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Queen of the Mississippi deck 5 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Queen of the Mississippi deck 5

  • The fore-located Navigation Bridge (called “pilot house” or “wheelhouse” on riverboats) is passenger-accessible. Along with passengers cabins, here are also the captain’s suite and the officers quarters (all with portside location).
  • The aft-location Sun Deck area has deck furniture (including the line’s signature rocking chairs painted in white), a small Golf Putting Green, sunbathing area with loungers and an open-air Gym. The outdoor exercise equipment consists of fitness machines (including elliptical trainers), a chest-press and a recumbent bike.
  • Unlike the old Mississippi riverboat, the new Mississippi ship has no Promenade (encircling the whole top deck) or shaded seating area.
  • The ship’s Sun Deck is served daily with drinks, light snacks and freshly made pastries by the Sky Lounge Bar on deck 4 below.
  • Power Room (starboard) is the boat’s fitness facility equipped with free weights, workout benches, Kinesis One stations, treadmills, exercise bikes.
  • Cruise cabins from 502 to 513, all of which are Balcony staterooms in categories AAM and SB (Single Balcony).