M/S Sonesta St George has a large range of facilities. All cabins come with exquisite bathrooms, complete with a jacuzzi, and wonderful large windows to give great views on to the Nile.
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M/S Sonesta St George
One of the newest ships on the Nile is the luxurious St. George I, with 49 well-appointed cabins and 10 spacious suites.
The boat has a large range of facilities and offers great comfort to its guests, and attention has been paid to all the little details. All cabins come with exquisite bathrooms, complete with a jacuzzi, and wonderful large windows to give great views on to the Nile.
In the evening, after a day's sightseeing, guests can enjoy a drink in the ambience of the piano bar.
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The Mayfair is an elegant boat with sophisticated décor and great facilities, with each of its cabins featuring their own small private balcony area.
M/S Movenpick Royal Lily
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M/S Movenpick Royal Lotus
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M/S Nile Adventurer
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M/S Oberoi Zahra
The Oberoi Zahra sets new standards in luxury for those cruising the Nile, and outstrips its rivals in its intimate atmosphere on board and its comfort and luxury.
M/S Presidential Nile Cruise Ship
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M/S Sonesta Moon Goddess
M/S Sonesta Nile Goddess
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M/S Sun Boat IV
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Steam Ship Sudan
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