Lounges of all varieties provide entertainment for an adult crowd.
A grown-ups playground can be found among the various lounges and activities aboard the Marina. Below you will find a list of the public spaces on the ship.
As part of the enrichment program, the Artist Loft is an instructional lounge where experts give lessons on the creation of fine art. Classes are for every level of aspiring artist and they vary according to your itinerary when you board.
Baristas is a coffee and tea bar connected to the library on the Marina. Light food like pastries are on order, but specialty coffee drinks mixed before you by Baristas baristas are the real draw.
The Board Room is a lounge for intense board game competition. This lounge is intentionally quiet and arranged for four person games of cards.
Passengers staying in the Concierge level staterooms are welcome to hang out in this exclusive lounge that offers comfortable seating, drinks, light food and internet ready computers.
Drop by the Culinary Arts Center to immerse yourself in a hands-on cooking lesson. Instead of casually watching, the emphasis is on personal experience at the Culinary Arts Center where you can learn tricks of the trade from experienced masters.
The Marina Lounge is where all of the performances take place on the Marina. Expect to see some live music, possibly a comedian, or a Broadway influenced show.
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