- Launch Date: 2020
- Cabins: 19
- Length: 50 meters
- Beam: 8.3 meters
- Passengers: 38
- Cruising Speed (Knots): 12 Knots
- Water Capacity (L): 48000 L
- Fuel Capacity (L): 16000 L
- Crew: Yes
MS Rhapsody Overview
The brand-new MS Rhapsody will embark on her maiden voyage in 2020. The 164-foot-long deluxe superior vessel will provide an elegant experience without the high price tag, including luxurious perks like cabins with private balconies, a sundeck with a hot tub and an air-conditioned restaurant/bar with panoramic windows. Due to her limited passenger capacity of just 38 guests, she allows for a more intimate cruise and access to both popular and lesser-known destinations.
The spacious cabins on the MS Rhapsody include double or twin beds, soundproofing, air-conditioning, satellite TV, a wardrobe, desk and chair, and an intercom system so that captain and cruise director announcements can be heard. Each one has a private bathroom with a hairdryer, sink, shower and toilet. If you want to be able to enjoy some of the best views right from your cabin, the 11 upper deck cabins offer private balconies. The other include portholes for watching the passing views. All have fire alarms, lifejackets and fireproof doors.
Facilities and Public Areas
There are multiple common areas for socializing, relaxing and enjoying the scenery, like the covered outdoor lounge with comfortable sofas, but the most popular is the large sundeck – no need to worry about staking yours out early as there are enough loungers for every passenger. There’s also a Jacuzzi for soaking while surrounded by gorgeous views, and when it’s time for a swim stop, you’ll be able to access those clear sapphire waters easily from the swimming platform with ladders.
Delicious satisfying half-board meals made fresh with local produce are included, with a breakfast buffet provided every day along with 3-course set lunches. Dining onboard is casual, so there’s no need to pack your formal wear. While some dinners are included, most evening meals are enjoyed in charming villages or popular cities to provide a slice of local life and the opportunity to sample traditional Croatian cuisine. Passengers can also enjoy beverages at the bar, including soda, beer, wine and spirits available for purchase with the total paid at the conclusion of the cruise.