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Seabourn Odyssey deck 8 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Seabourn Odyssey deck 8

  • “Patio Grill” (portside) serves the pool area with daily grilled specialties. For lunch and dinner it has a selection of salads and several side dishes, and fresh pizza by the slice throughout the afternoon.
  • The “Patio Pool” area has 1 swimming pool, 2 Whirlpools, an expansive sunbathing area with luxury loungers, private cabanas, and stage for live music entertainment. The area is served with drinks by the Patio Bar (poolside, outdoor). Depending on the Seabourn Odyssey itinerary, the pool deck also hosts open-air barbecue parties with steak/seafood grilled specialties and caviar.
  • The “Restaurant 2” (portside location, reservation-only) provides an avantgarde decorated dining experience, featuring a impressive selection of fine wines (food and wine pairings) and regionally-themed dinner menus.
  • The Odyssey ship’s second Galley/Kitchen serves the deck 8’s dining venues.
  • “The Colonnade” restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Colonnade’s chefs cook in an open kitchen, so guests can enjoy watching their food being prepared. The dinner menu here is differently themed each day. The Colonnade restaurant has an aft Terrace and a starboard outdoor seating area connecting it to the pool zone.
  • Cruise suites from 800 to 831, of which Balcony Suites (V4-forward and V6 /with one wheelchair accessible #813 by the forward lifts), and two Owner’s Suite (OW-bow ship location, #800-801, both convertible to doubles).