Eleganza - the Queen of Croa­t­ian cruis­ing

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stor­age has been kept to a min­i­mum be­cause most meals are cre­ated from in­gre­di­ents pur­chased fresh each day.

Eleganza has a va­ri­ety of cabin con­fig­u­ra­tions, with queen and twin bed ar­range­ments de­pend­ing on where in the hull each cabin sits. All state­rooms have their own deluxe en­suite and the clever de­sign en­sures com­plete pri­vacy, with no noise at all trans­mit­ted be­tween cabins.

The ship un­der­takes week-long itin­er­ar­ies be­tween Opatija - a two hour drive from Za­greb - and Dubrovnik, with flex­i­bil­ity de­pend­ing on weather con­di­tions to pro­vide an op­ti­mal ex­pe­ri­ence for guests.

APT’S new Queen Eleganza has been cus­tom de­signed for Croa­t­ian coastal cruis­ing, al­low­ing up to 34 pas­sen­gers to en­joy the Adri­atic in supreme com­fort and con­ve­nience.

The ves­sel of­fers a range of pub­lic ar­eas and plenty of space to re­lax, while room for the gal­ley and food

THE cabins are spa­cious with lux­u­ri­ously ap­pointed bath­rooms and soft beds.LEFT: The Queen Eleganza din­ing room is the heart of ac­tiv­ity at meal­times, with break­fasts in­clud­ing eggs to or­der and hot lunches pre­pared on board.In the evening, a bar­be­cue on the sun deck might be on of­fer, or a stroll through a nearby town to check out the lo­cal cui­sine.A range of ex­cel­lent Croa­t­ian wines are served on board, giv­ing guests a true taste of the des­ti­na­tion.

ABOVE: Com­fort­able lounges on the mid­dle rear deck, ideal for read­ing a book, catch­ing up with new friends or just watch­ing the scenery go by.

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