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American Waterways and Canada in the Fall

 26th September 2023 | 34 Nights | SouthamptonBalmoralL2323

from: £5229pp

BMB Host and Team
All of our Bridge Cruises have a Bernard Magee Bridge host and a team of helpers.
Daily Bridge
There is a daily session of bridge available as well as seminars on days at sea. All the bridge sessions are optional.
Partners & Parties
We have many single players on board and guarantee everybody a partner. We also have drinks parties to help players meet and mingle and create a nice atmosphere on board.
About this Cruise

Offering a rare chance to revel in the seasonal splendour of scenic waterways and gorgeous coastlines in the US and Canada on board Balmoral, and explore remarkable cities too, this exhilarating North American adventure makes for an unmissable ocean cruise experience.

Many unforgettable sights will punctuate the exploration of North America’s incredible East Coast. Heading to New York, sail the Cape Cod Canal, passing through autumn-coloured woodland and under impressive bridges, before waking to the sight of the iconic Statue of Liberty. Two days in the ‘Big Apple’ affords ample time to see the skyscrapers, shop at world-renowned stores, visit Broadway, Times Square, Central Park and more, before Balmoral takes you beyond New York and along the Hudson River Show less– only accessible to smaller ships – for views of riverbanks resplendent with brown and red fall foliage. Beautiful autumnal scenes will be revealed as glide along the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal to Baltimore, gateway to Washington DC. Once ashore, tour from Baltimore to the US capital and you can take your pick of must-visit sites, such as the White House and Lincoln Memorial.


Elsewhere in the US, perhaps discover the quaint cobbled streets, shops and microbreweries of the Old Port in Portland; and admire the appealing fusion of hi-tech towers and classic Georgian architecture in Boston, home of the famous Freedom Trail. North of the US border, enjoy a taste of Canada’s beautiful Eastern Seaboard, which comes to life in the fall. Visit St John’s, surrounded by stunning Newfoundland countryside and home to the historic Signal Hill; Sydney, perfectly placed for explorations of Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Highlands, the Bras d’Or Lakes and Fortress Louisbourg National Park; and the culture-rich cities of Halifax and Saint John. At each Canadian call, be fully immersed in the natural beauty, fresh air and welcoming atmosphere of this remarkable country. Finally, for contrasting experiences to those enjoyed in North America, Balmoral will take you to the sun-splashed Atlantic Ocean islands of Bermuda and São Miguel, for soothing warmth, inviting crystal-clear waters and glorious beaches.

Your Host
  • Hosts Robin and Hilary Levett
  • Host Lesley Lewis
  • Host Elaine Duff
Long Cruise - Several Hosts

Robin & Hilary Levett

Hilary and Robin Levett live near the coast in St Leonards-On-Sea close to their daughter and granddaughters. Hilary learnt to play bridge when she was 20. Robin, like many people, took it up when he retired. They have enjoyed working on Mr Bridge holidays for the last nine years and are very excited to be continuing with BMB. Their aim is to host casual, relaxed and friendly bridge holidays.

Lesley Lewis

Lesley learnt to play bridge in the sixth form of school and it has been her main hobby ever since. She now plays regularly at clubs and in County and National competitions. Lesley joined the Mr Bridge team in 2011 and has been involved in weekend breaks, New Year celebrations at Denham Grove and many cruises and trips abroad. She has taught beginners’ bridge on the longer cruises and also hosted, delivering seminars. She has described these times as some of the most enjoyable and rewarding of her life.

Elaine Duff

Elaine was born in Yorkshire and although she has spent over forty five years in the south, she still sees herself as a Yorkshire lass. She is a proud grandmother of a boy, 13, and two girls, 11 and 5. She delights in being with them and finds that entertaining them is one of life’s pleasures. As yet, she hasn’t been able to interest them enough to learn to play bridge. Any spare time is taken up with visiting the gym, reading fiction, mainly mysteries, and attending some of the many courses available for retirees.

Itinerary
Accommodation
What's Included

What's included?

