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  Artania (Phoenix Reisen)

Artania | Phoenix Reisen
Cruiseship Artemis, departing from Rotterdam, photo taken in Vlaardingen, NL
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ARTANIA FACTS

Description
The MV Artania cruise ship is operated by Phoenix Reisen Cruises. At the time she was built in 1984, the ship was the most innovative ship in the world introducing public areas on the lower decks with blocks of cabins above them, making her the first cruise ship with all outside cabins, and the first ship to provide standard cabins with balconies. The ship is child free.

Destinations
Cruise destinations include the Mediterranean and the Baltic.

History
Artania was built in 1984 by in Helsinki as the MS Royal Princess for Princess Cruises. She transferred to P&O cruise fleet in 2005 and renamed Artemis. She sailed with P&O Cruises until April 2011, when she was transferred to Phoenix Reisen as Artania.

Dining
Dining options include a choice of three restaurants, as well as a number of bars and other eating places.

Entertainment
Entertainment includes seven bars, library, spa, whirlpool, two swimming pools, show lounge, cinema.

Cabins
The ship has 594 passenger cabins, all of which are outside staterooms - there are no inside staterooms.

Related Cruise Ships
  Albatros (Phoenix Reisen)
  Amadea (Phoenix Reisen)

Ship Summary
Operator:Phoenix Reisen
Built by:Wärtsilä, Helsinki New Shipyard, Finland
Date Completed:1984
Length:230.6 m
Width:29.6 m
Decks:8
Passengers:1260
Crew:537
IMO:8201480