ms Eurodam deck 11 plan (Observation-Sports-Crows Nest-Cabins)

Deck layout and review

Review of ms Eurodam deck 11 (Observation-Sports-Crows Nest-Cabins)

Crow’s Nest (165 seats) is a fore-located observation lounge with panoramic windows, its own bar and a large dance floor. The lounge is also used for pre-scheduled events by the Holland America Line's enrichment program, which includes daily dance classes, trivia games, card playing, karaoke, HAL Cats (8-piece party band) performances, live grand piano performances (in the afternoons and evenings). Crow’s Nest becomes a disco (dance club) at night, with live DJ music and dance contests.

During the ship's last refurbishment, the Crow’s Nest bar lounge was renamed "Explorations Central" and its interior was redesigned. The new venue's programming additionally features multimedia series of interactive videos and guides related to the visited destinations part of MS Eurodam's itinerary program. The new Explorations Central (abbrev EXC) provides digital media (videos, ebooks, maps) which passengers can access via Wi-Fi during the current cruise, but also online (before and after the voyage). Explorations Central also has paperback books and paper maps for all the visited destinations and ports of call.

Explorations Cafe (113 seats patisserie and specialty coffee bar), also functions as the Eurodam ship’s Library (with 1000+ volumes, resident librarian, guest lecturers, board games, book discussions), also serving as the ship’s Online Centre (Internet computers room/via partnership with “The New York Times”)

The Retreat is the adults-only zone with 14 private cabanas available for hire. Rates are per day, with different prices depending on the ship’s itinerary and location (portday or seaday). Daily hire prices are inclusive of 1 massage tent, lunch and concierge service.

Silk Den Lounge (50 seats, with panoramic floor-ceiling windows; serving the signature drink Saketini/sake with martini)

Tamarind Restaurant (capacity 142 seats) is a reservation-only Asian specialty restaurant with panoramic port/starboard views. The menu includes Chinese, Japanese, Thai and other Asian cuisine specialties. The restaurant is open for complimentary lunch, while dinner is surcharged PP. Tamarind restaurant’s sushi menu is created by chef Andy Matsuda, and additionally includes 4 of his signature rolls.

Sport Court is a multi-sports combined court for playing basketball, volleyball, football, tennis. Since 2023, all HAL ships have pickleball courts (installed on the top deck) operated via an exclusive partnership with PPA-Professional Pickleball Association. HAL also offers complimentary beginner lessons (led by onboard instructors), sells branded pickleball starter kits (at the ship's retail shops) and Play Pickleball tutorial videos are included in the cabin TV programming.

Along with all gourmet dining and relaxation options, the ship’s top deck also provides some of the best vantage points to make photos and enjoy the port- and sea views along the Eurodam itinerary route.

Observation Deck also has Spa cruise cabins from VT11001 to VT11010, all of which are Veranda Spa rooms, category VT (French balcony rooms with floor-ceiling opening windows).

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