American Constellation deck 4 plan (Bridge-Cabins)

Deck layout and review

Review of American Constellation deck 4 (Bridge-Cabins)

The fore-located Navigation Bridge (called “Pilothouse” or “wheelhouse” on riverboats) is passenger-accessible. Along with passenger cabins, here are also the captain’s suite/officers' quarters (adjacent to the wheelhouse).

Upper Lounge / Library (midship-starboard) is a small and quiet relaxation lounge with comfortable seating and large panoramic windows.

The aft-located Sky Lounge features wicker furniture, floor-ceiling panoramic windows, and outdoor / terrace seating. Throughout the day, there are served beverages, snacks, freshly-baked cookies, and pastries. Sky Lounge’s floor-ceiling glass doors open to an open-air terrace furnished with padded loungers, deckchairs, 4-seat tables. The lounge’s bar area provides water, soda, and light snacks throughout the day. A Complimentary Afternoon Tea service is offered between 3:30-4:30 pm. In the evening, there is a complimentary cocktail hour.

Cruise cabins from 401 to 418, all of which are Balcony staterooms in categories AAM, SB (Single Balcony) plus one Veranda Suite (room #402 / forward-starboard). Room #410 (midship-starboard) is wheelchair-accessible.

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