Zambezi Queen Overview

Designed specifically for wildlife viewing, the intimate 28-passenger Zambezi Queen made her debut in one of the world’s most captivating places, Africa’s legendary Chobe River. As she drifts along the river, animals perceive no threat, affording you with once-in-a-lifetime up-close game experiences. Additionally, to ensure no harm to the environment, the eco-friendly Zambezi Queen uses a water jet propulsion system, fuel-efficient and low-emission generators, and a solar heating system. An enclosed, air-conditioned dining room, lounge and bar grace the top deck, as well as an open-air Sun Deck complete with plunge pool. Suites feature private balconies where you can enjoy unobstructed views of the river and African landscape. Throughout the day, be treated to complimentary South African wines, beer, local spirits, soft drinks and bottled water. And on one special night, enjoy an African-themed dinner with traditional dishes and entertainment.
  1. TECHNICAL DATA
  2. Built2009
  3. Renovated2015
  4. Built inNamibia
  5. Length150 feet
  6. Width25.6 feet
  7. Crew22
  8. Staterooms14
  9. Suites4
  10. RegistryNamibia
  11. Home portKasane

Life On Board At A Glance

Zambezi Queen

DECK PLAN

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Dining Room
2
Lounge
3
Pool Deck
4
Gift Shop
5
Cruise Manager’s Desk
6
Boarding Area
Stateroom Categories
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    MS
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    SA
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    SB

Luxurious STATEROOMS

Category MSLower & Middle DeckPrivate Balcony with Sitting Area, 300 sq. ft.
Category SALower & Middle DeckPrivate Balcony, 235 sq. ft.
Category SBMiddle DeckPrivate Balcony, 215 sq. ft.
  • In-room temperature control and fan
  • Deluxe hotel-style bedding and oversized king beds (can also be configured as two single beds)
  • Spacious en-suite bathrooms
  • Large wardrobe, full-length mirror, hair dryer, toiletries, bathrobes and slippers
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows, sliding glass doors and sliding shutters for privacy and protection from the sun
  • Outside balcony
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi and electronic safe
  • Complimentary bottled water replenished daily

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