M/S Juno - main deck cabin

All cabins on main deck (lower deck) are outside cabins with a porthole and open into the hallway. The cabins are charming and tastefully decorated, but small (the size of a sleeping compartment on a train). They are fitted with bunk beds and a washbasin with hot and cold water. Shared showers and toilet facilities are provided on all decks.

M/S Juno was built at the Motala shipyard and launched in 1874. Today she is the world’s oldest registered ship with overnight accommodation. M/S Juno sails on all 4-day cruises.


Cabins: M/S Juno has 29 cabins on three decks (category C = main/lower deck, category B = shelter/middle deck, category A = bridge/upper deck).

All cabins are tastefully fitted with brass details and attractive textiles. The cabins are small and cosy, giving an impression of how people once travelled. Please note that the bunk beds vary in length from 175-195/200 cm. Should you prefer one of the cabins with the longest beds, we ask you kindly to specify this at the time of booking (this will be granted depending on the height of the travellers). On main deck, there is also one “honeymoon cabin” with a queen-size bed (120 cm) available at a small supplement. If you prefer this cabin, please let us know. 


Read more about the Göta Canal cruise.