- Launch Date: 2020
- Cabins: 18
- Length: 50 meters
- Beam: 8.3 meters
- Passengers: 36
- Cruising Speed (Knots): 12 knots
- Water Capacity (L): 48000 L
- Fuel Capacity (L): 16000 L
- Crew: Yes
MS Premier Overview
The MS Premier is a brand new ship for 2020. She’s 164-feet-long, 27-feet-wide and can accommodate up to 36 passengers in 18 spacious, en-suite cabins with modern amenities. A 5-star vessel, she’s just the right size for a more intimate sailing experience that allows for access through narrow waterways, into small ports and the hearts of medieval towns.
There are 18 spacious, air-conditioned cabins with private facilities on the MS Premier. They range from 140 to 172 square feet and come fully equipped with lots of storage space, an internal communication system for announcements, TV, safe, wardrobe, desk and chair. Bathrooms include a shower, toilet, sink, hair dryer and personal bath products. Lower deck cabins all have port holes while the upper deck cabins add a balcony for enjoying the salty sea air along with the impressive views. With soundproofing, passengers can also expect a peaceful night’s rest.
Facilities and Public Areas
Passengers can take advantage of multiple common areas, both inside and out. Look forward to taking advantage of the panoramic views from the expansive sundeck with enough loungers for every passenger. There’s also a rooftop plunge pool and a rear swimming platform with ladders dipping down into the clear blue waters for convenient access. The bar area has a large screen LCD TV and there’s a covered outdoor lounge with comfortable sofas and tables along with an elegant salon restaurant where meals are served. With free Wi-FI onboard throughout the ship, including cabins, passengers can stay in touch with the outside world too.
The ship has an air-conditioned dining room on the upper deck with comfortable seating that makes it enjoyable to dine on the tasty half-board meals in a casual atmosphere. While there’s no formal dress required, special events like the Captain’s Dinner can be fun to dress up for, although it’s entirely optional. A freshly prepared breakfast buffet is served every morning, and most itineraries also include multicourse lunches most days, along with a welcome dinner and one Captain’s Dinner. A water dispenser with filtered water is available along with complimentary fresh fruit. Drinks not included in the specific itinerary can be purchased at the bar, with the total paid at the end of the cruise.