Boudicca deck plans
Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities
Boudicca deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (2021-2022-2023 valid floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Scrapped Cruise Ships deckplan pdf (printable version).
Each of the Boudicca 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 Boudicca staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.
MS Boudicca (1973-built as "Royal Viking Sky", last refurbished in 2018, sold in 2020, scrapped in 2021) was the second oldest in the Fred Olsen cruise fleet - with fleetmates Black Watch, Braemar and Balmoral. This vessel was originally built for the Royal Viking Line (1972-founded/1998-defunct) but was also owned and operated under different names by other brands, including NCL-Norwegian, Princess Cruises, Star Cruises, Iberocruceros. The ship entered the Fred Olsen fleet in 2005. In 2020, MS Boudica was sold to a Turkish company to serve as a hotel ship, but in May 2021 was sold for scrap and beached at Izmir's Aliaga Ship Recycling Facility.
MS Boudicca cruise ship deck plan shows a total of 462 staterooms for 880 passengers (max capacity is 924) served by 330 crew-staff. The boat has 10 decks (8 passenger-accessible, 6 with cabins), 4 restaurants, 9 lounges and bars, 3 swimming pools, 2 outdoor Jacuzzis (large whirlpool hot tubs), 5 elevators.
Boudicca deck plan changes 2018 refurbishment review
During the drydock in 2018 at Blohm+Voss Hamburg (March 17-27), to the ship were added two fibreglass-bottomed boats, each with capacity 12 passengers. The extensive refit also included general maintenance works, cabin refurbishments (all staterooms and public areas), painting all the vessel's interiors and exterior (hull and superstructure).
- All passenger cabins were updated with new carpeting, new soft furnishings, and upholstery, new lamps, new balcony furniture, mini-fridges, electronic safes, flat TVs (interactive system).
- All public areas and venues (bars, lounges, dining venues) were extensively upgraded and redesigned.
- Morning Light Pub (deck 6) was moved to the port side of Secret Garden Cafe.
- The Heligan Room (deck 6, port side) was converted into "Indian Ocean Restaurant".
The list of deck plan changes after the ship's 2015 refurbishment (done by Lloyd Werft in Bremerhaven Germany) includes:
A total of 28 cruise cabins (located on Lido Deck 7) were refitted/upgraded with private balconies. The newly added verandas extend out 4 ft / 1,2 m from the bulkhead of the ship. Fred Olsen balcony staterooms have extremely high booking demand across the line’s fleet. Same terrace balconies were installed on the Black Watch during the ship’s 2014 dry dock refurbishment. Since Lido Deck is also the ship’s Promenade Deck (outdoor walking area), these new verandas are impinging onto but not interrupting the walk-around Promenade. There is a transparent railing between the veranda and the open-deck area. This means less privacy as other passengers will be walking right in front of the balcony screens.
General maintenance works included: new hull coating, modification of the piping system, the ship’s stabilizers and the rudder were repaired and the bow thruster (propulsion unit) was replaced.
Boudicca deck plan changes 2013 refurbishment review
The list of deckplan changes after the boat's 2013 drydock refurbishment (done by Blohm+Voss in Hamburg Germany) included three new (remodeled) lounge and bar areas:
- Morning Light Pub (former Neptune Bar)
- Cafe Venus (specialty coffee/chocolate shop, around the Library)
- The Grill (specialty restaurant, former Poolside Cafe buffet).
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