MS Terramar Nile Cruise
Official Rating: 5*
Board: All Inclusive
Day of Departure: Wednesday
Description: The “Terramar “ is one of the, if not the, most luxurious and comfortable cruise liner on the River Nile. Its dimensions are the same as the larger cruise ships on the Nile but with a view to exclusivity the ship has only a third of the number of cabins – in the form of suites – that you would find in another Nile Cruise ship of this size.
The cruise offers privacy, plenty of breathing space and the comfort and luxury you would expect from a ship of this size with just 20 suites on board.
There are 60 service orientated staff to look after the 40 guests cruising which is a ratio you will not find on any other ship on the Nile.
The 20 spacious suites are: -
2 Royal Panoramic Suites of 40 sq.meters
4 Pharaonic Suites of 33 sq.meters
8 Rustic Suites of 30 sq.meters
6 Presidential Suites of 33 sq.meters
All the suites are equipped with internal telephones, colour TV with two video channels, individually controlled air-conditioning, bathroom with bathtubs, hairdryers, mini-bar and panoramic windows looking out onto the Nile.
General Facilities: -
The ship is very spacious and has a large luxurious lounge bar plus a large restaurant which will seat all guests in one sitting.
There is a reception area with a gift shop and boutique.
The ship has a Health Club with sauna, Jacuzzi and gymnasium and for those not quite so energetic there is a billiard area .
The spacious sundeck has a recreation area, lounge bar with covered seating area for a relaxing time away from the sun, sunbathing area and a pool which is heated in the winter.
All Inclusive Concept: -
The all inclusive concept covers three meals per day plus soft drinks, mineral water, local beer and local wine from 1000 – 2400 hours.
On arrival in your cabin you will have complimentary wine plus a basket of cookies and a basket of fruit.
Additional Information: The order of the itineraries maybe amended as a result of low water levels, adverse weather conditions, lock closure or other unforeseen circumstances. Moorings at night are usually alongside other cruise vessels which may affect views from your cabin and sightseeing, when possible is organised to avoid the heat of the midday sun. When mooring sometimes diesel fumes can be evident.
You will be escorted by an English speaking Egyptologist at all times during the tours and excursions. All river cruises itinerary can be amended in sequence due to navigational circumstances but the above points of visit will not change.
Note: When joining a Nile cruise you are joining a cruise with an international client mix as the cruise will be accepting clients of many nationalities.
Entry Requirements: On entry into Egypt, you must obtain a visitors visa at the port of entry, the fee is £15 (subject to change). Sharm El Sheikh is considered a free zone, due to being located in the Sinai Peninsula. Travel on excursions outside the peninsula, the visitor’s visa is a requirement.
note: For travel to most countries, a British passport must remain valid for at least 6 months after your scheduled return to the UK.