The Rex Rheni is part of our chartered ships. This means it’s exclusive to you – Saga passengers. So you’ll be sailing in the company of like-minded people and enjoying excursions tailored with you in mind.
The Rex Rheni has a restaurant – the food served on board has received Saga’s Good Food award for seven years running… that speaks for itself.
The ship also has a partially shaded sun deck, fitness cycle and table tennis.
Enjoy the views, while sipping your favourite tipple, from the large windows in the lounge/bar area.
Help yourself to buffet-style breakfasts, enjoy three-course lunches and then make room for four-course dinners.
Wine, beer or soft drinks is served with your lunch and dinner and there’s tea or coffee available throughout the day.
In the evenings you can relax in the lounge and listen to live music performed every night. Games and quizzes also take place on some evening. Or if you’d prefer a quiet night, feel free to head back to your cabin – the choice is yours.
Cabins on the Rex Rheni are spread over three decks. They’re compact, comfortable and have air conditioning. Cabins also have a seating area, storage space and ‘pullman’ beds. In your cabin you’ll get a TV, a telephone to reception, reading lights, a wardrobe and a shower room with WC. A safe is available for a small charge. Your cabin is your floating hotel room throughout your cruise.
Swot up on the Rex Rheni’s fact file:
- Length: 90 metres
- Breadth: 11.4 metres
- Maiden voyage: 1979
- Passenger capacity:151
- Officers and crew: 25
- Passenger decks: 4
- Lift: There are steep steps between decks, but one chair lift and one plateau lift are available between the Main, Sun and Promenade Decks. There is no lift to the Passenger Deck
- Approximate twin cabin size: 11.25 square metres.