Review of AmaMagna deck 2 (Cello-Main)
Main Restaurant (forward location) is an open-seating Dining Room for buffet-style Breakfast and Lunch and 3-course Dinner. The dinner menu features river cruise itinerary / region-themed traditional dishes and local wines, as well as signature Chaine des Rotisseurs dishes. The Dining Room restaurant has panoramic floor-ceiling windows and luxury dining amenities (premium table linens, china, cutlery, glassware). Tables capacity varies (4 to 8 passengers per table).
Forward (before the Main Restaurant) is the adjacent Galley (Kitchen) and storage rooms. They all serve the Main Restaurant, the below-located specialty restaurants (on Lower Deck 1), and the above-located Al Fresco Dining (bow terrace).
The boat's lobby area houses the Reception Desk (24-hour assistance, information, account queries, purser services). The ship's Reception doubles as Cruise Director’s Office, providing information on shore excursions/tours, daily scheduled activities, also serving AmaWaterways onboard cruise booking program.
In the Lobby, there is also a Gift Shop selling special occasion gifts and souvenirs, newspapers, magazines, travel essentials, some convenience goods. There is also a complimentary (24-hour open) specialty coffee/tea corner with fruits, cookies, sparkling water.
Cruise cabins from 201 to 244, all of which are Balcony Staterooms in categories AB (aft) and BS (midship).
After the passenger cabins is the Engine Room.
From Cello Deck (via stairs) is accessed the boat's open-air watersports (marina) platform. From the aft marina are launched Zodiacs (large-capacity inflatable boats), as well as river canoes and recreational equipment.