MS Royal Esadora
The Royal Esadora is a modern 5* Nile cruise boat.
The boat was launched in March 2006 and renovated in 2009 with excellent facilities enabling you to enjoy the very best that the Nile has to offer.
There are large public areas and a good range of facilities on board, including the sundeck with bar, large swimming pool and Jacuzzi.
There are two restaurants on board, one being a buffet style with international cuisine, and the other being slightly smaller offering an à la carte menu. The large modern lounge bar with panoramic views allows you to admire the beauty of Egypt and the Nile as you cruise.
The cruise is offered on a Full Board basis and an All Inclusive option is also available.
The Royal Esadora sails on a Monday.
- Main restaurant serving buffet food
- A la carte restaurant (supplement applies)
- Air conditioned bar
- Lounge with dance floor
- Large Sun deck with bar and swimming pool
- Air conditioned massage room
- Boutique, beauty and gift shop
- Fitness equipment
- Laundry service
- Internet and fax facilities
The main restaurant serves a buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
There is also a smaller, romantic à la carte restaurant (supplement applies).
Lightweight and informal summer clothes are the norm during the day, with shorts and t-shirts being acceptable. In the evening, informal smart/casual attire is expected.
All rooms have:
- Satellite TV
- Air conditioning
- Mini bar
- Bathroom with bath and overbath shower
- Juliet balcony
Suites include all of the above and:
- Private Jacuzzi
- Daily fruit basket
Ms Royal Esadora Excursions - 12 Included
- Luxor & Karnak Temples
- Valley of the Kings
- Temple of Hatshepsut
- Colossi of Memnon
- Luxor Museum
- Temple of Edfu
- Aswan High Dam
- Unfinished Obelisk
- Temple of Philae
- Felucca trip
- Kom Ombo
- Optional trip to Abu Simbel
- Optional trips to the sound and light shows at the Karnak and Philae Temples
- Optional Hot Air Balloon Flight over Luxor
Typical River Nile Cruise Excursions
Please note sailing times and itineraries maybe subject to change, for operational reasons. The Nile cruise boats are not suitable for the less mobile. On Nile cruises English speaking local guides will join you for the visits to the historical sites but they may not travel on the cruise boat with you.
Tipping is expected in Egypt, for your convenience this may be collected at the beginning of the cruise and is normally £28 per person per week, this can be paid in sterling.
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