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Cruise ship name: Van Gogh

Cruiseline: Van Gogh Cruise Line Limited Size: Small
Rating: Budget Officers: Ukranian
Tonnage: 15420 Crew: 250
Built: 1975 Passengers max: 780
Refit: 1999 Passengers min: 550
Average user rating: star
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In July 2009, Van Gogh was sold to Cyprus-based Salamis Cruises. Van Gogh is due to replace MS Salamis Glory on short cruises out of Limassol.

First entered service in 1975, last refit in 1999. A small but attractive looking ship which offers plenty of facilities so you can pamper yourself including a hair salon and fitness centre. Alternatively you can enjoy the latest releases in the cinema, together with a full entertaiment programme.
Standard cabins are compact with limited storage.
Superior cabins and Suites are of a good size, with good storage and include a full-size bathtub. All cabins include air conditioning.
Passengers on the Van Gogh tend to be British and 50+.
families Families
Dedicated children's club with supervised activities for all ages during the school holidays.
The Nautilus Restaurant offers reasonable food and service. There is no alternative dining. The restaurant is no smoking.
entertainment Entertainment
Live cabaret in the Club Live Show Lounge. Library, casino, nightclub plus a cinema.
sports and fitness Sports & Fitness
Deck space is good for sun bathing, fitness facilities include a fitness centre, beauty salon, sauna, plus a sea water swimming pool.
disabled Disabled facilities
This ship is not recommended for disabled passengers due to access problems..
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