Launching Summer 2020, experience Saga Cruises’ new luxury ship... Spirit of Adventure's maiden season is now on sale. Taking to the oceans in the Summer of 2020, Saga’s second new ship is being built by the same expert team at the Meyer Werft shipyard. She's a beautiful sister to Spirit of Discovery, but with a host of surprises all her own, including two new speciality restaurants and vibrant new cabins, all with a private balcony for every guest.
The Saga difference is all the little touches throughout your time on board. Whether it’s including gratuities and porterage, to complimentary afternoon tea or the nightly turn-down service, they all add up to a big part of your cruise experience. Always with the same high levels of service from Saga’s friendly crew. With two staff to every three guests, you’ll always be well looked after.
While 999-passenger Spirit of Adventure will be the same shape and size as sister ship Spirit of Discovery (launching July 10, 2019), their strong, individual interior designs will create ‘separate identities’ says Saga’s New Build Director David Pickett.
The spectacular Spirit of Adventure combines all the design cues, luxury and personality of the world’s top boutique hotels whilst visiting an array of spectacular destinations.
Spirit of Adventure is delighted to introduce a world first: a Nepalese restaurant on the ocean wave. Saga’s hometown of Folkestone has strong links with the local Gurkha community, and Khukuri House is an ode to this heritage.
The Living Room is the beating heart of the ship where it’s easy to meet up and socialise. Enjoy drinks, or simply relax during the day. While in the evenings, the Living Room becomes a champagne bar, open until late.
Rivalling anything you’ll find on land; Spirit of Adventure’s second speciality restaurant offers Italian-style fine dining. Look forward to a mouth-watering menu of Mediterranean dishes, with an emphasis on Tuscan preparation.