The Alexander Pushkin is a comfortable four-deck vessel contructed in Austria in 1974 and totally refurbished for the 2012 season. Offering cruises on the Volga between Moscow and St Petersburg, the ship has a host of amenities including a large restaurant, two bars, a conference hall and a cafe bar. Accommodation is in a range of cabins and suites spread across 3 decks, all offering excellent river views through picture windows.
8 Day Cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg
Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£16.00)
Sailing dates September 25th 2014
Get acquainted with the unique culture and traditions of Russia on this memorable 8-day cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg. Starting in the lively Russian capital, travel along the Volga through the Russian countryside, taking in ancient fortresses, luxurious palaces, old churches and wooden villages as you go. Highlights of the cruise are included tours in Moscow, Uglich, Goritsy, Kizhi, Mandrogi and St Petersburg and while on board you will enjoy a range of traditional and more modern entertainment. Please be advised that not all sailings are English speaking, please check with your sales advisor before booking for more information.
The Amakatarina is a 212 passenger vessel, built in 1981 and completely redesigned and rebuilt in 2010-2011. The ship now boasts outside balconies in more than 70% of the available cabins, a spacious sun deck, fitness room and two elegant dining rooms with panoramic windows, affording spectacular views of the Volga-Baltic waterways.
Grand Cruise from St Petersburg to Moscow (12 Days)
Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£153.34)
Sailing dates September 8th or 30th 2014
Experience a spectacular voyage through the heart of Russia along its colourful and historic waterways. Explore the bustling city of Moscow, then cruise north and visit the enchanting Golden Ring cities of Uglich and Yaroslavl. Continue along the Volga-Baltic Waterways and through Europe’s two largest lakes, Onega and Ladoga, to St. Petersburg, one of the world’s most beautiful cities, spread over 101 islands and 66 canals.
Constructed in Austria using high quality materials, the Lev Tolstoy was originally designed for high ranking Kremlin officials and to host foreign dignitaries. Sailing the waterways of Russia, the Lev Tolstoy offers a range of comfortable air-conditioned cabins and suites for up to 160 guests. Her wealth of public amenities include a swimming pool, piano bar, coffee station, conference hall, boutique, sauna and a beauty salon.
8 Day Cruise from St Petersburg to Moscow
Per Person Excluding Taxes (+£16.00)
Sailing dates September 13th 2014
Board the Lev Tolstoy in St Petersburg for an exciting exploration of the cities, towns and countryside of Russia. Begin your trip with a tour of the captivating city of St Petersburg before cruising south to visit the towns of Mandrogi, Kizhi, Goritsy and Uglich. Your journey ends in the historic Russian capital, Moscow, where you will visit the world-famous Kremlin. Please be advised that not all sailings are English speaking, please check with your sales advisor before booking for more information.
Seven Seas Voyager (Cruise and Flight Packages)
A trailblazer in the exclusive world of all-suite, all-balcony ships, the Seven Seas Voyager exceeds even the loftiest expectations for luxury. Considering her size, the amenities are surprisingly plentiful and include four dining venues where you can dine wherever, whenever and with whomever you choose. With 447 international crew members attending to a maximum of just 700 guests, personal service is indulgent throughout. An all-inclusive offering, featuring free flights and transfers, unlimited shore excursions, a luxury hotel stay, unlimited drinks including fine wines, premium spirits, an open bar and complimentary minibar, in-suite dining and free room service, make this one of the most luxurious cruise offerings in the market.