The Eugenie was proudly named to evoke an historic event in Egypt's recent past: the grand opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, attended by the crown heads of Europe including the Empress Eugenie of France. The completion of the Suez Canal marked Egypt’s passage into modernity, and a new era of international trade and interaction.
Likewise the Eugenie, the first ship to sail Lake Nasser, launched a new era of tourism, offering travelers fresh vistas of Egypt’s natural beauty and archeological treasures. Lake Nasser extended the boundaries of Egypt’s touristic possibilities, while the Eugenie reminds us of this ancient country’s endless capacity for renewal.
The M.S. Eugenie was constructed in 1993 in the style of a turn-of-the-century Nile steamship. It is 74 meters long, with just 52 cabins for maximal comfort, and two luxurious suites. Each cabin has an ensuite bathroom with shower, washbasin, w.c. and hairdryer.The Eugenie’s facilities include a sauna, steam bath, exercise equipment, sun decks, a swimming pool, air-conditioning and state-of-the-art water filtration systems.
The magnificent "Imperatrice Suite" including a large terrace, a large bed, ensuite bathroom with jacuzzi, shower, w.c., two washbasins and a hairdryer. The suite contains dining and sitting areas, all with authentic antique furnishings. The Imperatrice Suite is located at the very front of the Upper Deck.
The Royal Suite "De Maria" includes a large balcony, a large bed, ensuite facilities (bath, shower, w.c., washbasin, hairdryer) as well as a sitting area with antique furnishings. This suite is located at the Upper Deck, starboard side. Book Eugenie Nile Cruises is very good choise to spend your holiday at Lake Nasser. Eugenie Nile Cruises booking is affordable and will be your unforgettable Nile Cruise.
A trip aboard the Eugenie is an aesthetic experience; its interior decor the tasteful product of collaboration between internationally known designers. Book Eugenie Lake Nasser Nile Cruises and Enjoy the spacious main lounge reminiscent of Edwardian times, the earth-toned Safari Lounge and the ship peaceful and welcoming library.