Our fabulous “Little Prince” is one of the best first class vessels around! Featuring cabins and public areas that are up to 40% larger than those of any other comparable vessel, the “Little Prince” offers 45 all outside facing cabins that are 16 sq m in size (172 sq feet!) with picture windows, full size twin beds, private bathrooms with showers, TV, radio, telephone and hair dryers! The public areas consist of an elegant restaurant that seats 100, a spacious Panorama lounge and bar with big picture windows, a reception area, small gift display, and a full sized, wheel chair accessible elevator from the Main to the Upper deck! A wonderful crew of 22 plus our own Cruise Managers and live band complement the ship’s excellent hardware, making this “Little Prince” a superb choice for exploring the fascinating “old world” regions of the Southern Danube! Non-smoking except outside decks. Wi-Fi available.
New “KLEINE PRINZ” Danube River Cruise Video
Kleine Prinz River Cruises, Cabin 118 on the Main Deck
Here Dusan will show you cabin #118 located on the Main Deck of the Kleine Prinz or “Little Prinz” ship! Notice the big picure window, regular sized beds and big bathrooms…very comfortable for a ship that holds a maximum of only 90 people!
Cabins aboard the MS Kleine Prinz- cabin # 214 Upper Deck
Follow Dusan as he shows you cabin #214 on the upper deck of the MS Kleine Prinz, sailing the magnificent southern reaches of the Danube in Europe from Vienna, Austria through Bratislava, Slovakia, Budapest, Hungary, Vukovar, Croatia, Novi Sad and Belgrade, Serbia, Vidin, Bulgaria to Bucharest, Romania
Kleine Prinz Ship – Sundeck Views
Follow Dusan as he leads you on a tour of the “Little Prince” the Danube’s cutest river vessel!
Here you will see the huge partially covered sun deck, great for enjoying a cocktail and watching the gorgeous passing coutnryside!
Ship Kleine Prinz – Panorama Restaurant
Check out the Kleine Prinz restaurant with seating for 100 even though maximum capacity is only 90 people! Great food highlighted with at least 1 national specialty from each country that you sail through, from Hungarians Ghoulash to Serbia’s chevapchichi!