- Occupancy: 3,114
- Crew and staff: 1,185
- Tonnage: 137,276
- Length: 311m
- Cruise Speed: 22.5 knots
- Launched: 2001
- Refurbished: 2014
Food & Drink
The large main dining room features a diverse menu and has a capacity to host almost 2,000 passengers. Each if the three floors are named after the famous composers Mozart, Strauss and Vivaldi. The Windjammer Café is a popular alternative offering buffet-style fare for breakfast lunch and dinner while the Café Promenade offers a continental breakfast with light snacks available 24 hours a day.
There are also a number of speciality options including the new trattoria Giovanni’s Table serving traditional Italian food. For less formal dining then Johnny Rockets serves burgers and milkshakes accompanied by pop hits from the 1950s on the jukebox.
For some cooling treats then the ice cream parlour serves a huge variety of flavours from Ben & Jerry’s.
There are a number of bars and lounges on board each with a unique sense of style. The Imperial Lounge has a Chinese influence and in the evening comes to life with live music and a dance floor. There’s lots of live action to be seen in the stylish Gravity Sports Bar. Those looking for a traditional British pub atmosphere can find it in the Duck and Dog pub along with a fine selection of beers.
The Lyric Showlounge spans five decks and accommodates 1,350 people and offers outstanding shows from every seat. Here guests can enjoy big production Broadway-style shows as well as a variety of Cabaret acts and comedians.
The newly installed outdoor movie screen on deck 11 is the perfect place for movie fans to spend some time enjoying films with stunning ocean views as the backdrop.
For those who enjoy gaming, yhe Casino Royale offers a range of slots as well as all the favourite table games including blackjack, craps, roulette and poker.
Even if the weather is tropical outside guests can enjoy skating on real ice in Studio B. This venue also plays host to some spectacular shows where ice dancers dazzle to entertain crowds of up to 900 people.
There’s something for all the family to enjoy on board ship with kids’ clubs available for children from ages 3 to 12 years old. Optix is a dedicated space for teenagers to socialise and features a dance floor, soda bar and several computers.
There are plenty of sporting pursuits to enjoy whether you’re looking for some extreme sports or a something more leisurely. There’s a nine-hole miniature golf course where the whole family can enjoy some golf time. For those who want to practice their swing, there’s a Golf Simulator. Adrenaline junkies can test themselves on the 10 metre high climbing wall. The Fitness Centre hosts a range of cardio and weights equipment and after a good workout guests can get a relaxing treatment in the Adventure Day Spa.
There’s WiFi throughout the ship allowing passengers to stay in touch with all the events from back home, no matter where the ship is anchored.
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