Review of Star Legend deck 3 (Marina-Cabins-Tendering-Dining)
Deck 3 layout starts with Officers’ Accommodations (hotel staff and crew cabins, and dining/lounge area). Next is the Medical Facility (portside location). All elevators on the ship are relatively small in size.
“AmphorA” is the ship’s main dining room (open-seating restaurant, dinner-only - open between 7-9 PM) with a midship location. Its interior features Murano lights, mirror walls, stylish artworks. The 5-course gourmet dinner menu here is changed daily. It has appetizers, salads, soups, main entrees, vegetarian choices, desserts. Always present in the Amphora’s menu are steaks, grilled fish, rack of lamb. Along with the onboard-made bread, the ship’s executive chef goes to local markets in all ports of call along the cruise ship itinerary route to shop for fresh ingredients and regional food specialties.
Galley is the ship’s Kitchen.
The ship’s Marina is located aft. This is a retractable water sports platform for a wide range of activities, such as water skiing, windsurfing, and sailing, snorkeling and kayaking. The ship also provides wakeboards, paddleboards, and water rafts, and has a water trampoline island. Another feature is the steel cage that forms a swimming pool in the sea. All the equipment is complimentary. The Marina is used only when the megayacht is anchored and the sea is calm.
Cruise cabins from 300 to 309, all of which are Star Porthole Suites (category SP cabins with portholes / non-opening windows).