mv Princess de Provence is a deluxe vessel built in 1992 and completely refurbished in 1996. She has a light and airy ambiance and is distinguished by staterooms on her upper deck which have full length French doors which open (Cabins on the lower deck have large windows). Original works of art can be found throughout the vessel.
She has a total of 70 cabins, all of which are outside, configured as twins and identical in size. Each is beautifully appointed and features built in closets, desk, shower and toilet, telephone and 3 channel radio. Hairdryer and terry robes are available upon request. Bedding is European style duvets with feather pillows and eider downs (synthetic materials available upon request).
The vessel features six meals daily (Breakfast, Morning Bouillon, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Dinner and Midnight Snack). All meals are single seating with evening meals up to nine courses on selected nights. Additionally, there is a Lounge, 2 bars, beauty salon, boutique, laundry, safe-deposit boxes as well as an infirmary with a qualified doctor on board. The Sun deck has plenty of deck chairs and blankets, if needed.
Captain's Welcome and Captain's Farewell Receptions are provided as well as nightly entertainment and dancing. There is one crew member for every 2.5 passengers providing about the best crew to passenger ratio of any river vessel. This allows for a high level of service as well as sumptuous food, served course by course for the evening meal. English language announcements, menus and daily programs are provided.
Rivers and Canals of Europe