew Nationality: European
Ship’s Registry: St. Vincent
Category 1
Suites range from 109 - 136 square feet and have one or two portholes.
Category 2
Suites range from 109 - 211 square feet and have one or two portholes.
Category 3
Suites range from 124 - 198 square feet with portholes or windows.
Category 4
Suites average 172 square feet and have two windows.
Category 5
Suites average 230 square feet with three windows.
Category 6
Suites range from 244-284 square feet and feature seven windows.
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