Wawel ferry deck 6 plan (Lobby-Cabins)

Deck layout and review

Review of Wawel ferry deck 6 (Lobby-Cabins)

Lobby area (Reception, luggage lockers), Sick-bay (Infirmary / Doctor's Office), Wi-Fi, ATM / cash machine (next to Information Desk / Reception)

Coffee bar (with slot machines), Cafeteria

Duty-Free Shop is a retail selling alcohol (liquors, beers, wines), tobaccos, perfumes and cosmetics, sunglasses, watches, jewelry, designer clothes and accessories (by the brands Levi's, Wrangler, Gatta, Wolbar, Cornette), electronics and gadgets, toys, confectionery, gifts and souvenirs.

A la Carte Restaurant serves gourmet cuisine and a wide range of wines from around the world. "Wine of the month" is a special priced promo offer. On some ferry cruises is offered "Culinary dalliance" cooking show - ship's Chef and POLFERRIES' top chefs show passengers how to cook and decorate traditional Scandinavian dishes.

Passenger cabins (all located on decks 6-7) are inside and outside, in economy and luxury class. Two staterooms on Deck 6 are wheelchair-accessible (adapted for disabled passengers and people with reduced mobility). The ship also has 8x "Pet-friendly" cabins on Deck 7. The ship also has 8x "Pet-friendly" cabins on Deck 7.

Three passenger lifts connect car decks with deck 6.

Reserved Seating Lounge has reclining / Pullman seats.

Note: Deckplan 6 also shows the numbers of the recliners in the seating lounge.