Refurbished to a high standard for the 2020 season, the Maxim Gorky is an elegant and modern 5 star ship. Named for the Russian writer who was nominated for the Nobel Literature Prize five times, all of her cabins and suites are outside-facing and have en-suite bathrooms and air-conditioning as standard. Accommodation comprises 2 suites, 33 deluxe double cabins, 12 deluxe triple and 3 standard cabins.
The interior design of the cabins and suites draw their inspiration from Siberia itself. A neutral palette reflects the surrounding landscape and the ethnic heritage of the Nenets and Evenki is also reflected in the décor. Standard cabins can be configured with two single beds or a double, and have a generous wardrobe, fridge, radio, TV and hairdryer. Two large windows mean you don’t miss a thing when in enjoying the privacy of your cabin. Deluxe cabins and suites also provide a spacious living area.
Technical specifications: Passengers - 160 people. Electricity - 220 V.
After the current modernisation, cruise passengers making a voyage on the Maxim Gorky will enjoy a large restaurant and entertainment complex on the boat deck as well as a spa, sauna and gym situated on the sun deck. The spacious cabins enjoy a 22m2 recreation area. Facilities include two bars, a conference hall and cinema as well as medical consulting room and souvenir shop.
These can be configured with two single beds or a double, and come with a generous wardrobe, fridge, radio, TV and hairdryer. Two large windows mean you don’t miss a thing when enjoying the privacy of your cabin as they perfectly frame the scenery that’s passing by.
Treat yourself to a little more space while still benefiting from the elegant design of the standard cabins with an upgrade to a deluxe cabin. The décor is fresh and engenders tranquility and calm. Once again, you’ll be able to soak up the views from within the cabin, and enjoy all of the facilities of the standard cabin, including a double bed, spacious wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio and hairdryer. A cosy living room completes the picture.
The most luxurious accommodation on board are the two suites. The room amenities match those found in the standard and deluxe cabins – once again you can enjoy a double bed (or two twins, should you prefer). A roomy wardrobe, TV, fridge, radio and hairdryer are at your disposal and of course the two large windows make sightseeing from your room a pleasure. Where the suite really scores is in its spacious lounge area, making this more of a luxury retreat than merely a cabin.