MS Summer Ship
MS Summer Overview
Built to the highest standards, the MS Summer offers passengers the opportunity to travel on a new head-turning ship that was just launched in 2019. She features the latest state-of-the-art equipment and top-notch amenities with her sleek 139-feet-long and 26-feet-wide size allowing her to reach picturesque islets, small harbors, and ports providing the ultimate small-ship cruise through Croatia.
The MS Summer hosts 19 cabins, all with private facilities, individually controlled air conditioning, independent ventilation systems for a continuous flow of fresh air and soundproofing to ensure a good night’s rest. Enjoy features like ample space for storage, a satellite TV, wardrobe and safe, with bathrooms featuring a shower, sink, toilet, and hairdryer. All the latest safety gear is included too, like lifejackets, a fire alarm, smoke detector, and emergency lights. The 11 upper deck cabins have two large windows, with the remaining cabins feature portholes.
Facilities and Public Areas
When passengers aren’t exploring Croatia’s many delights or resting in their cabin, there are multiple common spaces to take advantage of on MS Summer, both indoors and out. Unwind on one of the luxurious loungers on the sprawling sundeck or enjoy the hot tub, all surrounded by gorgeous views of the sparkling blue Adriatic, islands, and coast. During swim stops head to the rear of the ship where you’ll find a swimming platform with ladders that dip down to the clear blue waters for easy access. If inclement weather should hit, there’s a covered outdoor lounge with sofas as well as a large dining room that has a bar area with a big-screen TV. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the ship for keeping in touch with the outside world.
The MS Summer has a large, fully air-conditioned restaurant/salon on the upper deck with tables and chairs for all passengers. Dining is enjoyed in an elegant yet casual, relaxed setting so there is no formal dress code required. Meals are served on a half-board basis, all prepared fresh by the onboard chef and include an extensive breakfast buffet, three-course set lunches, and some dinners according to the specific itinerary. Others can be enjoyed while in port for opportunities to sample traditional Croatian cuisine in local restaurants. Drinks can be purchased at the bar with the tab payable at the end of the cruise, including sodas, beer, wine and spirits.