CMV Columbus deck 19 plan (Pacific Pearl deck7)
Deck layout and review
Review of CMV Columbus deck 19 (Pacific Pearl deck7)
Promenade Deck layout starts with “The Marquee” theater – 2-decks high main show lounge hosting large-scale show productions in the evenings with live music, magic and comedy performances by guest entertainers. The daily program here has Jackpot bingo games and trivia quizzes. The Marquee Bar serves the theatre and the foyer area.
The other two of all three “Tax & Duty-Free Shops” are here (located portside and starboard).
With starboard and portside location are the “Photo & Video Gallery” areas, with the “Expressions Studio” for professional video-photo services).
“Tech Store” sells duty-free photo/video equipment and accessories.
The “Connexiaonxs Bar” serves the two open-air Promenade deck areas.
“The Orient” bar is an English pub bar with a nice selection of local and international beers.
The ship’s “Art Gallery” displays art items (also available for purchasing). The gallery is the venue hosting the onboard art auctions.
The “Waterfront Restaurant” the dining room which operates with open-seating and a la carte menus (“Your Choice Dining”) for breakfast and lunch, and offers 4-course dinner menu. Tables seats from 2 to 10 guests. Dining Room times vary (sea / port days): Breakfast (7:30-9:30 am / 7-9 am), Lunch (12-2 pm), Dinner (5:30-9:30 pm).
Part of Waterfront Restaurant is the “Wine Room”. It serves the P&O Australia line’s “Chef’s Table” dinner package. The “Chef’s Table” is a gourmet private dining package for up to 14 guests (surcharge PP apply, reservations required), inclusive of cocktail reception, canapes by the Pacific Pearl ship’s Executive Chef, and a tour of the galley.