MS Juno is one of the oldest cruise ships still in service. Built in 1874 and refurbished in 2004, the ship features lovely period details like polished brass and rich wood panelling. She was listed in 2004 by the National Maritime Museum, indicating her historical importance.
The ship has a meticulously maintained lounge and dining room, offering delicious traditional Swedish meals and a different view each evening. The menu at lunch and dinner is fixed, with two courses for lunch and three for dinner. A generous breakfast buffet is served every morning except on departure day, when breakfast will be taken at the hotel. The ship won the Great Rail Journeys' Gold Award for Food in 2009.
All 29 cabins are outside and above the waterline. They are small but cosy and tastefully decorated, mostly fitted with upper and lower berths and each has a hand basin. WCs and showers are adjacent in the corridor. We include accommodation in C grade cabins on the main deck; upgrades to the shelter deck and bridge decks are available.