Whether you want to sail aboard sparkling new Saga Sapphire with her stylish modern decor, classic Saga Ruby or small but perfectly formed Saga Pearl II, we have a ship that’s just right for you...
Saga Sapphire - a timeless ship with a modern twist
Launched in March 2012, Saga’s latest cruise ship introduces a contemporary and quirky feel to our classic cruising experience, with plenty of surprises.
A multimillion-pound refurbishment has revitalised all the public areas and cabins, and see the creation of a promenade deck. With ten passenger decks and space for up to 706 guests, she will be the largest Saga ship to date, but still small enough to ensure you never feel lost in the crowd.
Look forward to drinks and live comedy in Cooper’s, a fantastic new venue, meet-up with friends in The Clubhouse, expand your mind in
The Academy, relax in the Spa, or while away a day in the fantastic Drawing Room
Saga Pearl II - a contemporary, yacht-like ship
Completely revamped in 2010, Saga Pearl II has a yacht-like ambience with stylish nautical furnishings. With a maximum of 446 passengers, she offers a particularly relaxed and intimate atmosphere.
Most days the ship is busy with classes, talks and other activities, while in the evenings the Discovery Lounge comes alive with music, dancing and lively shows. The ship’s Library is another highlight – the heart of the ship, it’s an exceptional space complete with sea views, computers and a fantastic selection of books.
As well as a choice of venues for eating, drinking and socialising, Saga Pearl II also has plenty of nooks and crannies where you can get away from it all.
We are pleased to announce Saga Pearl II Classic cruises will resume from 2014.
Saga Ruby - the last truly classic cruise ship on the seas
The fact that so many cruisegoers return to Saga Ruby time and time again is testament to her popular appeal.
An elegant silhouette, wraparound teak decks, and a deep hull that’s made for long-distance cruising are just some of her unique qualities. As the last ever cruise ship to be built in Britain, she has a timeless character that other ships can only aspire to.
Holding no more than 661 passengers, it is very easy to find your way around and make new friends on board.
Saga Ruby’s features are varied and surprising, from grand public rooms to intimate bars and a traditional cinema. Although very much a classic ship, the ship offers a golf simulator, top-deck gymnasium and modern View restaurant too.