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MS Léonard De Vinci

Built
2003 (refurbished 2011)
Guests
143
Length
105m
Width
11.4m
Staterooms
72
Electricity
220v
Rivers
Rhine, Main, Moselle,
Neckar, Saar
Country Regions
Rhine Valley, South Holland, Alsace & Lorraine,
Northern France

Ship Overview

Sailing with CroisiEurope’s Léonard De Vinci is the best way to enjoy a Rhine river cruise. Originally built in 2003, but undergoing a complete transformation in 2011, the 2-deck ship is now able to host 144 passengers. With a length of 110 m and a width of 11.4 m, its 72 cabins offer a luxurious experience to every passenger.Top-class materials are used in combination with carefully picked wooden materials and subtle tones of beige and dark green to create a delightful visual experience for every passenger who crosses the apron of the ship. 

  • An attractive lounge bar packed with an inviting dance floor
  • A bar filled with delicious cocktails and diverse alcoholic drinks
  • Spacious sundeck with plenty of chairs ideal for sunbathing
  • A bright and elegant, yet cozy dining room perfect for dinners with loved ones
  • Souvenir shop
  • Central heating
  • Air-conditioning system
  • External swimming pool available
  • 220V electricity
  • Radar
  • Radiophone
  • WIFI available on board only after paying an additional fee
  • Upper Deck - 23 twin cabins
  • Main Deck - 49 cabins ( 2 cabins with 2 single beds, 3 cabins with one bed, 43 twin cabins, 1 suite)

Staterooms / Suites

  • Cabin (129 sq. ft.)

Features

  • Bathroom with shower, toilet and a washbasin
  • Hairdryer
  • Towels
  • TV Satellite
  • Personal safe

Deck Plans

Sun Deck
Sun Deck
Upper Deck
Upper Deck
Deck Plan
Deck Plan

Dining

  • Carefully designed menus invite you to experience the exquisite French gastronomy
  • Croisi’s chefs have worked along Michelin-starred giants such as Marc Haeberlin and Paul Bocuse
  • Alain Bohn, Croisi’s head chef, is a member of Maîtres Cuisiniers de France, a 50 years old association including no more than 250 chefs worldwide
  • Enjoy a self-served breakfast buffet abundant in pastries, cold cuts, eggs, various sausage varieties, fresh fruit and yogurt or jams and jellies; quench your thirst with fresh fruit juices and a warm cup of tea or coffee
  • Delight yourself with 3 course lunch and dinner menus cooked using only the freshest of ingredients
  • Your meals will be paired with excellent complimentary wines
  • All lunch and dinner meals are served at fixed times and in a single seating for all passengers
  • Croisi provides free beverages on all cruises including mineral water, fruit juice, coffee, tea, beer or house wine
  • Some cruises include an open bar, but for those that don’t, travelers can purchase a €30 drink card that will cover beverages served at the bar; any amount of money remaining on your card will be reimbursed at the end of the cruise
  • Premium vintage wines, as well as champagne are available at an additional charge on all cruises

MS Léonard De Vinci Tours