The largest of Nour El Nil's four dahabiyas, Meroe provides an expansive deck and spacious rooms and suites.
Meroe is the pride of Nour El, offering guests the most spacious cabins, a large salon and a deck that provides ample space for everyone to enjoy their privacy or to mingle with one another. Built in 2007, Meroe has been a favorite with travellers wishing to privatize a dahabiya for their own group or those simply wishing to have the most luxurious experience on the Nile. Aboard Meroe you will be taken care of by a staff of over 15, ensuring that you are afforded all the luxuries and delicacies we have to offer.
Meroe is ideally suited for those who want to experience the pinnacle of Nour El Nil’s dahabiyas. Meroe is recommended for travellers more concerned with comfort and space than with the cost of a cruise.
Meroe can be chartered for your own private group at a rate of €34,000 Per Week. Meroe has a maximum capacity of 20 passengers.
2050 Euros Per Person
The two Panoramic Suites aboard Meroe are the pinnacle of Nour El Nil’s luxurious accommodations. With expansive Nile views, floor-to-ceiling folding windows, immaculate design and a King Size bed, this is the most opulent way to sail down the river. The en-suite includes a shower, toilet and wall-to-wall mirrors.BOOK TODAY
1700 Euros Per Person
The most spacious of Nour El Nil’s cabins, Meroe’s Luxury Rooms offer ample space to relax, while three sliding windows provide plenty of opportunity for enjoying the beauty of the Nile. Available in a King Size or Twin bed layout. The en-suite includes a shower, toilet and wall-to-wall mirrors.BOOK TODAY
"You can walk in the desert, swim in the river, sunbathe on the deck or kick back in your chic room with its super-comfortable bed. As for the crew, they're as good as their boat, a highlight of your cruise."
"Thank you for the fabulous memories. Of all the places I’ve been lucky enough to visit, your Nile cruise remains at the top of my list!"
"When we landed in Aswan, every passenger waxed ecstatically about the trip, from the Hong Kong bankers on the other dahabiya to the little boy Sacha from Switzerland."