Fred Olsen, Black Watch
Refurbished at the end of 2016 Black Watch now features stylish new décor and the new The Poolside restaurant. This ship accommodates 804 passengers in a range of cabin grades. The suites are like a home-from-home with en-suites with a bath and breathtaking sea views.
You’ll find a range of dining options on board from a buffet lunch in the Brigadoon to the more formal dining in the Glentanar where you can enjoy a five-course à la carte menu. Or if you prefer a more intimate setting head for the Orchid Room, with its oriental décor. At the Poolside you can enjoy al-fresco dining either at lunch or for a themed dinner.
Plenty of activities are offered on board whether you want to relax and be pampered or keep active. With four heated swimming pools and two Jacuzzis, a fully equipped Fitness Centre and yoga and Pilates classes, you can easily burn off the previous night’s indulgences. Or if you’d like to unwind after a busy day ashore head to the Atlantis Spa and Salon for a body treatment, facial or manicure.
Black Watch has several bars and lounges where you can chat over a drink or make new friends. The Morning Pub is open throughout the day and evening and resembles a British pub with live bands. Or enjoy Afternoon Tea or a pre-dinner drink in the Observatory Lounge, located towards the bow of the ship and offering amazing views. Black Watch is the only ship to feature a cinema – while away a few hours in comfort. After dinner head to the Neptune Lounge for the evening show of comedy, music or dance.
Superior Single Balcony Cabin
Superior Junior Suite
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