Cruises in the Baltic Sea
Let yourself be charmed by the cruise in North Europe on the Baltic Sea
The cruise in North Europe on the Baltic Sea
A story that’s still young, full of enthusiasm and keen to grow: these are the ingredients that in 2016 gave rise to the partnership between MOBY and the Russian shipping company St. Peter Line.
Come on board our Princess Anastasia and spend four dreamlike days cruising on the Baltic Sea in northern Europe!
The ship can carry up to 2500 passengers, with more than 800 cabins offering all comforts to make your cruise truly unforgettable. On the Princess Anastasia you will also find restaurants and bars to suit all tastes. And after dinner, the fun begins: you can choose from musicals directly from Broadway, traditional pubs with live music playing all night and spaces for those who don’t want to miss top sports events even on holiday.
To make the hours you spend on your cruise even more delightful and enjoyable, you will find play areas for the kids, a spa area and a Cinemark with three shows a day.
And if you like to do a bit of shopping on holiday, our duty free is ready for you: an encounter between European and Russian traditions where you can buy toys, accessories, beauty products close and much more besides.
But it’s not just the ship! The real surprises are the places you can visit during your five-day holiday…
St Petersburg, which many call the most northerly metropolis in the world, was for a long time the capital of the Russian Empire and the Czars. Today it’s one of the liveliest artistic and cultural centres in Europe.
Helsinki, one of the most beautiful cities in northern Europe, is characterised by its Nordic style: here traditional wooden constructions mingle with more modern architecture, but always with solemn elegance and sobriety.
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is famous all over the world for its ancient mediaeval city, that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Riga, the capital of Latvia, is the largest city of the Baltic Republics. It’s a nerve centre for the politics, culture and economy of the country.
Finally Stockholm, the capital of Sweden famous not just for its architecture but also for the Nobel Prize and Museum.
Want to know more about the coming departures? Visit the official site.