MS Maud deck 4 plan (Lobby)

Deck layout and review

Review of MS Maud deck 4 (Lobby)

Gangway (ship entrance) is a narrow passage used for crew/passenger boarding and disembarkation.

MS Maud ship’s 6-decks-high Atrium is an open floor designed midship area featuring two glass-wall elevators topped (on Deck 9) with a skylight that provides natural daylight. Part of the Atrium Lobby is the Reception Desk (24-hour guest services and assistance) with small seating area (tables and chairs) and a separate Luggage Room (for short-term / ferry passengers).

On Deck 4 is also the cruise ship’s self-service Laundry Room (complimentary, has 5 washers, 5 dryers, ironing boards, irons). Laundry service is available onboard, included for Suite passengers only.

Cruise cabins from L2-401 to N2-494, of which 25x Inside cabins (category I2), and the rest are Outside staterooms in categories L2-Obstructed View (x10, bow location) and 62x categories N2 and O2 (Porthole Window cabins, 4 of which are adjoining).

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