Emerald Liberté is scheduled to launch in April 2017 and will sail on France’s Rhône and Saone rivers. The new river vessel’s public areas feature contemporary, elegant furnishings, modern art and f!oor-to-ceiling windows. The 361 foot long Emerald Liberté can carry 138 passengers and 43 crew.
Emerald Liberté has 54 staterooms and suites over three decks, ranging from Single Staterooms to Owner’s One-Bedroom Suites, which measure 315 square feet with a separate bedroom and living room, enclosed balcony and walk-in closet. Staterooms have infotainment systems, individual air-conditioning, a safe, fridge, hairdryer, hotel-style beds and complimentary Wi-Fi and bottled water daily.
The main dining room on board is the Reflections Restaurant which has open seating. Breakfast and lunch are buffets, while four-course dinners have full table service. The Terrace offers al fresco dining and the Sun Deck’s Sky Barbecue is another casual venue. Beer, wine and softdrinks are complimentary during lunch and dinner.
Emerald Liberté has a heated swimming pool with a retractable roof, which becomes a cinema in the evenings. There is also a mini-golf putting green, a walking track, a fitness room, a massage and beauty centre and a hairdresser on board.
There are no facilities for children and passengers under the age of 12 years are generally not welcomed on board.
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