  • Comfortable, stylish cabins and suites equipped with a Smart TV, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, a fridge and individually controlled air conditioning
  • A tempting choice of cuisine every day throughout your cruise – with five-course à la carte dinners, casual breakfast and lunch buffets, late-night snacks and much more
  • Unlimited, self-service tea and coffee available 24hrs at selected venues, complimentary afternoon tea* with sandwiches and cakes, and in-room sandwiches and snacks
  • A full programme of evening entertainment, including cabaret shows, comedy, dancing and live music
  • Full use of on board leisure facilities, including swimming pools, Jacuzzis and gym
  • A wide choice of engaging on board activities and lectures throughout the day
  • All UK port taxes (where collectable in advance)
  • Luggage porterage between your cabin and the drop-off/pick-up point
  • Formal welcome and/or Captain’s Drinks Party and Gala Buffet

Chargeable extras
Cruise descriptions include optional, chargeable experiences that may be enjoyed independently and/or with optional Fred. Olsen Shore Tours. *Premium Traditional Afternoon Tea not included. Upgrade to All Inclusive Drinks Package is available as a chargeable optional extra and can be added to your booking up to six days prior to your cruise departing.

Great value offers
Great value offers on selected fares and cabin grades available on this cruise. Please contact our Reservations team for further details.

About Your Ship
Balmoral
Carrying up to 1,350 guests is small enough to navigate narrow waterways such as Kiel Canal and bring inspirational sights and experiences closer to you.

Like the rest of the fleet, Balmoral retains a warm, welcoming atmosphere and features comfortable accommodation and lounges, stylish restaurants and plenty of open-deck space.

American Waterways and Canada in the Fall

 26th September 2023 | 34 Nights | SouthamptonBalmoralL2323
Cabin Prices
Double Occupancy
Single Occupancy
Interior Cabin
160 square feet
Smart TV
Mini Fridge

£5229pp

Ocean View Cabin
165 square feet
Smart TV
Mini Fridge

£6179pp

Superior Ocean View
165 square feet
Smart TV
Mini Fridge

£7599pp

Balcony Room
180 square feet
Balcony
Smart TV & Fridge

Call for latest prices

Superior Balcony
190 square feet
Balcony
Smart TV & Fridge

£11,209pp

Balcony Suite
Up to 430 square feet
Balcony
Smart TV & Fridge

Call for latest prices

Single Interior
160 square feet
Smart TV
Mini Fridge

£8399

Single Ocean View
165 square feet
Smart TV
Mini Fridge

£12299

American Waterways and Canada in the Fall

26th September 2023 | 34 NightsSouthampton | Balmoral | L2323
Depart: Southampton, United Kingdom
The capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador has a rich, colourful history. St. John’s has oodles of old world charm, interesting architecture, historic landmarks, beautiful countryside and a cultural scene as fresh as the Atlantic.

St. John’s first permanent settlers were the British in the mid-18th century, and North America’s oldest city has long been an exploration gateway to the Avalon Peninsula, Cape Spear and the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve. To this day, St. John's is much-loved by visitors who arrive for the chance to see indigenous wildlife such as puffins, whales and other natural wonders.

St. John’s jelly-bean-coloured houses line hilly streets, and the city is home to artists, musicians, and wonderful, cutting-edge eateries. The Downtown district typically offers the best food, pubs, entertainment and shopping, while Signal Hill, one of Canada's National Historic Sites, provides incredible views of the spectacular harbour and surrounding areas.
The capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador has a rich, colourful history. St. John’s has oodles of old world charm, interesting architecture, historic landmarks, beautiful countryside and a cultural scene as fresh as the Atlantic.

St. John’s first permanent settlers were the British in the mid-18th century, and North America’s oldest city has long been an exploration gateway to the Avalon Peninsula, Cape Spear and the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve. To this day, St. John's is much-loved by visitors who arrive for the chance to see indigenous wildlife such as puffins, whales and other natural wonders.

