Queen Isabel deck 2 plan (Main)

Deck layout and review

Review of Queen Isabel deck 2 (Main)

Elevator (level 2 of 3)

The Restaurant is the ship’s single-seating capacity dining room with panoramic floor-ceiling windows and classic European and regional cuisine specialties. The high-quality is prepared with locally sourced ingredients. The Restaurant is waiter-served and operates with preset dining times depending on the daily scheduled port activities. Tables capacity varies from 2 to 10 seats. Breakfast (7:30 – 9:30 am) is buffet-style (large station in the center) with egg station, cereals, selection of bread, cheeses, cold meats, sausages, fruits, yogurt, pastries. Lunch (12:30 – 2 pm) is usually waiter-served (excepting on port days with scheduled excursions that require time changes). Lunch menu options include soups, salads bar, cold and hot dishes, fresh pasta, desserts, cheeseboard. Dinners (7-9 pm) are waiter-served and with ordering from a menu. The dinner menu always includes fish, meat, and vegetarian dishes, plus a different dessert and cheeseboard, At both lunch and dinner are always offered traditional Portuguese cuisine specialties and local wines (complimentary). At breakfast and lunch, a la carte menu is also provided. At dinner, steaks, salmon, and pasta are always offered on request.

The Outside Dining Area is connected to the Restaurant al-fresco dining terrace with open-air seating, heating lights, transparent plastic curtains (for wind protection).

In the Deck 2’s Lobby area there is a 24-hour station for complimentary specialty coffee/tea (with cafe tables, cookies, and candies). Also here is the Here guests can find also the Uniworld’s Cruise Director Desk for information on the daily-schedule program (onboard/port activities and land tours). The Director/Manager also serves the Uniworld line’s tours/excursions booking and future cruise booking programs.

The dining room also hosts the Isabel ship’s formal events (including the Captain’s Welcome / Farewell dinners).

Main Deck cruise cabins from 201 to 223, all of which are French Balcony staterooms category C1 (with opening floor-ceiling windows).