Introduction

Livingstone’s difference from other Nile cruise ships is apparent as soon as you step on board. The grand entrance lobby on the Main Deck is a taster of the contemporary classic design throughout the ship. Head to the Lounge Bar Tanya here to enjoy local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from the free bar, open between 11am and 10pm, or to relax with a book or friends. Look forward to nightly entertainment here too.

The stylish and spacious buffet-style main restaurant is located on the lower deck – this is where you'll be spoilt for choice as you help yourself to your breakfasts, lunches and dinners. There is another bar on the Sun Deck where you can soak up the sunshine stretched on a lounger by the swimming pool or in the Jacuzzi – towels are provided.

When you've had enough sun you can retire to the shaded area to cool off and admire the passing Nile scenery - be sure to have your camera with you! As you're on holiday why not slip away to the Spa and treat yourself to a relaxing massage, sauna or steam room.(Treatments here are at extra charge.)

Active types may prefer to head to the gym to make a little extra space for all that delicious international cuisine... In the mood for a little light shopping? There's a boutique/gift shop on board where you might find that item you forgot to pack or some souvenirs! Complimentary Wi-FI is available at reception and the lounge bar. Laundry service is available for an extra charge.

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Main Info
  • Children Allowed
  • Nursery -
  • Smoking Some
  • Style Luxury
  • Decks4
  • Cabins62
  • Size Boutique
  • Ship Type River
  • Wheelchair Cabins-
  • Crew Members75
  • Launch Year2014
  • Currency-
Special Dietary Requirements
Fine dining is an integral part of the cruising experience and we can cater for most dietary needs as long as you let us know in advance. You can make us aware of your requirements at the time of booking or if you have already booked, please contact us.
Disabled Facilities
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.
Dress Code

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.

Age Restrictions
Saga Holidays are for anyone 50 and over. A travelling companion or family member travelling with you may be aged 40 or over.
Deck Plans
Accomodation
Presidential Suite
Royal Suite
Junior Suite
Standard Twin Cabin
Entertainment

Sun Deck

The Sun Deck is where you can soak up the sunshine stretched on a lounger by the swimming pool or in the Jacuzzi – towels are provided.

Reception
Lounge