- 40 guests
- year built
- crew members
- 7 crew members
- 154 feet
- 29.5 feet
- cruising speed
- 10 knots
M/V Prestige is a sleek 40-guest small ship built in 2014. At 154 feet, she offers roomy cabins with private bathrooms, a whirlpool on deck, state-of-the-art amenities and the freedom to enjoy the Mediterranean waters she cruises in. Being one of the newer ships sailing in the Mediterranean, the Prestige guarantees the most modern of comforts and a clean European aesthetic.
AdventureSmith Explorations’ Prestige review includes a description of the small ship including deck plan and photo gallery. Our Mediterranean experts have been aboard many of the first-class vessels cruising the Adriatic Sea. Please read our Prestige review below then contact our small cruise ship and yacht experts to discuss all Mediterranean cruise options.
Choose the Prestige if you are seeking an upscale and affordable small ship, with rooms that are comfortable but not overly luxurious. She is the newest of a modern fleet of deluxe yachts. Built in 2014, she is the sister ship to the 2011-built M/V President, with similar specs and features. The Prestige has an abundance of space and public areas including the restaurant-salon with its large windows, comfortable seating, bar and dining facilities with an outdoor terrace. She is the right choice for you if you would like to spend a majority of leisure time on the huge sun deck with its plunge pool, sun-chairs and large shaded area.
Common Areas Aboard Prestige
Prestige’s dining room can accommodate all passengers in a single seating. The restaurant includes a bar area with LCD TV and an outdoor lounge area for sipping drinks and socializing al fresco. Wireless internet access (Wi-Fi) is available and included in the cruise fare.
Take full advantage of each Mediterranean vista from the sprawling sundeck with comfortable seating and lie-back chairs. The Prestige also offers a platform with drop-down ladders for easy swimming access, as well as a whirlpool on the back deck for the ultimate relaxation. Outdoor showers and public restrooms make cleaning up after a day’s ocean adventures a breeze.
Cabins & Deck Plan Aboard Prestige
Modern cabins aboard Prestige are equipped with air conditioning, safe deposit box, fire alarm and an audio system for captain and tour director announcements. Each cabin also has life jackets, a small desk and low stool, wardrobe, night stand, over-the-bed reading lights, small sofa and porthole window. Bathrooms are equipped with toilet, shower, wash basin and hair dryer.
Main Deck Cabins
Prestige offers 12 cabins on its Main Deck. The forward-most cabin in the bow of the ship has fixed twin beds while all others can be configured as twins or double beds. Forward cabins open to an interior hallway, while aft cabins open to the exterior of the ship. Main Deck cabins have a larger porthole that can open.
Lower Deck Cabins
Prestige’s Lower Deck includes 8 cabins. Three cabins have fixed twin beds while five rooms can be configured with twin or double beds. Lower Deck cabins are located at the waterline and have smaller portholes that cannot be opened.