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Alexander the Great Nile Cruise


Alexander the Great Nile Cruise


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8 Talaat Harb St., Cairo, Egypt








Description and Services

Jolley's Nile Cruise makes the difference in cruising. We have the highest standards ever imagined for luxury liner of this size. Add to this our attentive personal service and superb dining and entertainment. Jolley's Nile Cruise, a division of Jolley's Travel and Tours, has a reputation all over the world for having the ultimate in service and know-how in Nile Cruising. The ship M/S Alexander the Great is build in Germany by Eimbcke Trading and Shipping of Hamburg. Jolley's Nile Cruise invites you to compare what they have to offer concerning menus, itineraries, originality and perfection. This magnificent vessel has a lavish use of space, 62 fully-conditioned outside cabins, TV's with video circuit, radio, telephone, two lower beds and private facilities with shower


There is a swimming pool, sun deck, boutique, beauty salon and the crew members to pamper each of you passengers. The restaurant seats 133 passengers, therefore one seating per meal will take care of all the passengers on board, no more waiting for the second seating, and then you will be served palatial delicacies of European, American and Oriental varieties. From dining to swimming and sunning around the pool, to enjoying the visits of temples, tombs, museum, conducted by the best professional guides, you will be treated with ultimate courtesy by Egyptians, who are among the most welcoming people of the world. Our Alexander the Great Nile Cruiser complies with the specifications required by Lloyds of London and is fully insured by the said company. Furthermore M/S Alexander the Great was selected as the "Love Boat" on the Nile for the 1985 TV series by Aaron Spelling Productions.


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Last Updated: May 25th, 2011