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MS Ban

The stylish MS Ban impresses onlookers and wows passengers from the moment they step aboard, with her sleek lines, luxurious comforts and state-of-the-art facilities. She’s large enough to provide plenty of space for all, yet small enough to allow for berth at smaller ports and ensure a more personal experience for guests.

MS Ban Overview

The MS Ban was built in 2017, adhering to high European standards to ensure luxurious comfort and the latest in safety features. She has a maximum capacity of just 38 passengers along with spacious common areas, guaranteeing guests a more tranquil, uncrowded sailing experience for exploring some of the best Croatia has to offer.

MS Ban Cabins

This gorgeous vessel has 19 en-suite, air-conditioned cabins, all with independent ventilation systems to provide continuous fresh air. Each cabin comes with satellite television, ample space for baggage, a wardrobe, writing desk and chair, and necessary safety features, including a fire alarm, emergency lights and life jackets. All have a PA system so that every passenger can hear any announcements made by the captain and cruise manager. Main deck cabins have windows, while lower deck cabins come with portholes.

MS Ban Facilities

The public areas of the vessel provide opportunities for socialising and relaxation. Head up to the expansive sundeck which has enough loungers for every passenger to enjoy sunbathing along with the stunning passing views. If the sun gets too intense, there’s a shaded area too. The Jacuzzi is ideal for stargazing after dark, or anytime when you want to unwind. The dining room is air-conditioned and includes a bar area with a big-screen satellite TV, and there’s a fully covered terrace outside with tables and chairs too.

MS Ban Dining

Guests can expect delicious and satisfying meals, thanks to the onboard chef, who utilizes fresh, local produce whenever possible. Look forward to breakfast buffet-style every morning as well as multicourse set lunches, and some dinners, according to the specific itinerary. All are enjoyed in a casual setting with no formal attire necessary. Other dinners can be enjoyed in port for the chance to sample traditional Croatian cuisine in family-run eateries. There’s a bar on the ship offering a good selection of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, with the total paid at the end of the cruise.

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