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Dutch Melody

Cruise Line
Launched
 st December 1999
Tonnage
 Unknown
Length
 110 feet
Total Crew
 32
Occupancy
 140
Rating
  stars

Description

Dutch Melody’s amenities include a spacious lounge with large windows from which you can can enjoy the passing scenery. It's also where you'll find the well-stocked bar/pub and where you can help yourself to complimentary tea and coffee throughout the day.

On the deck above the lounge/bar is the restaurant – an example of the mouthwatering meals served here can be found on the Cuisine tab below. At breakfast and lunch you can sit where you like and help yourself to semi-buffet-style meals but dinner is a more formal menu-centered service, and depending on the situation, will have a selection of options available to the guests. Cuisine is international, though with some local and regional specialities. You can also enjoy wine, beer or soft drinks with lunch and dinner, and complimentary tea and coffee are available throughout the day. For for an extra charge you may order from a selected wine list. The dress code is casual, though some passengers opt for resort casual attire in the evenings. In the evenings you may wish to relax in the lounge, where live music is performed nightly and light-hearted games and quizzes take place on some evenings.

Up top you'll find the partially-shaded sun deck lined with comfortable sun loungers there is a fitness room and a sauna and whirlpool at the bow of the Cantata Deck, the lounge, pub/bar and library are above them on Serenade Deck, which also boasts the restaurant aft.

All cabins are situated over three decks. They are light and comfortable with twin beds which fold into the wall during the day, leaving small sofa-style seats. Cabins have individual thermostats, a wall safe, a direct-dial telephone and a television which even features a live stream from a camera mounted on the ship’s bow. Wi-Fi internet access is free. Serenade Deck cabins have floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and a small balcony. Sonata/Cantata Deck accommodation has large picture windows while Prelude Deck cabins are located at water level and have chest-high windows.