Refitted Princess Anastasia starts the new Italian style cruise season by Moby SPL
A wonderful cruise that every day will take around the tourists on the Baltic Sea. On March, 25, Ferry "Princess Anastasia" came back to Saint Petersburg and restarted offering wonderful cruises to Tallinn, Stockholm and Helsinki under the new company Moby SPL. Further to a three months refitting by an European professional team, the ferry will be ambassador of the "Made in Italy" on the market Baltic.
Photos: Anita Reiman© Text: Moby SPL
Thanks to the successful partnership between Moby and St. Peterline, "Princess Anastasia", though retaining its unique and authentic Russian flavor, will inspire its passengers to new Italian style amazing journeys.
Princess Anastasia has most important Italian brands: very great products of perfumes, cosmetic and make-up, jewelry and watchmaking, every type of clothing and a lot of toys for kids.
The sides of vessel were painted by Riccardo Guasco, a world class Italian designer who worked with Armando Testa, the biggest Italian communications group in the world.
On board there are 834 cabins and a car deck for 580 cars.
During the journey, guests will enjoy a lot of services aboard: spa, gym, beauty salon, cinema and playroom for children, pub and nightclub. The show program aboard the ship is presented by the brilliant Italian artists and St. Petersburg Music Hall Ballet Theatre.
The Strong point onboard is the speciality foods offered by the ferry restaurants: the best of Italian cuisine, with Mediterranean delicious dishes that certainly impresses the clients: pasta, olive oil, vinegar, sauce, cheeses, cold cuts and more. Everything exactly Italian! Moreover for passengers are available typical wines and spirits. Oreste Romagnolo, great chef by Orestorante, a very important Italian fish restaurant, studied menu on board. A modern cooking, but in the same time close to the traditional Italian dishes.
The passengers of the ferry "Princess Anastasia" as always can enjoy the unforgettable comfort of the cruises. Passengers can travel from the Baltic cities to St. Petersburg and travel to Tallinn, Stockholm and Helsinki.
Passengers arriving and departing on the ferry, can as usual, stay in St. Petersburg visa free within 72 hours.
Passengers from all the countries all over the world can easily book the convenient cruise online - in different languages and with payment by credit card on the websites www.stpeterline.com; www.stpeterline.fi; and in travel agencies worldwide.
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