Review of Mein Schiff 3 deck 3 (Atlantik-Cabins-Hospital-Lobby)
Theater (capacity 1000 seats, lower level 1 of 3) is the ship’s main show lounge. It hosts grand-style music and show productions, including theatrical, opera, musicals, varietes, themed dance and music shows (incl Beatles, Rockshow), Sketch Parade, magicians and flying artists performances. The theater has a revolving stage and all 8 dynamic big-size LED screens.
The Hospital/Infirmary (located behind the theater) is operated by German doctors and nurses (on 24-hour duty) and primarily with German drugs. Payments are made by the boarding pass. Treatments at the Infirmary are equivalent to a private doctor’s visit. Germany’s health insurance policies don't apply, so buying cruise health insurance is recommended.
The Reception is located in the Atrium (opposite to the lifts) and provides 24-hour guest services (dining reservations, money exchange, lost property, onboard bills), assistance, information.
“Atlantik Classic” is one of all three main dining rooms (capacity 530 seats, complimentary), offering buffet-style Breakfast (7:30-10 am), Lunch (12-2 pm) and Dinner (6-9:30 pm, with 5-course served meals). In the dining rooms’ a la carte menus, most items are cruise price inclusive, but some (like fine wines, Champagne, liquors) are extra charge.
Cruise cabins from 3000 to 3125, of which Inside cabins (categories – C connecting and loft bed, 2 wheelchair-accessible /3006 & 3015), Oceanview cabins (B – sofa/double sofa bed, obstructed view, connecting, 4 wheel-chair accessible /3097, 3099, 3101, 3103; and cat C).
Anker Deck (Deck 2 below) is the Tendering Deck with all 4 boarding areas (2 on each side of the ship). From here passengers embark on tender boats to visit ports without docks (quays, piers, wharves) with capacity to handle large-sized vessels.