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Diana

The Diana was built at the Finnboda shipyard outside Stockholm and launched in 1931. There are 28 cabins today distributed over three decks. The dining room and lounge are found on the middle or shelter deck and the upper or bridge deck boasts a covered aft deck with a perfect view in both sun and rain. The tastefully fitted cabins are small, but cozy, leaving an impression of how people once traveled.

 

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Category A

Category A

These cabins are located on bridge deck ( the upper deck). All the cabins have bunk beds. There is a small window by the side of the door. The door opens onto deck instead of inside corridor, which means that you have to go outside in order to go to the toilet and shower. The stairs to the bridge deck are quite steep. “Extras” for category A include sparkling wine, fruit and a bathrobe in the cabin.

Amenities:

  • Champagne and Fruit Welcome
  • Shared Bathroom
  • Small window

Category B

These cabins are located on shelter deck (the middle deck). On this deck you will also find the dining room and a small lounge. All the cabins have bunk beds. There is a small window by the side of the door or in the cabin door itself. The door opens onto deck instead of inside corridor.

Amenities:

  • Shared Bathroom
  • Small window

Category C - Double

Category C - Double

These cabins are located on main deck (the lower deck) with centre aisle and inside passage to the toilets and showers. Most of the cabins have bunk beds. The cabins have a porthole.

Amenities:

  • Shared Bathroom
  • Small window

Category C - Queen

There are two Queen cabins located on main deck (the lower deck) with centre aisle and inside passage to the toilets and showers. These cabins feature Queen beds. The cabins have a porthole.

Amenities:

  • Shared Bathroom
  • Small Window

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