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Saga Pearl II

Be part of her farewell season

A final chance to sail on our smallest gem

Saga Pearl II is about to embark on her final cruises to an array of exciting destinations under the Saga flag. It’s your last chance to sail aboard this beautiful yacht-like ship with her traditional teak decks and nautical décor. She’ll treat you to small-ship cruising at its very best, where staff and guests get to know one another and share a really friendly time on board.

You’ll also enjoy Saga Pearl II’s speciality… cruising into small ports off the tourist trail such as Caen in France and Puerto del Rosario in Fuerteventura. She can even sail you inland along the River Garonne for an overnight stay in Bordeaux.

Luckily, there’s still time for you to enjoy a final cruise aboard Saga Pearl II, and even take advantage of some special offers. For a limited time, you can sail all inclusive from just £125 per person per night.

This makes for incredible value, especially when you consider how much we include in the price.


Take a tour on board Saga Pearl II

In just a click you can take a look around our yacht-like ship with ease. See just how much she fits in to her beautifully-small dimensions.

Saga Pearl II will be fondly remembered as one of the last truly small boutique vessels. That’s why she’s inspired unparalleled loyalty amongst both guests and crew. We all simply adore sailing aboard her.

Eddy Deneaghal, Former Hotel Director, Saga Pearl II

A weight18,591

Gross register tonnage

A passenger449

Guest capacity

A crew shoulder board252

Ship crew

A side view of a ship to indicate its length539.2ft

Overall length

A ship's width, known as beam74.1ft

Max beam

A paintbrush with paint drip2017

Last refurbishment

Saga Pearl II sailing by the sun topped peaked mountains of Norway

Deck plan

Saga ship Captain Julian Burgess chats on board.

Saga Pearl II blog

For a more informal dining experience, head for the Verandah

Cruise calendar

A choice of nautical cabins

Saga Pearl II may be a smaller ship, but that doesn’t mean there’s a compromise on personal space – and it’s surprising just how light, bright and well designed the cabins are.

Saga Pearl II Cabin 98 is a Grade A (a grand suite with balcony)

Absolutely brilliant – Saga Pearl II is such a friendly, small ship.

Jan and Jim Grant, Surrey

Do as much or little as you like

When you're not exploring ashore, you'll find so much to keep you busy around the ship. Inside and out, there are spaces to relax or get active, from the luxurious Spa to one of the most impressive libraries on the ocean wave.

A choice of restaurants

Choose your favourite venue

Full waiter service or buffet? Open seating or the same table each dinner time? When it comes to dining on Saga Pearl II, it's all about choice – your choice – and there are two-free-to-dine restaurants offering different experiences.

What a ship. What a fantastic way to see the world. The staff and crew, well what can you say. Superb! We fell in love with cruising from that day on.

Susan and Derrick Neale, Surrey

A packed programme of entertainment

This ship offers plenty of entertainment and activities, all tailored exclusively for you. This includes painting and photography classes, music recitals, talks, quizzes, films in the cinema and much more.