mv Aegean Odyssey deck 6 plan (Promenade)

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Review of mv Aegean Odyssey deck 6 (Promenade)

  • Ambassador Lounge (350-seat) is the only theatre onboard. Lectures by guest scholars also take place here. The hall features a sloping floor but the guests sitting at the banquettes further back have obstructed sight lines to the projector screen and podium. There are normally 2 or 3 performances on any cruise more than 7 nights in length.
  • Charleston Lounge is an onboard central meeting point. Many passengers congregate here in the early evening for a drink and entertainment by the pianist and musicians. The lounge is also popular as a spot to read a book or join daily quizes with the Cruise Director. Late night snacks are served here, including: mini fish cakes, mini cakes & tarts, meatballs, vegetarian tart-lets, filo prawns, mini chicken kebabs, Chocolate dipped strawberries. Snacks and hors d'oeuvres are served at 5 p.m. and at 10:30 p.m.
  • The Shop is a small boutique that sells jewellery and perfumes, logo and plain clothing, books and chemist shop sundries.
  • Library (open 24 hours). A chessboard is inset in the library's sole table. Games to borrow include Scrabble, Monopoly and backgammon.
  • Terrace Cafe offers all 3 meals self-service from its circular buffet. Breakfasts include pastries, bacon, smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, cold cuts, as well as a rotation of other hot standbys. In a nod to British guests, they will find grilled tomatoes, sauteed mushrooms, kippers and baked beans. Yoghurt, fresh fruit and cereals can be found on a separate table. At lunch and dinner, there is a variety of 5 or more salads, two soups, hot pasta, carved meat, portions of meat and fish, grilled items, stir-fry, vegetarian main course, assortment of hot side dishes. A large table at the back of the restaurant features a buffet of desserts and a couple of varying choices of ice cream. Fresh fruit is always offered, and, at dinner, also a cheese selection. Diners may choose to eat outdoors, via exiting the rear of the restaurant on the stern of the ship. About two-thirds of all tables are shaded by a tarpaulin. Afternoon tea is served between 4 p.m.-4:45 p.m.and features scones, finger sandwiches, hors d'oeuvres and pastries. 
  • The Terrace.