Elegant, timeless, relaxing… Saga Sapphire is all these things, but with a few little surprises too. A small ship carrying no more than 720 passengers, she is delightfully intimate and welcoming. Enjoy the informal atmosphere, spacious cabins and a host of exciting features… Imagine teeing off before afternoon tea – in the ships’ very own crazy golf course – before relaxing in the quirky Beach Club en route to another incredible destination. Aboard this ship, fun’s the word!
Cabins include a dressing table/writing desk with seating, flat screen television with DVD player, direct-dial telephone and a personal safe and mini fridge. Rooms also feature a wardrobe, mirror and hairdryer. Cabins also benefit from a daily bowl of fresh fruit, a personal cabin steward and a nightly turndown service.
With views from a window or porthole, these cabins include a dressing table/writing desk with seating, flat screen television with DVD player, direct-dial telephone and a personal safe and mini fridge. Rooms also feature a wardrobe, mirror and hairdryer. Cabins also benefit from a daily bowl of fresh fruit, a personal cabin steward and a nightly turndown service.
These larger cabins (up to 270 square feet) have a window, French doors or a balcony and are located on Deck 8 or above for the best views. They include a dressing table/writing desk with seating, flat screen television with DVD player, direct-dial telephone and a personal safe and mini fridge. Rooms also feature a wardrobe, mirror and hairdryer. Cabins also benefit from a daily bowl of fresh fruit, a personal cabin steward and a nightly turndown service.
The most spacious cabin on the ship – up to 680 square feet, these suites have a balcony, and all feature living and dining areas. They include a dressing table/writing desk with seating, flat screen television with DVD player, direct-dial telephone and a personal safe and mini fridge. Rooms also feature minibar stocked with wines, spirits and soft drinks, and a wardrobe, mirror and hairdryer. Cabins also benefit from a full butler service, a daily bowl of fresh fruit, fresh flowers, pre-dinner canapés and a personal cabin steward and a nightly turndown service.
With so much culinary choice in a selection of venues, mealtimes onboard Saga Sapphire are a definite highlight of each day.
Pole to Pole, the main 620-seater restaurant, is a large space, but still retains an intimate atmosphere.
This is thanks to its ‘zones’ – each styled to reflect a different continent. Dine in:
- or the Americas
Dotted with antiques and curios, it’s a sophisticated space to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner, all expertly served by own team of friendly waiters.
The majority of tables are open seating, but if your prefer a fixed-seating table, there are a number of these available.
For something a little different, reserve your table at East to West, the ship’s 64-seater specialty restaurant – for no extra charge!
Here, experience a taste of Asia as waiters serve up the best Oriental flavours in a medley of Asian-influenced dishes.
Make sure you book in advance as its popularity ensures a full house on most nights!
If you’re looking for a more casual dining experience, look no further than the Verandah and Grill.
Here you can pop in for a continental breakfast, buffet-style lunch, or waiter-served dinner prepared as you watch in the fabulous open kitchen.
Seating 100 guests inside and a further 100 on the alfresco verandah, this informal venue offers delicious meals that are light, healthy and fuss-free.
The Saga Sapphire has plenty onboard to keep her passengers entertained. From the energetic Britannia Lounge to the panoramic views from the Drawing Room, there's an area to suit all moods.
Visit The Beach Club, where you'll find beach huts and a decidedly British seaside vibe - it's the perfect place to soak up the sun!
Take a splash in the large outdoor pool, or sit and relax on one of the many deck chairs.
Grab an ice cream or a handful or sweets from the counter, or enjoy a gourmet spin on the classic British dish, fish and chips!
During the day, soak up the sun on one of the may sunloungers at View from the Top, or relax in one of the two hot tubs.
In the evening, sit back and watch a film under the stars on the big screen as it becomes an open-air cinema.
During the day the Britannia Lounge is the venue for dance classes, quizzes, music recitals and much more.
And although, she's every inch a modern ship, Saga Sapphire still retains the finest of cruising traditions - the lounge hosts a tempting afternoon tea each day.
But it's as the sun sets that this area is transformed, as singers, instrumentalists and the ship's own resident theatre company take to the stage for dazzling evening entertainment.
Not just about cuisine and activities, the Saga Sapphire also hosts inspirational and captivating talks. Experts in a variety of areas, the guest speakers offer insight into specific subjects and upcoming destinations.
Whether you want gentle exercise or a more vigorous workout, the Saga Sapphire has plenty to suit your fitness needs. If that's not your thing, then there's the Spa and Beauty Salon for those who just want to be pampered.
There are plenty of opportunities to get active whilst on Saga Sapphire:
- Use their fully-equipped gymnasium
- Walk around the Promenade Deck - complete 6 circuits and you'll have walked a mile!
- Enjoy a round of crazy golf at St Andrew's on the Top Deck
- Visit The Club House - the place to go for table tennis or table football
- Play a game of shuffleboard or deck quoits
Enjoy a spot of pampering
For moments of pure indulgence, visit the luxurious Aqua Spa. Here you can take a dip in the pool, soak in the hot tub. It features state-of-the art:
- Treatment rooms
- Steam rooms
- Heated pool
It's a refreshing oasis of pampering and indulgence with different treatments available:
- Body wraps
For the ultimate treat - enjoy a massage of facial from Decléor, the world's leading aromatherapy skincare brand.
Plus, save money with our pre-bookable on-board spa packages.
Please note: there are no facilities for children onboard Saga Sapphire.
The dress code onboard is smart but casual during the day. Swimwear is restricted to the open decks only.
There are three evening dress codes:
- On formal evenings ladies tend to wear long dresses, cocktail dresses or evening trousers. Men wear a dinner jacket or tuxedo. A dark lounge suit may be worn.
- On informal evenings , ladies usually wear a less formal dress or trousers, and men choose from a lounge suit, sports jacket or blazer with tie.
- On casual evenings, ladies wear an informal dress or trousers, and men an open-neck shirt and smart casual trousers.
Saga Holidays are for anyone 50 and over. A travelling companion or family member travelling with you may be aged 40 or over.
Saga ships have a limited number of cabins adapted for those who suffer from mobility issues. Please contact them before booking to make sure we have these facilities available.
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