MS Nautilus

Built in 2019, the MS Nautilus offers style and comfort at a more budget-friendly price, allowing passengers to enjoy luxuries while exploring Croatia’s fascinating walled cities, charming medieval villages and magnificent scenery. Enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere with low passengers to crew ratios that ensure the utmost in impeccable service.

M/S Nautilus Overview

An eye-catching ship that’s ideal for accessing those smaller, out of the way ports, the deluxe MS Nautilus accommodates up to 38 passengers in 19 en-suite, air-conditioned cabins to ensure a more intimate experience for all. She’s about 161-feet-long and 29-feet-wide, providing plenty of space to stretch out along with luxurious comforts, indoors and out, like the sundeck with loungers and a Jacuzzi, as well as an elegant salon.


There are 19 modern, well-appointed cabins spread across three decks on the MS Nautilus. Each one includes a private bathroom with a toilet, sink, shower, and hairdryer. The PA system ensures every guest will hear all announcements made by the captain and cruise director, and safety equipment meeting the latest standards are included too, like a fireproof door, fire alarm, and lifejackets. For your comfort cabins also feature individually controlled air-conditioning, a writing desk and chair, wardrobe and plenty of storage space for luggage.

Facilities & Public Areas

Passengers will find plenty of ways to relax and socialize outside of their cabins. Life onboard the ship typically focuses around the large sundeck where there’s enough loungers for everyone, as well as a hot tub for soaking while surrounded by the endless expanse of the glistening Adriatic and stunning Croatian islands. There’s an area for alfresco dining with table and shares, a covered lounge area and an air-conditioned dining room. Those crystal-clear turquoise waters can easily be accessed via the ladders on the rear platform during swim stops.


Delicious dishes are served on a half-board basis, all freshly prepared by the onboard chef. Meals include a daily buffet breakfast, set 3-course lunches and some multicourse dinners according to the specific itinerary. All are enjoyed in a casual, informal setting, which means you won’t have to worry about packing formal wear. Free fresh fruit, filtered water, coffee and tea are available daily, while soft drinks, beer, wine and spirits can be purchased at the bar, with the tab payable at the end of the trip.

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