River Cruising | Egypt
A Nile River cruise aboard the MS Royal Lily offers every comfort from deluxe cabins to delicious dining, with exceptional service and onboard activities. Cruise effortlessly between Luxor and Aswan, stopping off to explore Egypt’s ancient temple cities and for shore excursions that immerse you in Middle Eastern culture, history and cuisine.
Refurbished in 2018
Length: 75 m | Width: 14 m | Cabins: 60 | Max Passengers: 120 | Staff: 75
On board your premium river ship, enjoy contemporary cruising with elegant spaces and great service. On deck, the MS Royal Lily boasts a Sun Deck with swimming pool, heated whirlpool and pool bar. Below dock, enjoy the air-conditioned lounge and bar, gift shop, gym and free Wi-Fi.
Throughout your Egyptian discovery, you can be confident that you’ll be looked after by the best. An expert Tour Director accompanies you and an Egyptologist and local guides provide historical context and an insider’s perspective along the way."
The ship's air-conditioned restaurant offers the chance to indulge in a variety of local and international dishes. At each meal, enjoy delicious cuisine with tea and coffee, while selected beer, wine and soft drinks are offered with dinner.
During your river cruise, shore excursions are enhanced by a range of onboard entertainment, including a cultural performance, Cocktail Welcome Reception and traditional Galabeya Party.
Deluxe Cabins feature double or twin beds and an ensuite, the ship’s standard cabins are approximately 22 sq. metres in size and boast large panoramic windows and modern furnishings.
With premier positioning at the front of the ship, the four Royal Suites offer the most floor space (approximately 42 sq. metres) and feature a sitting area and jacuzzi baths. Subject to availability.
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