Serenissima is a bijou example of small-ship cruising with a special selling point – no two cabins are identical.
She is known for her bright interior, a unique Gustavian country house style influenced by 18th century Sweden. Sailing since 1960, she is imbued with nautical heritage and has the intimate charm of smaller vessels.
Serenissima is in top form thanks to considerable investment, evident in the fittings, the facilities and the purchase of six new Zodiacs for exploration.
The ship has an open bridge policy giving passengers the chance to visit the captain and officers during their voyage. There is also a spacious observation deck, fitness and massage area, and Jacuzzi.
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