As with the entire Mein Schiff fleet, the focus on Mein Schiff 5 is on well-being and spaciousness. But there are plenty of new features to discover as well: for example the Japanese restaurant Hanami – by Tim Raue that offers a tempting menu created by the two-Michelin-starred chef from Berlin. In the ‘Schmankerl – Entspannt genießen’ restaurant, guests can enjoy Austrian specialties in a relaxing atmosphere.

Strong emphasis has been put on eco-friendly technologies. The tried-and-tested combined exhaust gas cleaning system that uses a desulfurization unit with catalytic converters significantly minimizes the emission levels of Mein Schiff 5. This technology allows sulfur emissions to be reduced by approximately 99 percent and nitrogen oxide emissions by around 75 percent. Energy consumption is a further 4 percent lower than on the sister ship Mein Schiff 3. State-of-the-art technologies thus make Mein Schiff 5 one of the most energy-efficient ships in its class worldwide.

Main Characteristics of the Mein Schiff 5

Gross tonnage99 500
Overall length294 m
Breadth36 m
Draught8 m
Passengers2506