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  Amadea (Phoenix Reisen)

Amadea | Phoenix Reisen
cruise ship Amadea at the Columbus Cruise Center in Bremerhaven (Germany)
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Amadea | Phoenix Reisen
cruise ship "Amadea" at the Columbus Cruise Center (Columbuskaje) in Bremerhaven, Germany
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Amadea | Phoenix Reisen
cruise ship "Amadea" on the river Weser, leaving from Bremerhaven, Germany
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AMADEA FACTS

Description
MS Amadea is operated by Phoenix Reisen of Germany. She started sailing as the MS Asuka. The ship has a crew of 250 - 280 mostly European and Filipino staff, and the language onboard is German. The interior is spacious with large restaurants, ample lounges and bars including the two-storey Atlantic Ocean lounge. The ship has been designed so that all cabins are outward facing. The ship was last renovated in 2011. People with a disability are catered for, with five lifts and two accessible cabins,

History
The ship was built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Nagasaki in Japan in 1991, and commenced service as Asuka sailing for Nippon Yusen Kaisha of Japan. She was acquired in 2006 by Phoenix Reisen and renamed Amadea.

Dining
There are two restaurants with a total 630 seats. There is also the Lido Café.

Entertainment
entertainment includes a nightclub at the Copernicus bar, and classical music at the vista bar, with shows in the two-storey Atlantic Ocean lounge. The ship has a total seven bars, observation lounge, library, fireplace room and Internet Cafe

There is a large spa area, beauty salon, gym, massage, sauna, steam baths and Jacuzzis. Sporting facilities include outdoor swimming pool, promenade with jogging path, shuffleboard, golf course.

Cabins
Accommodation options include royal suites, suites, cabins. There is a choice of single, two bedroom and three bedroom cabins. All cabins are outside (no inside cabins), with 106 cabins having a private balcony. There are two cabins catering for passengers with a disability.

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Ship Summary
Operator:Phoenix Reisen
Built by:Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Nagasaki, Japan
Date Completed:1991
Gross Tonnage:29000
Length:193 m
Width:25 m
Decks:8
Passengers:624
Crew:280
IMO:8913162