Salamanca ferry deck 7 plan (Cabins-Lobby-Shops-Restaurants)

Deck layout and review

Review of Salamanca ferry deck 7 (Cabins-Lobby-Shops-Restaurants)

On Deck 7 are located public facilities (forward and midship, including the Lobby) as well as passenger cabins (midship-aft/2-bed and 4-bed staterooms) from 701 to 7150. Pet Cabins are numbers 750 thru 771 (midship-starboard).

The fore-located Restaurant Azul is the ship's Main Dining Room featuring a separate/enclosed Kids Play Area.

Azul Restaurant is a self-service/buffet restaurant offering hot and cold meals. Ferry ticket price-inclusive are 1x 3-course dinner and 1x Continental breakfast. Restaurant Azul is open for Breakfast (Continental, waiter-served), Lunch (buffet) and Dinner (3-course menu).

From Restaurant Azul can be accessed an outdoor deck space housing a Smoking Area, Pet Walk (dog exercise area), Kennels (heated dog shelters accessed from the Pet Walk), the starboard Ship Entrance (passenger embarkation/disembarkation area) and the starboard Assembly Station (used in cases of emergency).

Midship-portside is the second Ship Entrance, another Smoking Area and Assembly Station.

The Lobby Hall houses the Guest Services Desk and the Information Desk/Reception. There is an ATM/cash machine next to the Reception.

Public facilities also include Les Boutiques (two duty-free shops), a Baggage Room (complimentary), Restrooms (separate for men and women), an ADA-Compliant Restroom (for passengers with disabilities or reduced mobility/wheelchair-accessible) and a Baby Changing Room.

Les Boutiques sell gifts, souvenirs, spirits, wines (large wine cellar), tobaccos, perfumes, cosmetics, leather goods, toys, books, confectionery, refreshments, clothing, cameras, sunglasses, jewelry). Special shopping promotions are held on each voyage.

Two elevators (passenger lifts positioned forward and aft) access all cabin decks as well as the car decks.