St. John’s jelly-bean-coloured houses line hilly streets, and the city is home to artists, musicians, and wonderful, cutting-edge eateries. The Downtown district typically offers the best food, pubs, entertainment and shopping, while Signal Hill, one of Canada's National Historic Sites, provides incredible views of the spectacular harbour and surrounding areas.
Home to Gaelic-speaking descendants of Scottish settlers, the industrial town of Sydney is the ocean gateway to Cape Breton Island. With easy access to the highlands, the Bras D'Or Lakes and the Fortress Louisbourg National Park, Sydney is the perfect place to start your Nova Scotia adventure.

A guided tour of Old Sydney Town gives visitors the chance to visit the magnificent Fortress of Louisbourg, one of Canada’s National Historic Sites, the Alexander Graham Bell Museum and beautiful Baddeck a small yet enchanting village nearby. The Petersfield Provincial Park is also well worth visiting, thanks to the array of monuments from various cultural eras and fantastic views of the harbour.
The Eastern Canadian port of Halifax is the provincial capital of Nova Scotia with a rich maritime history. A vital part of Canada's infrastructure, Halifax is a major economic centre with many government and public sector companies based here, including the Department of National Defence. Praised for its quality of life, Halifax is a proud, vibrant city that represents modern Canada.The urban city centre is home to a number of landmark buildings, and Halifax’s architecture will suit all tastes.

Its Old Fort, Maritime Museum, Central Library and Art Gallery are all worth visiting and exploring. The city has a thriving arts, theatre and culinary scene, and Halifax pubs, with their craft beer culture, add to the whole experience. Point Pleasant Park is particularly popular due to its seaside location, as is a stroll through the tiny Peggy's Cove, with its bustling fishing harbour and lobster fishery.
The Eastern Canadian port of Halifax is the provincial capital of Nova Scotia with a rich maritime history. A vital part of Canada's infrastructure, Halifax is a major economic centre with many government and public sector companies based here, including the Department of National Defence. Praised for its quality of life, Halifax is a proud, vibrant city that represents modern Canada.The urban city centre is home to a number of landmark buildings, and Halifax’s architecture will suit all tastes.

Its Old Fort, Maritime Museum, Central Library and Art Gallery are all worth visiting and exploring. The city has a thriving arts, theatre and culinary scene, and Halifax pubs, with their craft beer culture, add to the whole experience. Point Pleasant Park is particularly popular due to its seaside location, as is a stroll through the tiny Peggy's Cove, with its bustling fishing harbour and lobster fishery.
The restored harbour district in Saint John reveals many insights into a fascinating heritage. An exciting twice-daily event is the phenomenon of the river's spectacular tidal bore at the famous Reversing Falls Rapids.

The town is surrounded by sheer cliffs, coves and peninsulas, with a deep natural harbour offering the chance to experience the Bay of Fundy up close or take in a harbour cruise and city highlights. Those who are more adventurous may want to take a white knuckle ride through the rapids in Fallsview Park. Behind the gritty port area you'll find the historic core with beautiful redbrick and sandstone architecture, and narrow side streets.
Portland is the largest city of Maine - the Pine Tree state, with a spectacularly corrugated pine-clad coastline. Offering a range of artistic and outdoor adventures, with six lighthouses to explore, all within 20 minutes of the city.

Portland is best seen through the revitalised Old Port Exchange District near the waterfront, where the historic buildings now house a selection of shops and restaurants. Boasting specialty shops for dog lovers, sock collectors, and those who love to cook. Explore the shops and galleries lining the cobblestone streets of the Old Port. Located in the heart of bustling Congress Street is the childhood home of poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - the oldest standing structure on the Portland peninsula.
Boston is the largest city in New England and one of the most historic, influential and interesting in the United States. Attracting over 12 million visitors a year, Boston is renowned for its range of cultures, its vibrant atmosphere and its diverse, ever changing cityscape where tall skyscrapers and charming Georgian buildings stand proudly alongside each other on the banks of the iconic Charles River.

