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The catamarans, specially designed for the shallow waters of the Danube Canal, cross as many as four times a day between Schwedenplatz in the center of Vienna and the sights of the Slovakian capital.
The liner has 106 seats in the passenger cabin, 8 seats in the Captain's Lounge, 12 seats on the open-air deck, panorama windows and an on-board buffet. The boats are equipped with facilities for the disabled and fully air conditioned. Dogs and bicycles can also be carried.
The Twin City Liner and the DDSG's sightseeing ships are docking at the ship station "Vienna City", which opened in 2010. In addition to the ticket sales office, the architecturally impressive building is also home to the "Gate to Bratislava" - an information desk operated by the city of Bratislava - along with the "Motto am Fluss". Here you can find a restaurant and cafe run by the celebrity restaurateur Bernd Schlacher.
Did you know that 300 tons of steel and 750 m2 of glass were used to construct the 127 meter-long, 17 meter-wide and 8 meter-high pier?
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The Twin City Liner departs Vienna and plies along the Danube Canal past the Donau-Auen National Park to Bratislava.