Viking Aton deck 2 plan (Middle-Cabins-Lobby)

Deck layout and review

Review of Viking Aton deck 2 (Middle-Cabins-Lobby)

The crew (service) area is located aft.

The 3-story-high Atrium (lower level 1 of 3) is a midship area (on decks 2-3-4) with an open-floor design and supported by eight columns. Floor-ceiling and wall-to-wall windows (mounted portside and starboard on decks 2-3-4) as well as a SkyLight (glass roof cover on deck 5) allow natural light into the area.

Atrium's lower level (on Middle Deck) houses the Lobby Hall with the Reception/Guest Services Desk (24-hour assistance, cashier services, cruisetour information) and a small portside seating area with comfortable furniture.

Viking Cruises Egypt (Nile River) ship Atrium

Middle Deck is also the boat's boarding deck. The ship entrances/doors are located portside and starboard, to facilitate passenger and crew embarkation/disembarkation.

Passenger cabins from 200 to 221 are all in category A (Balcony Suites).

One Lift (passenger elevator) connects all cabin decks. All decks are interconnected via stairs (forward, midship, and aft stairways).

The next infographic shows Middle Deck's location on the riverboat's deck plan layout.

Viking Cruises Egypt (Nile River) ship deckplan layout