TUI Discovery 2 deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
TUI Discovery 2 deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Thomson Cruises deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the TUI Discovery 2 cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on TUI Discovery 2 staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
TUI Discovery 2 (built 1995 as "Legend of the Seas", last refurbished in 2017 May) is one of the Vision-class Royal Caribbean cruise ships – together with the sister-ship Splendour of the Seas (TUI Discovery) and also Enchantment, Grandeur, Rhapsody and Vision. In Spring 2017, the vessel joined Thomson Cruises' fleet, just like the sister-ship Splendour (TUI Discovery since 2016). Thomson's fleet will be additionally enlarged by the old TUI Cruises ships Mein Schiff 1 (as TUI Explorer / since 2018) and Mein Schiff 2 (as TUI Explorer 2 / since 2019).
Legend of the Seas / TUI Discovery 2 cruise ship deck plan has a total of 915 staterooms for 1832 passengers (max capacity is 2198 guests), served by 730 crew/staff. The ship has 10 passenger accessible decks, 8 lounges and bars, 2 swimming pools, 4 jacuzzies, 11 elevators.
Legend Of The Seas deck plan changes 2013 refurbishment review
The ship's last Royal Caribbean drydock refurbishment was in 2013 (January-February) done in Singapore. The project was among industry's most expensive ones - at the immense cost of USD 50 million. The list of deck plan changes after the refit includesd
- 13 new cruise cabins were added (decks 7 and 8).
- All Deck 6 cabins (previously in Oceanview categories) were upgraded/outfitted with balconies.
- All passenger cabin were upgraded with flat TVs and decors were changed. All cabins and public areas were renovated – new decors, carpeting, soft furnishings.
- The ship’s Wi-Fi coverage was also upgraded (bow to stern).
- Digital Wayfinders (multilingual LCD touch-screen displays) were installed throughout most passenger lift areas. They provide passengers with information on scheduled events, promotions, deck plans, dining menus and times, ship map directions.
- On Lido Deck 9 two new lounges were added – “Concierge Club” and “Diamond Club”. The complimentary “Park Cafe” (bistro-style restaurant) was added to the Solarium (indoor pool area).
- Dining options were expanded with new restaurants – the “Chef’s Table” (gourmet dining room, part of the MDR on Promenade Deck 5) and the Deck 11’s “Chops Grille” (steakhouse & seafood) and the “Izumi” (Asian/Japanese cuisine). The Viking Crown Lounge (deck 11) was extensively renovated but decreased in size making space for these two new restaurants there.
- The Royal Caribbean’s Nursery room was added on Sports Deck 10.
- New “Centrum” entertainment program now offers aerial acrobatic spectacles.
- On deck 4 was added the “R Bar” (retro 1960s themed).
- The RCI’s poolside huge movie screen was installed on the pool deck 9 (Lido).
The 2017 drydock for the Legend Of The Seas - TUI Discovery 2 transformation was done in Cadiz Spain (May 2017).
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