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Zambezi Queen Overview

With a design specific for safari river cruising on the Chobe River, the 28-passenger Zambezi Queen offers a sophisticated onboard experience designed to maximize animal sightings. Your comfort is ensured when staying in any of the 14 air-conditioned balcony staterooms (which range up to 300 sq. ft), all decorated in contemporary style. The air-conditioned top deck of the ship offers a dining room, lounge, bar and pool area for your comfort. Enjoy game watching from your stateroom, or visit the top deck for a beverage, sun bathing and more game watching. Peruse the library of books, enjoy a board game and explore the riverbanks of the Chobe River on the Zambezi Queen.
  1. TECHNICAL DATA
  2. Built2009
  3. Renovated2015
  4. Built inNamibia
  5. Length150 feet
  6. Width25.6 feet
  7. Crew22
  8. Staterooms10
  9. Suites4
  10. RegistryNamibia
  11. Home portKasane

Life On Board At A Glance

Zambezi Queen

DECK PLAN

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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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