The city is divided into a number of neighbourhoods and each has their own unique style and culture, so there’s something to suit every taste. Back Bay, Downtown and the Financial District are alive with activity and are where you’ll find large shopping malls, stylish modern buildings and fine restaurants. In contrast, Charlestown, South End, Roxbury and Beacon Hill offer a more traditional, historic experience and are home to some of Boston’s most famous sites, including the Bunker Hill Monument and Massachusetts State House.

The best of Boston is easy to discover on a walk along the city’s ‘Freedom Trail’ - one of America’s first historic walking tours. Simply follow the red brick and painted lines that connect 16 of Boston’s most important historic sites to explore two and a half centuries of incredible history.
Lined on both sides by pretty parks and beautiful woodland areas, there are plenty of sights to enjoy as you make your way along the canal, passing under a number of impressive bridges including the Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, Sagamore Bridge and the historic Bourne Bridge – voted America’s most beautiful steel bridge in 1934 by the American Institute of Steel Constructions.
Revel in the sight of New York’s Statue of Liberty, a US National Monument and one of the world’s most iconic, instantly-recognisable symbols of freedom and democracy. Sailing slowly by, in the comfort of your smaller-sized ship, you’ll be presented with unspoilt views of this legendary landmark, providing a simply unmissable photo opportunity.
New York City is one of the most important, influential and exciting cities on earth and though it may not be awash with palm-lined beaches and tropical islands, it is considered by many as one of the world’s must-visit holiday destinations, a truly one-of-a-kind, unique, vibrant, cosmopolitan and diverse city with attractions in abundance. The skyscrapers, yellow cabs, Hudson River, Central Park, Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building are just some of reasons why the ‘Big Apple’ is truly special.

Located on one of the largest natural harbours in the world, New York City is divided into 5 boroughs – the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island – and each offers its own unique experience. The Bronx and Queens are huge multi-cultural and multi-national neighbourhoods while Brooklyn and Manhattan are the city’s iconic boroughs. With their awe inspiring skyscrapers and soaring office blocks, world renowned monuments, historic buildings, restaurants, theatres, parks and much more, Brooklyn and Manhattan are home to some of the world’s most incredible sights and attractions.

Be sure to explore Manhattan to experience the truly unique way of life. The borough never sleeps and is the heartbeat of the city. Take a walk through the vast concrete canyons of the financial district; visit the recently finished One World Trade Center and the incredible 9/11 memoral; enjoy a relaxing walk through the iconic Central Park; then head to Times Square to be dazzled by the bright neon lights and signs before taking in a show on Broadway.

If you’re looking for a place to relax, away from the hectic, noisy streets of the city, Coney Island is well worth discovering. Located in South West Brooklyn, the pretty beaches and famous amusement park seem a world away from the large buildings and packed streets of Manhattan and has been attracting holidaymakers from near and far for decades.
New York City is one of the most important, influential and exciting cities on earth and though it may not be awash with palm-lined beaches and tropical islands, it is considered by many as one of the world’s must-visit holiday destinations, a truly one-of-a-kind, unique, vibrant, cosmopolitan and diverse city with attractions in abundance. The skyscrapers, yellow cabs, Hudson River, Central Park, Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building are just some of reasons why the ‘Big Apple’ is truly special.

Located on one of the largest natural harbours in the world, New York City is divided into 5 boroughs – the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island – and each offers its own unique experience. The Bronx and Queens are huge multi-cultural and multi-national neighbourhoods while Brooklyn and Manhattan are the city’s iconic boroughs. With their awe inspiring skyscrapers and soaring office blocks, world renowned monuments, historic buildings, restaurants, theatres, parks and much more, Brooklyn and Manhattan are home to some of the world’s most incredible sights and attractions.

Be sure to explore Manhattan to experience the truly unique way of life. The borough never sleeps and is the heartbeat of the city. Take a walk through the vast concrete canyons of the financial district; visit the recently finished One World Trade Center and the incredible 9/11 memoral; enjoy a relaxing walk through the iconic Central Park; then head to Times Square to be dazzled by the bright neon lights and signs before taking in a show on Broadway.

