ms Nieuw Amsterdam deck 11 plan (Observation)

Deck layout and review

Review of ms Nieuw Amsterdam deck 11 (Observation)

  • Crow’s Nest (165 seats observation lounge with panoramic views, own bar, dance floor; daily trivia games, karaoke, dance classes, HAL Cats shows; becomes a disco club at night)
  • Explorations Cafe (113 seats patisserie and specialty coffee bar), also serving as the Nieuw Amsterdam ship’s Library (with 1000+ volumes, librarian services, book discussions, guest lecturers, puzzle tables, board games), and Online Centre (Internet computers room/partnership with “The New York Times”)
  • Cabana Club (adults-only area with private cabanas available for hire per day/different portday and seaday prices; with concierge service, 1 massage tent, lunch included)
  • Silk Den (50 seats Asian themed lounge with panoramic views, also serving Saketini/sake with martini)
  • Tamarind Restaurant (capacity 142 seats) is a reservation-only Asian specialty restaurant with port/starboard panoramic views. The menu includes Chinese, Japanese, Thai and other Asian cuisine specialties. The restaurant is open for complimentary lunch, while dinner is surcharged PP. Tamarind restaurant’s sushi menu is created by chef Andy Matsuda, and additionally includes 4 of his signature rolls.
  • Sports Court (multi-sports combined court- basketball, volleyball, soccer).
  • Along with the gourmet dining and relaxation options, the top deck also provides some of the ship’s best vantage points to make photos and enjoy the port- and sea views along the Nieuw Amsterdam itinerary route.
  • Observation Deck also has Spa cruise cabins from VT11001 to VT11010, all of which are Veranda Spa Staterooms category VT.