The popular Rex Rheni is reserved exclusively for Saga, which means all on-board activities are designed with you in mind, and as we have total control over the itineraries we'll make sure you will visit the most interesting destinations and follow the best route!
The friendly crew will soon make you feel at home, and it's easy to get to know and socialise with your fellow travellers – oh, and there won't be any language barriers either, as all announcements made in English. The ship offers great on-board facilities and a relaxing environment, ensuring you enjoy your days of cruising as much as your time ashore.
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.
Cabins are situated over three decks. They are compact, comfortable and air conditioned with a seating area, storage space and twin beds. Facilities in your cabin include a television, telephone to reception, reading lights, wardrobe, and shower room with wc. A safe is available for a small charge, plus Wi-Fi internet access is available for an extra charge.
Your time on Rex Rheni 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.
The large windows in the bar/lounge are ideal for viewing the landscapes you cruise through.
If you're staying on board in the evening, there might be a pianist playing, perhaps music to dance to, and occasionally local performers are invited on board to put on a show.
The sun deck's the place to be in fair weather, as you'll obviously get the best views from here (you can get ice creams too!)