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EGYPT, ARABIA & MOROCCO


DAHABIYYAS – EXCLUSIVE CRUISING Quoted by The Times as the ‘best dahabiyyas on the Nile’, our boats provide an authentic sailing experience paired with first class service. Each of our 4 dahabiyyas offers 6 air-conditioned cabins, en suite facilities and a sense of timeless elegance. See pages 14-17.


NEW


NILE M.S. SANCTUARY ADVENTURER


Offering 5-star luxury with unparalleled comfort and gourmet cuisine. Its 32 beautifully designed cabins and the boats luxurious furnishings provide the perfect backdrop to a truly exceptional cruising experience. See page 21.


SONESTA ST GEORGE This exquisite vessel features 59 cabins that all offer the finest in interiors and windows which open onto a Juliet balcony. The boat boasts a spa, classically appointed lounge with nightly entertainment and an elegant observation deck offering panoramic views.


OBEROI ZAHRA The only cruiser on the River Nile with 4 massage suites, providing unrivalled luxury along with 25 beautifully appointed cabins. Offering panoramic views and gourmet cuisine, its stylish interiors contribute to an unforgettable experience.


NEW


STEAM SHIP SUDAN An authentic steamship with 23 cabins,


built at the latter end of the 19th century, the Sudan was originally a gift for Egypt’s King Fouad. Lovingly restored and wonderfully nostalgic, the vessel today transports guests back to the golden age of the Belle Époque.


NEW


MÖVENPICK ROYAL LILY The newest of Mövenpick’s Nile fleet,


the Royal Lily offers 56 spacious deluxe cabins that come with tasteful furnishings, en suite facilities and large panoramic windows. The boat also enjoys the facilities of a gym, massage suite and a small pool.


SONESTA MOON GODDESS The Sonesta Moon Goddess features 53 luxurious cabins all with private balconies, full-size baths and a choice of amenities. Features also include an outdoor plunge pool and sun deck which provide views of the Nile landscapes. See pages 21 & 23.


TU-YA Named after the grandmother of the Pharaoh Akhenaten, the Tu-Ya is a relative newcomer to the Nile. Its 60 air-conditioned cabins all feature panoramic views and deluxe en suite amenities. Facilities include a restaurant, bar and a pool. See page 24.


THE KASR IBRIM & EUGENIE, LAKE NASSER Built to recreate the style and ambience of turn of the century Nile steamboats, both vessels offer air-conditioned luxury cabins. Both include pools, health suites, Jacuzzis and restaurants that serve a selection of oriental and western cuisine. See page 24.


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