The third largest Danube cruise ship Primadonna is 113.5 metres long and 17.4 metres wide and far ahead of other river cruise ships in terms of spaciousness.
No crowding in the corridors, comforting common areas – from restaurant to bar. In the 60-metre-long and 8-metre-wide atrium, people meet before meals, read the daily papers undisturbed and more. The spacious facilities include the panorama restaurant ‘Primo Gusto’, the panorama bar ‘Primavera’, the Danube arena ‘Prima Vista’ and the on-board theatre ‘Primo Theatro’.
Through the interesting architecture in the double hull construction (catamaran) and the 9 m high bow glazing in the Danube arena between the two hulls, you look down on the waves of the Nibelungen River, which literally flows under your feet. In a sense, you float above the water. At the reception, a glass floor with lighting allows you to look into the world “under water” and makes your stay on the Primadonna to a first-class experience. On the open-air deck you will find a small whirlpool, sun loungers, sun awnings and comfortable seating areas. The wellness area offers an indoor whirlpool, a Kneipp treading pool and a sauna. Healing and beauty massages by appointment as well as a hairdresser on board complete the offer.
Description of the cabins
The 82 outside cabins are spacious 9,5 – 16,5 m², and comfortably and tastefully furnished featuring en-suite facilities with shower/toilet, hairdryer, telephone, satellite TV, mini-bar, roomy wardrobe, writing desk, safe and (individually adjustable) air conditioning.
Lower deck astern: ca. 9,5 m², 1 lower and 1 upper bed, unopenable porthole or window, chair
Lower deck: ca. 11,5 m², 2 single low beds, thereof 1 sofa bed, 1 large unopenable porthole, chair
Upper- and Promenadedeck: ca. 16,5 m², 2 separate beds, set next to each other as a hotel style bed, sofa (upper deck) or two chairs (promenade deck), balcony with bench
Facts about the ship:
Length: 113,5 m (372.4 ft.)
Width: 17.4 m (57.1 ft.)
Crew: ca. 52-55
Pass.: 198 (max.)