Don't make the mistake of likening the M/V Aria Cruise Ship to a typical cruise liner. It is more like a five-star floating hotel. Banished from its decks are cramped cabins and tasteless buffet halls. In their place are full rooms boasting queen-sized beds and floor-to-ceiling windows as well as fine dining spaces serving only the best dishes.
Custom-built by Jordi Puig, an architect located in Lima, the M/V Aria Cruise Ship travels along the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve on the northern Amazon River in Peru. Designed for Aqua Expeditions, the M/V Aria Cruise Ship is able to accommodate 32 guests in 16 luxury suites. It also boasts an observation deck, outside lounge, outdoor Jacuzzi, indoor bar and exercise room.