Review of THE A deck 1 (Moselle)
All staff and crew cabins, along with the crew lounge/dining facility and the engine room are located after the passenger staterooms.
On the service deck below are the boat’s propulsion room, fuel tanks, water-treatment plant, service, and storage areas (fresh-water and ballast-water tanks).
Laundry Room (portside) is a self-service facility with a washing machine (detergent is supplied), dryer, and ironing board.
Fitness Room (starboard) is equipped with several exercise bikes, 1 treadmill, 1 rowing machine, free weights, yoga mats.
Beauty Salon offers manicures/pedicures and hairdresser/barber services.
Serenity River Spa (starboard) is a massage room served by a professional masseur.
The Restaurant is the ship’s open-seating dining room (single-seating capacity) with traditional European and regional cuisine specialties. High-quality food is prepared with locally sourced ingredients from the port’s markets and suppliers. The Restaurant is waiter-served and operates with preset dining times depending on the daily scheduled port activities. Breakfast (7-9 am) is buffet-style (large buffet station is located in the center) with cereals, bread, cheeses, cold meats, fruits, yogurt, smoothies, sausages, made-to-order eggs, omelets, and other dishes ordered separately (at no extra charge). Lunch (12:30 – 2 pm) includes soup station, carvery, salads bar, hot dishes, pasta, sandwiches, desserts, local delicacies. Dinners (7-7:30 pm /starting after the Main Lounge’s cocktail hour) are waiter-served (until 9 pm). The 4-course dinner menu has several starters, 2 soups, 3 entrees (fish, meat, vegetarian), desserts, cheese plates. At dinner, the complimentary wines are itinerary-based (reflecting the sailing region), and steaks and chicken are always offered on request. At breakfast and lunch, a la carte menu is also provided.
The Restaurant also hosts the Ambassador ship’s formal events, including the Captain’s Welcome and Farewell dinners. On those, the dress code is elegant casual – jacket and tie (men), cocktail attire (women).
Moselle Deck cruise cabins from 101 to 130, all of which are Picture Window staterooms categories 2 and 3 “Deluxe Outside Double” (all with non-opening windows).