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MS Mona Lisa

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4 anchors - 2 Decks
# The ship

MS Mona Lisa

MS Mona Lisa sails on the Elbe and on the Rhine.

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Interior View

Decks

Deck plans & technical details

  • Year of construction

    : 2000

  • Year of renovation

    : 2010

  • Length

    : 82

    meters

  • Numbers of passengers

    : 96

    Passengers

  • Total capacity

    : 48

  • Width

    : 9.5

    meters

Cabins

UPPER DECK

19 Cabins

  • 18 double cabins
  • 1 double cabin with king size bed

MAIN DECK

29 Cabins

  • 26 double cabins
  • 3 double cabins with king size beds

Ammenities

Cruises

This ship is sailing multiple itineraries

From Amsterdam to Berlin (port-to-port cruise)

Next departure: 08/05/2019
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AMSTERDAM - GRONINGEN - PAPENBOURG - OLDENBOURG - BREME - NIENBURG - MINDEN - HANOVER - ANDERTEN - BRAUNSCHWEIG - MAGDEBOURG - POTSDAM - BERLIN - NUREMBERG

From Amsterdam to Nuremberg, explore the northern canals by cruising  the Elbe and the Havel. You will discover Amsterdam and its famous UNESCO World Heritage Canals before diving into the heart of charming Dutch cities. In Germany, you will have the option to visit the Meyer Werft shipyard before exploring Bremen, the oldest maritime city in the country. Discover Hanover, Magdeburg or Potsdam, cities that will make you appreciate the fascinating heritage of Germany. Your cruise will end in Nuremberg after passing through Berlin.

12 Days
START IN 2019
Departure 08/05/2019
Arrival 19/05/2019
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4
Departure 17/06/2019
Arrival 28/06/2019
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
Departure 13/07/2019
Arrival 24/07/2019
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4

* Price based on double occupancy

From Berlin to Amsterdam (port-to-port cruise)

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BERLIN - POTSDAM - BRANDENBURG - BURG - MAGDEBURG - WOLFSBURG - ANDERTEN - MINDEN - NIENBURG - BREMEN - OLDENBURG - PAPENBURG - GRONINGEN - AMSTERDAM

From Nuremberg to Amsterdam, explore the northern canals by cruising the Elbe and the Havel. You will discover the history of Nuremberg and Berlin, before exploring Potsdam, Magdeburg or Bremen, cities that will make you appreciate the eclectic heritage of Germany. You will have the option to visit the Meyer Werft shipyard before diving into the heart of charming Dutch cities. Your cruise will end in Amsterdam, famous for its UNESCO World Heritage canals.

12 Days Sold-out
Sold-Out
All departure dates are currently sold-out.

From Berlin to Copenhagen The Havel, the Oder and the Baltic sea (port-to-port cruise)

Next departure: 04/08/2018
BSD

BERLIN - EBERSWALDE - ODERBERG - STOLPE - SZCZECIN - WOLGAST - PEENEMUNDE - Island of Usedom - Island of Rügen - LAUTERBACH - STRALSUND - Copenhagen

From Berlin to Copenhagen, sail along the Havel, the Oder and the Baltic Sea on a cruise combining modernity and tradition, originality and simplicity. Discover cities with unique architecture such as Stralsund, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, but also spectacular coastlines with fine sandy beaches and limestone cliffs on the islands of Usedom and Rügen. Visit the remains of Chorin Abbey, the finest example of brick architecture in Northern Germany.

8 Days
START IN 2018
Departure 04/08/2018
Arrival 11/08/2018
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
Departure 14/08/2018
Arrival 21/08/2018
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4
Departure 16/08/2018
Arrival 23/08/2018
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
Sold out
Departure 28/08/2018
Arrival 04/09/2018
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
START IN 2019
Departure 28/06/2019
Arrival 05/07/2019
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
Departure 24/07/2019
Arrival 31/07/2019
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4
Departure 29/08/2019
Arrival 05/09/2019
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4

* Price based on double occupancy

From Copenhagen to Berlin: The Baltic Sea and the Oder and Havel Rivers (port-to-port cruise)

Next departure: 09/08/2018
SBL

Copenhagen - STRALSUND - Island of Rügen - GREIFSWALD - Island of Usedom - WOLGAST - SZCZECIN - STOLPE - ODERBERG - EBERSWALDE - BERLIN

From Copenhagen to Berlin, sail along the Baltic Sea, the Oder and the Havel on a cruise combining modernity and tradition, originality and simplicity. Visit the remains of Chorin Abbey, the finest example of brick architecture in Northern Germany. Discover spectacular coastlines with fine sandy beaches and limestone cliffs on the islands of Usedom and Rügen, but also cities with unique architecture such as Stralsund, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. 

8 Days
START IN 2018
Departure 09/08/2018
Arrival 16/08/2018
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
Departure 10/08/2018
Arrival 16/08/2018
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
Sold out
Departure 19/08/2018
Arrival 26/08/2018
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4
Sold out
Departure 21/08/2018
Arrival 28/08/2018
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
Sold out
Departure 31/08/2018
Arrival 07/09/2018
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4
Sold out
Departure 02/09/2018
Arrival 09/09/2018
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
START IN 2019
Departure 22/08/2019
Arrival 29/08/2019
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4
Departure 03/09/2019
Arrival 10/09/2019
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4

* Price based on double occupancy

From Hamburg to Berlin (port-to-port cruise)

Next departure: 29/07/2018
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HAMBURG - BLECKEDE- Lüneburg(1) - TANGERMUNDE - MAGDEBURG(1) - HOHENWARTHE - GENTHIN - POTSDAM - BERLIN

From Hamburg to Berlin, go on an extraordinary cruise on the Elbe, one of the largest rivers in Europe. You will discover the charm of two of the largest German cities and a fascinating scenery of beautiful landscapes shaped by history: be carried away by the hidden treasures of the Elbe.

7 Days
START IN 2018
Departure 29/07/2018
Arrival 04/08/2018
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
START IN 2019
Departure 25/05/2019
Arrival 31/05/2019
Ship : MS Mona Lisa Anchors : 4
Departure 29/08/2019
Arrival 04/09/2019
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4
Departure 22/09/2019
Arrival 28/09/2019
Ship : MS Victor Hugo Anchors : 4

* Price based on double occupancy

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