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MS Invictus

A sleek, brand-new yacht-like cruiser, the MS Invictus will be launched for the 2020 season. This eye-catching vessel is sure to wow passengers with her many luxuries and elegant look providing the ultimate small-ship cruise. She’ll be able to manoeuvre narrow waterways as well as make berth in the hearts of captivating ancient cities and off-the-beaten path small islands, whilst providing passengers with a tranquil, uncrowded environment for experiencing some of the best of Croatia.

MS Invictus Overview

Designed and constructed in Croatia, the newly built MS Invictus was made to bring passengers where larger vessels cannot go, providing an especially memorable small ship cruise through narrow waterways, anchoring in secluded clear blue bays, into the hearts of bustling Croatian cities and into small island ports. She features 19 double/twin cabins designed for your comfort along with outstanding facilities like the large sundeck with a swimming platform and hot tub.

MS Invictus Cabins

The elegant MS Invictus features cabins ranging from 10- to 13-square-meters, providing passengers with plenty of space, including lots of room for baggage. Each one has private facilities which include a shower, sink, toilet, personal bath products and a hairdryer. All also include a PA system for captain and cruise manager announcements, a satellite TV, safe, and wardrobe. For your safety, all the necessary fear is included as well, like a fire alarm, emergency lights, lifejackets and a fireproof door.

MS Invictus Facilities

Public areas for your enjoyment when not out exploring or relaxing in your cabin, including a lounge with large windows for enjoying the spectacular passing views, and outdoor dining area and an indoor air-conditioned dining room. The sundeck is a popular place to be, but there are enough daybeds for every passenger, as well as a hot tub and rear swimming platform for easy access to the enticing turquoise waters of the Adriatic. With complimentary Wi-Fi onboard throughout the ship, you’ll be able to share your experiences with friends and family back home.

MS Invictus Dining

Delicious freshly prepared dishes are served on a half-board basis. The onboard chef often utilizes the local produce and there will be plenty of opportunities to sample the outstanding traditional eateries whilst in port too. Look forward to a daily buffet-style breakfast, multicourse lunches and some dinners onboard, dining either indoors in the air-conditioned dining room or out when weather permits. Dining is in a casual, informal setting, with no need for formal wear. There’s a bar for purchasing a selection of wine, beer, spirits and sodas, with the tab paid at the trip’s conclusion.

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