Chartered exclusively for Saga, Filia Rheni II is a spacious, well-appointed ship that’s proved really popular with Saga's previous guests, receiving both their Top Ship and their one-rosette Good Food awards. She combines a great choice of on-board facilities with friendly and efficient service. All staterooms are deluxe outside with hotel-style twin beds – or double beds can be requested when booking. Both the restaurant and observation lounge have panoramic windows, there’s a swimming pool, fitness area, sauna, separate smaller lounge and internet station.
Most Saga ships have a limited number of cabins adapted for those who suffer from mobility issues. Please contact them before booking to make sure we have these facilities available.
Fine dining is an integral part of the cruising experience and they cater for most dietary needs as long as you let them know in advance.
The dress code onboard is smart but casual during the day. Swimwear is restricted to the open decks only.
There are three evening dress codes. On formal evenings ladies tend to wear long dresses, cocktail dresses or evening trousers. Men wear a dinner jacket or tuxedo. A dark lounge suit may be worn.
On informal evenings , ladies usually wear a less formal dress or trousers, and men choose from a lounge suit, sports jacket or blazer with tie. On casual evenings, ladies wear an informal dress or trousers, and men an open-neck shirt and smart casual trousers.
Saga Holidays are for anyone 50 and over. A travelling companion or family member travelling with you may be aged 40 or over.
All staterooms are deluxe outside with hotel-style twin beds or double beds can be requested when booking.
Each deluxe cabin has a shower and WC (four of the 75 cabins have a bath), safe, and a colour television with satellite channels.
Cabins also have an international telephone, individual air-conditioning controls and a hairdryer.
Your time onboard will be deliciously relaxed, and you won't have to do anything more taxing than gaze at the passing scenery, read a book and watch the scenery go by.
The Saga cruise director will always be mingling with guests and making sure everything's running smoothly. They'll no doubt organise a few impromptu games and quizzes too, for those who wish to join in. After dinner the pace remains just as leisurely. If the ship is berthed, you might like to take a stroll along the river bank – it's very easy to come and go as you please.
Both lounges have panoramic windows so you can enjoy a drink there without missing the views.
There's a partially-shaded sun deck, so whatever the weather you can relax on the sun loungers.