If you’re looking for a place to relax, away from the hectic, noisy streets of the city, Coney Island is well worth discovering. Located in South West Brooklyn, the pretty beaches and famous amusement park seem a world away from the large buildings and packed streets of Manhattan and has been attracting holidaymakers from near and far for decades.
Leaving New York’s iconic skyline behind, a sail along the size-restricted Hudson River provides contrasting sights and experiences to those on offer in the ‘Big Apple’. While relaxing on board your smaller ship, walls of towering skyscrapers will turn to low-lying riverbanks laden with tree-smothered state parks and nature reserves. These countryside scenes are particularly breathtaking in the fall season, when the lush foliage turns to vibrant autumn colours of browns, reds and yellows.
En route to Baltimore, sailing the narrow Chesapeake and Delaware Canal makes for a relaxing and rewarding few hours of scenic cruising. Taking advantage of your ship’s smaller dimensions, you’ll pass underneath low bridges that prevent larger vessels for navigating this picturesque route, and admire ever-changing scenes of beautiful countryside and charming, white wooden dwellings rarely seen on North American cruises.
Baltimore – the largest city in the state of Maryland – is steeped in history and boasts a diverse range of cultures, imposing skyscrapers, charming historic structures and a number of popular attractions, including the National Aquarium, Walters Art Museum and the Mount Vernon district. Mount Vernon is a National Landmark Historic District and is known as the city’s cultural hub, where Baltimore’s grand 19th century industrialist mansions - now used as museums, galleries, shops and cafes – are found, as well as America’s first Catholic Cathedral, the Washington Monument and the original copy of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’.

An increasingly popular tourist destination in its own right, Baltimore also serves as a gateway to Washington D.C., the incredible capital city of the United States of America. Home to an extensive list of world-renowned attractions, including the Whitehouse, the National Cathedral, Capitol Hill and the Lincoln Memorial, it is well worth making the journey from Baltimore during your stay to see the capital of the world’s most powerful country.
Hamilton, the capital of Bermuda is a small, friendly city with a wonderfully welcoming atmosphere and exciting vibrancy. Front Street, arguably the city’s biggest attraction, runs along the shore line and is usually the first glimpse of Hamilton that visitors get as they arrive. The street is home to glitzy shops and several restaurants and bars, all benefitting from wonderful views out across the harbour.

Away from Front Street, Hamilton has plenty more to offer. The city centre has many historic monuments and buildings to seek out and discover too, including Cathedrals, arts centres, museums and parliament buildings. There are also several parks with beautiful walkways, tall trees and gorgeous greenery to relax in and a number of busy markets selling locally made and home-grown produce - the perfect place to sample the famous culture and atmosphere.
The city of La Coruña is the capital of the province and a busy seaport situated in the Galicia region of northwest Spain. Most famous for its Roman lighthouse, the diverse architectural styles of La Coruña make the city an absolute delight for sightseeing.

La Coruña boasts an impressive seafront promenade, beautiful beaches and a host of attractions such as the Domus Museum, the Casa del Hombre and Torre De Hercules – said to be the only Roman lighthouse in existence – which offers sweeping coastal views from the top of its 60 metre high tower. The Paseo Marítimo, a lovely 13km walkway and bike path, runs from the port, around the peninsula, and along the ocean beaches.

The compact Ciudad Vieja – La Coruña’s old quarter – is a must-visit area. Often referred to as “the city” by the locals, the medieval centre contains remains of the centuries-old Roman wall that once protected it. The arcaded Plaza de María Pita, surrounded by narrow pedestrianized lanes, is a popular spot, and features the Estatua de María Pita, a statue of a 16th century woman who warned the town of an invasion by Sir Francis Drake. The medieval Church of Santiago, the Museum of Sacred Art and the Military Museum are all fine places of interest.

