The Orient Queen's distinctively Eastern touches reflect her name and take you to the most celebrated European destinations. She has comfortable staterooms, spacious suites and attractively designed interiors.
Eat to your heart's content in Horizon Buffet and Mermaid Restaurant. Relax at Venus Bar and Reflections Lounge and enjoy your favorite cocktail while listening to live music at Stars Show Lounge. What about a game of golf at the Mini Golf Court on Compass Deck? Other facilities feature casino, internet corner, Business Center, video game arcade, duty free shopping, 2 swimming pools, fitness centre, beauty salon, spa & massage. The vessel is fully air-conditioned, has stabilizers, telephone, fax, satellite telephone and physician on board.
Note: If you've taken a few cruises before, you may be accustomed to large, luxurious ships appointed with every possible amenity. Ships (including those of Louis Cruise Lines) are generally smaller and more agile, better suited for navigating the shallow waters and small ports of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. These mid-sized ships are practical, comfortable, and equipped with all necessary modern conveniences. But they may offer more basic cabin amenities, less on-board entertainment, and fewer dining options than larger ocean liners. Some meals may feature buffet style service and limited a la carte selections. Think of these ships as good 3-star hotels providing convenient and comfortable transport.
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|Length: 160.13 m||Breadth: 22.80 m|
|Draught 6.70 m||Cruising Speed: 19 knots|
|Tonnage: 15,781 tons||Passenger Decks: 8|
|Passenger Capacity: 912||Registration: Marshall Islands|