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The Princesse d’Aquitaine was built in 2001 and refurbished in 2011. She is a friendly and comfortable vessel accommodating a maximum of 138 guests in 69 cabins which are located over two decks. In addition to the two cabin decks, there is also a spacious Sun Deck. Other public areas include the restaurant and panoramic lounge with a dancefloor and bar. There is also a highly qualified and experienced crew of 23 who work hard to ensure you have an enjoyable cruise.
The 69 cabins measure 12 to 13 sqm and feature twin beds which can be configured in the continental style (pushed together) or separated. All cabins are equipped with private en-suite facilities, satellite television, hairdryer, safe, radio, individually controlled air conditioning and heating and telephone (for internal calls only). In addition all cabins feature windows which can be opened.
Onboard facilities include a delightful restaurant, lounge with dance floor and bar which is a lovely place to relax after a day of exploration or whilst cruising. There is also a large sun deck with ample furniture where you can relax in the shade or enjoy the pleasant weather and passing scenery. There is a small gift shop onboard and Wi-Fi is available free of charge although service may be intermittent and cannot always be guaranteed.
The attractive restaurant accommodates all passengers in a single sitting. Breakfast and lunch are buffet style with an extensive selection including both hot and cold items. Dinner is a served set menu focusing on French and regional cuisine, special dietary requests can be catered for too. All meals are open seating allowing plenty of opportunity to meet your fellow travellers and drinks are all-inclusive; alcoholic (with some exclusions), soft drinks and tea/coffee are available from 10am to 11pm.
The atmosphere onboard is friendly and informal and within days you will have made new friends in the open-seating restaurant, on the shore excursions or whilst relaxing in the comfortable public areas onboard. You will find yourself amongst like-minded people in an English speaking environment, but still always free to explore at your own pace. A daily briefing by the Cruise Director will give you information on the next day’s activities and expert, English-speaking local guides provide insider insights into local culture, history and traditions.
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