Beyond the historic city is a proud, modern metropolis, which boasts a superb food scene and a buzzing nightlife. The world’s best picnic food, empanadas, and the locally produced beer, Estrella, both demand trying.
Arrive: Southampton, United Kingdom

Accommodation on Balmoral

26th September 2023 | 34 NightsSouthampton | Balmoral | L2323
BJ - Balcony Junior Suite
  • This suite is approximately 200 square feet in size and can be found on Highland Deck 10, Bridge Deck 9 and Lido Deck 8.
  • This suite has a bedroom with a sitting area and a balcony. There is an en-suite bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts). Smoking is permitted on room balconies.

Please note, rooms 8057 and 8059 on Lido deck are equipped for use by disabled passengers.

PS - Premier Suite
  • This suite is approximately 430 square feet in size and can be found on Highland Deck 10.
  • This suite has a sitting room, balcony and a bedroom with large double bed and bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts). Smoking is permitted on room balconies.
OW - Owner's Suite
  • Exclusive suite - please call for more details.
SS - Superior Suite
  • This style of suite is approximately 275 square feet in size, and can be found on Highland Deck 10 and Bridge Deck 9.
  • This suite has a sitting area with a balcony and a bedroom with a twin or double bed. The bathroom has a bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts). Smoking is permitted on room balconies.
MS - Marquee Suite
  • This suite is approximately 390 square feet in size and can be found on Highland Deck 10.
  • This suite has a bedroom with a large double bed and a sitting area, a bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts). Smoking is permitted on room balconies.
BA - Superior Balcony Cabin
  • These rooms are approximately 190 square feet in size and can be found on Bridge Deck 9.
  • Slightly larger than a BC grade, these rooms have a balcony, bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts). Smoking is permitted on room balconies.
BC - Balcony Cabin
  • This room is approximately 180 square feet in size, and can be found on Lido Deck 8 and Bridge Deck 9.
  • It has a balcony, bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts). Smoking is permitted on room balconies.
A - Superior Ocean View
  • This room is approximately 200 square feet in size and can be found on Lido Deck 8.
  • It has a picture window, bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).
B - Superior Ocean View
  • Approx. 165 square feet in size, these rooms are located on the Lido Deck 8 and Main Deck 6.
  • Fitted with everything you need for your stay, there’s a picture window too.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).

*Rooms 8073, 8075, 8084 and 8086 on the Lido Deck are wheelchair accessible and have a fully restricted view.

C - Superior Ocean View
  • This room is approximately 165 square feet in size and can be found on Atlantic Deck 5.
  • It has a picture window and a bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).
D - Ocean View
  • These rooms are approximately 165 square feet in size, and can be found on Atlantic Deck 5 and Coral Deck 4.
  • They have a picture window and a bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).
E - Ocean View
  • This room is approximately 165 square feet in size and can be found on Coral Deck 4.
  • It has a picture window and a bathroom with shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).
F - Ocean View
  • This room is approximately 165 square feet in size and can be found on Atlantic Deck 5, Coral Deck 4 & Marina Deck 3.
  • It has 2 portholes, bathroom with a shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).
G - Superior Interior Cabin
  • Our Superior Interior Rooms are approximately 160 square feet in size and can be found on Lido Deck 8 and Bridge Deck 9.
  • These rooms have a bathroom with bath and/or shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).

*Please note, rooms 9048, 9056 and 9095 on Bridge Deck have been adapted for use by disabled passengers.

H - Interior Cabin
  • This room is approximately 160 square feet in size and can be found on Main Deck 6 and Atlantic Deck 5.
  • It has a bathroom with shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).
I - Interior Cabin
  • This room is approximately 160 square feet in size and can be found on Atlantic Deck 5, Coral Deck 4 and Marina Deck 3.
  • It has a bathroom with shower.
  • Facilities include climate control, Interactive Smart TV, desk, phone, mini-fridge, hairdryer & tea & coffee making facilities.
  • All rooms are non-smoking, have room service available until 11.00pm, and require a European 2 pin plug (220 volts).
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