Zambezi Queen

1 reviews | 296° place out of 611
  • Shipyard Dormac Marine (Walvis Bay, Namibia)
  • Year 2009
  • Length 42.00 m
  • Beam 0.00 m
  • Tons 500 gt
  • Decks 3
  • Cabins 14
  • Passengers 28
  • Crew 22
  • Crew/Pax ratio 1 : 1.27
  • Currency
  • Language English
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The Zambezi Queen was designed specifically for wildlife observation. With a maximum capacity of 28 passengers, the river ship operates in one of the most fascinating places in the world: the legendary Chobe River in Africa. As it slowly flows down the river, the creatures don't feel threatened, offering unique, up-close experiences to admire. In order to preserve the environment in which it sails, the eco-friendly Zambezi Queen uses a waterjet propulsion system and fuel-efficient generators with limited emissions.
The suites have private balconies from which you can enjoy unobstructed views of the river and the African landscape. There is an enclosed and air-conditioned dining room, lounge bar and outdoor sun deck complete with a hot tub on the upper deck. You can enjoy South African wines, beer and local spirits. Do not miss the African-themed dinner with traditional dishes and musical entertainment.
Meri Biagetti

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Emily S @Emi New Contributor (1) 13/07/2023

An incredible Safari Cruise

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The small ship was lovely. There were many seats available and the food was very good. Our cabin was small but well appointed with lots of space and a fantastic, friendly and always available canonist. The rest of the crew was the same. Always available to help and meet your needs. The ship offered day trips early in the morning to see the birds at dawn. The experience is amazing, it is a real Safari.the tours were great as were the guides, the staff could not have been better, and the lodge itself is very nice. Safari's started each day at 6 AM and concluded with an afternoon safari. Here we saw four of the big five, missing only the leopard but the guide tried his hardest to find one. I definitely recommend it!

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Cruised (5 days)
Jun 2023
Who cruised?
United Kingdom

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