2013 will mark the start of operations of Scenic Cruise Line’s newest Jewel, the ‘Scenic Jewel.’ The cruise ship represents the cruise line’s latest fleet of river cruising vessels, commissioned to be built at a cost touching over US$ 10 million.Equipped with ultra-modern and highly deluxe amenities, each of these princely cruise vessels is expected to ply along the most exotic cruise spots and destinations across the world.
The operational cruise route of the Scenic Jewel ship will pass through the majestic sceneries of the Rhine, Danube and Main Rivers traversing from Amsterdam to Budapest.
This route follows along the heart of the European river cruising. It also thus enhances the appeal of the splendour of the Scenic Jewel quite considerably, making it one of the most awaited cruise ships for the year 2013.
Voyagers aboard the cruise ship can expect a plethora of luxurious facilities, rivalling a number of the oceanic cruise ships. Some of the star-studded amenities include:
- Specially designed lounge for sunning and relaxation
- Personalised crewing service and assistance in select decks and cabin suites
- Restaurants providing choicest selection of menus and cuisines
- Bistros and cafes providing gourmet experiences to the voyagers
- Panoramic and plush interior decorations to heighten the on board experience of the patrons
- Technological connectivity with highlights including High Definition (HD) TVs, Wi-Fi and Mac book computer systems
- Stoppages at several tourism locales along the intended cruise route with professional guiding escorts
The Scenic Jewel ship has been categorised to be a ‘Space Ship Class’ vessel. The ‘Space Ship Class’ is distinguished as being the pride of the Scenic Cruise Line, designed as a bid to revolutionise the river cruising experience. With a voyager capacity of almost 170 patrons, the over 440-feet long Scenic Jewel ship can be very well to present a successful continuation of this river cruising revolutionizing taking it forward from where her sister vessel Scenic Crystal left off.
Reference: scenictours, thecruiseeditor, travelweekly