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A beautifully restored classic liner

Originally built as a trans-atlantic liner

Astoria was reconstructed in 1994 and transformed into a beautiful, contemporary cruise ship. Catering to just 550 guests, the ship is both quaint and elegant, with plenty of intimate spaces, and offers attentive and friendly service.


There are a range of inside cabins and ocean-view cabins for twin or single occupancy, as well as luxurious suites. Single cabins are subject to a supplement and availability. All cabins are en suite and come equipped with a television, hairdryer and personal safe.

A side view of a ship to indicate its length160.07 m (525.1 ft)


A ship's width, known as beam21.03 m (68.9 ft)


A champagne bottle on a string1948

Maiden voyage

A paintbrush with paint drip2013


A passenger550

Passenger capacity

A crew shoulder board280

Officers & crew

A ship with decks8

Passenger decks

A cabin with arrows indicating size10.8-30.28 sq m (117-326 sq ft)

Approx. twin cabin size

Life on board

Astoria offers a more traditional maritime experience in cosy surroundings, with a wide range of comfortable lounges and stylish leisure facilities. When you want to relax, head to the spa to take advantage of a wide range of treatments. There's also a card room if you fancy a few hands of bridge, and library for when you need a bit of peace and quiet with a good book. In the evening, you are invited to take your seats in the Calypso Show Lounge for a show of song and dance or to enjoy the talents of one of our guest acts. Cabaret performances will certainly keep you entertained well into the night. And, for the night owls, there’s dancing in the Night Club.

Bars, restaurants and lounges

  • Olissipo Restaurant
  • Lotus Buffet
  • Steak House
  • Calypso Show Lounge
  • Sirenes Bar
  • Lotus Pool Bar

Sports, activities and entertainment

  • Casino
  • Cinema
  • Fitness centre
  • Wellness Centre spa
  • Card room
  • Outdoor swimming pool


  • Wi-Fi
  • Health and beauty salon
  • Library
  • Shops and photo gallery


You have a choice of three restaurants aboard Astoria. In the Olissipo restaurant you can look forward to buffet breakfasts and five-course lunches, and dinners. Alternatively, the Lotus Buffet offers buffet style dining offers a relaxed and informal atmosphere, with the option to dine alfresco on the Pool Deck. Or perhaps treat yourself to an eight-course dinner at the Steak House (extra charge).

Deck plan

Astoria deck plan