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Bridge Deck is home to eight balcony staterooms, plus an aft area housing the casual open-air Mizzen Brasserie, a bar and the vessel's dip pool. The Mizzen Brasserie serves al fresco breakfasts and lunches poolside. The  "pool" will hold four people. Standing up, that is! Apart from a number of outside staterooms and two suites, Promenade Deck also houses the vessel's Spa with steam room, hair dresser and gym.  

Mizzen Brasserie

Promenade Deck

"Pool"

Open aft deck
 

Hebridean Deck is the vessel's main deck, housing the Reception desk, a tiny shop selling sundries and a few souvenirs, plus Hebridean Spirit's main lounge. The Skye Lounge is named after the famous Scottish isle and is another triumph of the vessel's design team. Is seems so simple: you take an oversized (faux) fireplace, collect a potpourri of furniture in all sorts of shapes and colors, add some live green plants and a few oversized lampshades and viola, the ultimate seagoing country club is born. Actually, it must have taken a touch of genius to create such a gorgeous room that feels inviting and is so unlike anything you would find on the larger cruise ships. The Skye Lounge is a place you could easily spend most of your day in!

Skye Lounge

Skye Lounge

Skye Lounge

Skye Lounge

Skye Lounge
Reception Hall
 

 

 

Photos and text: 2005 Bart de Boer - www.ShipParade.com

First published on December 18, 2005

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