Review of Balmoral deck 6 (Main-Lobby-Dining)
- The ship’s Atrium is 2-decks high, features glass and chrome design elements, and has a spacious seating area with sofas and armchairs. There are tables set out at the Atrium’s Lobby level daily, selling gifts, souvenirs and other merchandise.
- Customer Relations Office (baggage handling, land transfers, packages)
- Port Shop (duty-paid, open also in ports of call) sells essentials (toiletries, hats, swimwear, beachwear, books, sweets, snacks).
- Photo Gallery & Shop has on display (and available for purchasing) photos taken by the ship’s professional photographers. Other services available here are digital images printing and transferring (to various storage devices), also personal video making. The Photo Shop sells photo and video equipment and accessories at duty-free prices (media cards, cameras, batteries, etc).
- Shore Tours Office (information on land tours, packages, Fred Olsen Balmoral cruise shore excursions booking).
- Reception provides 24-hour guest services (assistance, information, reservations, money exchange, onboard bills).
- Art Gallery is designed as a walkway leading off the Atrium and to the Ballindalloch Restaurant.
- Ballindalloch Restaurant is the ship’s main dining room (largest as capacity) also hosting the formal Gala Dinner event. Dining times are the same in all three dining rooms – 2 fixed dinner seatings (6:15 pm and 8:30 pm), and open-seating Breakfast (8-10 am) and Lunch (12-2:30 pm, buffet-style, with a limited waiter-serviced menu).
- Main Deck cruise cabins from 6001 to 6110, of which Inside (18x N-Single /light blue, and 12x G-Superior), and all the rest are Oceanview (category B-Superior).
Ballindalloch Restaurant (MS Balmoral)
Atrium and Guest Services / Reception /Lobby (MS Balmoral)