La Bella Vita

La Bella Vita is a stylish 20 passenger vessel that was newly refitted in 2010 to high standards.  Louvred doors open to the side decks to give a perfect viewing platform, whilst above is a huge sun deck with comfortable sun loungers.  There are bikes available on board and an expert tour guide to recommend the best routes to take.

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Constructed in 2005; Refitted in 2010
Measures 140 ft. long 
Ten (10) onboard cabin accommodations
Twenty (20) passenger capacity
Individually Controlled Air Conditioning and Heating


There are five (5) to seven (7) crew members on board La Bella Vita. Their nationalities range from Italian to English to French. Four (4) crew members speak English - Chef, Cruise Director/Tour Guide and the Housekeepers.


  • Salon/Bar
  • Dining Room
  • Sun Deck


Hi-Fi system and compact discs
Ten (10) City Bikes
Chess, cards, backgammon
A small library of books
Internet Access
Binoculars for watching the bird life


La Bella Vita has restricted facilities for passengers with mobility issues. The suites are easily reached but there are staircases to reach the staterooms. There are a few steps onto the sundeck.


The well-planned accommodation of La Bella Vita offers a choice of eight (8) staterooms and two (2) suites. All are air-conditioned twin/double and come with full en-suite facilities.

La Bella Vita Deck Plan
At A Glance

  •  Up to 20 passengers, Classic Traditional

  • From USD$3,890 per person

  • Region: North East Italy Region

  • Access: Venice Train Station or Airport

  • Start City: Mantua

  • End City: Venice

  • Cruise Highlights: tour of historical Venice – including hidden gardens, The Naval Museum, and the Pavilion of Gondolas, tour of Chioggia with its Roman, Etruscan, and Byzantine history, tour of ancient Adria – including the archeological museum, 6th century basilica, opera house and cathedral, private visit to the wine cellars of Villa Widmann-Borletti, & a visit to the Ducal Place in Mantua – with its 15 gardens, 500 rooms, and its 12,000 paintings and sculptures.

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