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Rex Rheni

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 while aboard Saga's Rex Rheni.

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 are made in English.

The Rex Rheni ship offers great on-board facilities and a relaxing environment, ensuring you enjoy your days of cruising as much as your time ashore.


About the ship

Rex Rheni’s amenities include a lounge with large windows from which you can can enjoy the passing scenery. It's also where you'll find the well-stocked bar and where you can help yourself to complimentary tea and coffee throughout the day.

On the deck below the lounge/bar is the restaurant – an example of the mouthwatering meals served here can be found below.

Up top you'll find the partially-shaded sun deck lined with comfortable sun loungers plus a fitness cycle, table tennis and deck quoits.

The cabins are spread over three decks. All are compact, comfortable and air conditioned with a seating area, storage space and twin beds. Facilities in your cabin include a satellite television, telephone, reading lights, wardrobe, and shower room with wc. A safe is available free of charge.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar/lounge
  • Partially-shaded sun deck
  • Small library
  • Fitness cycle and table tennis
  • Wi-Fi internet access
  • A lift serving the Sun Deck, Promenade Deck and Main Deck

Please note: the steps between decks are steep. The lift serves the decks where you’ll find the lounge and restaurant and a chair lift serves the forward Passenger Deck cabins (numbers 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111 and 112). All other passenger deck cabins can only be accessed by stairs.

A side view of a ship to indicate its length90 metres


A ship's width, known as beam11.4 metres


A river shipWenniger River Cruises B.V.

Cruise line

A champagne bottle on a string1979

Maiden voyage

Maximum passengers151

Passenger capacity

A crew shoulder board25

Officers & crew

A ship with decks4

Passenger decks

A lift buttonYes


A cabin with arrows indicating size11.25 sq m

Approx. twin cabin size

A paintbrush with paint drip2017

Last refurbished

Life on board

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 enjoy the wonderful food!

The sun deck's the place to be in fair weather, as you'll obviously get the best views from here, although the picture windows in the lounge and restaurant ensure you don't miss a thing if it’s too chilly to sit outside.

You won't have to worry about buying too many drinks on board, as you can help yourself to complimentary tea and coffee whenever you like; plus, the free bar, open from midday to midnight, serves non-branded alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. You can also look forward to wine, beer and soft drinks included at lunch and dinner.

The Saga cruise director will always be mingling with guests and making sure everything is 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. Or if you're staying on board there might be a pianist playing, perhaps music to dance to, and occasionally local performers are invited on board to put on a show.


Kick-start the day on the Rex Rheni with a buffet-style breakfast and maybe have 'the full English' to fortify you on excursion days! If you're back on board for lunch this will be a leisurely three-course affair, while dinners stretch to four courses (there's always a choice of main course). As the restaurant is large enough to seat all guests, you'll never be rushed to finish your dessert and make way for the next sitting.

Sometimes there will be special themed dinners, and if you tend to get peckish as the midnight hour approaches, you'll find late-night snacks in the lounge. Keep an eye out for the Rex Rheni ship's extra-special chocolate fondant served with cherries as well – it's their signature dish and always gets five stars from guests!

A typical dinner menu aboard Rex Rheni

  • Smoked turkey with honey and mustard dressing
  • Cream of watercress soup
  • Poached tilapia with shrimp sauce
    Roasted lamb with mint gravy
    Both served with mashed potato and mixed vegetables
  • Apple and wild berry crumble
    Fresh fruit from the buffet
  • Tea and coffee

Vegetarian meals and special dietary requirements can be requested when booking.

Deck plan

Rex Rheni deck plan