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Pacific Adventure deck 14 plan (Lido-Pool-Bridge)

Deck layout and review

Review of Pacific Adventure deck 14 (Lido-Pool-Bridge)

  • The fore-located Navigation Bridge and the adjacent Captain’s Suite and officers quarters are inaccessible to passengers.
  • Pool area (with 2 Pools, 4 Whirlpools, and band stage, served by 2 Bars, Pizza, Burgers, and Ice Cream)
  • The Pantry is the ship’s self-service buffet restaurant/marketplace with 9 fresh food outlets, international cuisine. The lido buffet is complimentary and open for Breakfast (between 6:30 – 11:30 am), Lunch (between 11:30 am – 3:30 pm) or British Pub Lunch (between 11:30-1:30 pm /on selected days) and also for casual Dinner (between 5:30-11 pm). The buffet has its own bar for drinks, also stage for live performances and a dance floor. Breakfast includes baked beans, pancakes, bacon and eggs. Spanish baked eggs, pre-made omelettes, fruit, yoghurt, sauteed spinach, cereal, and toast are also offered. At lunch and dinner, the outlets include: McGregor's Garden (salads), Stix (stir fry), Mexicana (tacos and burritos), Curry House, Hook's (fish & chips), Nic & Toni's (Italian), Fat Cow (carvery), Kettle & Bun (soups & sandwiches), and Sugar Bar (desserts). All menus are changed on a daily basis. In the evenings, a 10th venue called Shell & Bones, set up behind a curtain, is turned into a la carte restaurant. A kids' dinner for guests aged between 3 and 10 years is held at 4:15 p.m. every day, with highchairs available upon request. 
  • Lido Deck cruise cabins from 14201 to 14312 of which Inside rooms (categories – IC and IF), Balcony rooms (categories BC and BF).