Our Chartered Ships

Sailing the waterways of Russia, the Nile River and the Dalmatian Coast

Specially chosen for their comfort, traditional and authentic styles and wealth of amenities, our chartered ships will feel like a home away from home. 

The MS Rossia was specifically built to sail Russia’s iconic waterways, including the mighty Volga River. On board, you will find a wealth of amenities including a restaurant serving Russian influenced European fine-dining, the Tsar Bar, a wellness centre and a library. Each cabin comes complete with a hotel-style bed, television and refrigerator. 

Our Egypt, Israel and Jordan itineraries all include a 4-night stay on board the chartered Mövenpick MS Hamees. One of the largest river ships on the Nile encompassing a range of facilities including a pool on the sun deck and restaurant and lounge bar.

Sailing the Adriatic on our Dalmatian coast itineraries we have the MS Lastavica and MS Swallow. These small ships are perfect for island hopping and docking in remote ports and both have an intimate 18 cabins complete with en-suites and a wealth of communal spaces. 

Chartered River Ships
MS Hamees
Embark on a truly memorable journey from Luxor to Aswan as you experience Egypt’s most spectacular sites from the surrounds of one of the largest river ships on the Nile. 
MS Rossia
The traditional and authentic MS Rossia was built to sail the iconic waters of Russia. Spread out over four decks, your river ship provides the perfect vessel from which to see this fascinating country in all its glory.
Chartered Small Ships
MS Lastavica
There truly is no better way to experience the magnificent beauty of the Dalmatian coast than on board a luxury yacht as you navigate the stunning Mediterranean archipelago via its crystal-clear waters. 
MS Swallow
The sun-kissed calm of the Mediterranean Sea is the perfect setting for an ocean cruise on board our exquisite brand-new MS Swallow luxury yacht. Exclusively chartered for our 2020 itineraries, this contemporary yacht has been specially designed to sail the Dalmatian coast’s many attractive isles and to dock in small ports.