The riverboat owner Riseday operates three boats and has a fourth on the way, under construction in Slovakia and planned to enter service in June 2021.

The 157-passenger Princess Sisi is 111-meter long vessel with a crew of 40. She was built in 2000 and refurbished in 2015.

The 170-passenger Princess Isabella features 125.5 meters long with a crew of 42. She was built in 2002 and refurbished in 2011.

The 144-passenger Princess Katharina is 110 meters in length with a crew of 35. She was built in 1991 and refurbished in 2015.

All three river cruise ships are registered in Malta, Riseday’s headquarters. The company also has offices in Slovakia.

Riseday charters its ships for largely German-speaking cruises with an easy-going, “nothing is a problem” attitude, said Ivan Sivak, Managing Director. Riseday ships sail the Danube about 90% of the time, generally at more than 80% occupancy.

“We try to keep our ships in the best possible technical shape. We pay much attention to standards onboard: safety, hygiene, etc.,” said Ivan Sivak, Managing Director, Riseday –
“Riseday’s four-star product puts a special emphasis on food, especially elegant presentation.”