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Was thinking of booking on this MS Mozart and the Danube river cruise for June 2013 with Titan/ Uniworld. Never been on a river cruise before ... I know she is an old ship but do you think we should go on a newer type ship. ? Any advise would be most welcome.
Just because a ship has been built a couple of years ago that doesn´t mean it´s outdated. She´s been well cared and nicely decorated. You won´t see much wear and tear.
Yes agree the photos we have seen of the pool look very inviting.
Thank you once again. J
The lower deck is below the waterline. The windows are scenic windows but you can´t open them. They might be partially submerged. I can´t remember. We´ve been on the lower deck but in 2005 and our cruise didn´t last longer than 23 hours (due to high water we got stuck in Vienna).
The upper deck has French balconies. There are two suites with even 40 sqm.
Thank you for responding with all the great info.
I managed to access Ralph Grizzle's report today and read his wonderful report on Mozart.
I am just waiting for the Agent to call me back and us four will be booking on the good ship Mozart this very afternoon.
Can't wait now and very excited about our first ever river cruise.
Any tips or further details would be very welcomed.
Thanks once again everyone. Happy Holidays - J.