- Occupancy: 1950
- Crew and staff: 880
- Tonnage: 82,781
- Length: 289.90m
- Cruise Speed: 22 knots
- Launched: 2004
- Refurbished: 2013
Food & Drink
The Meridian restaurant is the main dining room and offers a range of British favourites as well as foods from around the world. The East Restaurant provides fusion cooking with a range of Asian flavours on offer. There are plenty of grilled delights to try, either outdoors by the pool at the Netpune Grill or in the more refined Ocean Grill.
The Piano Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a drink with some timeless tunes from the resident pianist. The Rising Sun has an authentic British pub atmosphere where guests can enjoy traditional pursuits like darts and quizzes. The Crow’s Nest features stunning views and serves as the perfect location for a post-dinner drink. The Aquarius Bar offers an added layer of relaxation by the pool, serving tropical drink and cocktails.
The Palladium is an incredible performing space with seating found over three tiers. Each seat offers a great view of the stage as it plays host to a variety of fabulous entertainers.
The Globe is a nightclub after dark but during the day acts a multi-purpose space hosting a range of events including art auctions and cinema screenings.
The Neptune Pool is located on the Lido Deck and with a retractable glass roof, passengers can swim in any weather. There are alternative swimming venues on board including a hydrotherapy pool and the smaller Aquarius Pool.
A range of activities are available on the Sports Court. This space can be modified for basketball, football, short tennis and even cricket. For some solo exercise, guests might prefer to work out in the well-equipped gymnasium.