Launched in 2014, Mein Schiff 3 was the first new build for TUI Cruises. Like the rest of the fleet, it is aimed at German-speaking families. The ship has 12 passenger decks and can accommodate 2,506 passengers and 1,000 crew.
There are 23 cabin categories available for passengers to choose from on the Mein Schiff 3. There are a total of 89 Suites, 957 Balcony State rooms, 97 Oceanview Rooms and 123 Interior Cabins. Six cabins are wheelchair accessible. Amenities in each room include television, twin beds, Nespresso coffee machine, personal safe, mini-bar and bathroom with shower.
There is a wide variety of dining options on board Mein Schiff 3, serving a diverse selection of cuisines. The main restaurant, Atlantik is divided into three sections: Classic for buffet style breakfast and a la carte lunch and dinner; Eurasianfor Asian dishes and Mediterranean, for southern European cuisine. The Anckelmannsplatz buffet restaurant includes an outdoor seating area and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other choices include: Hanami (traditional Japanese cuisine), Tag & Nacht, Richards (fine dining), Surf & Turf (steakhouse) and Gosch Sylt (seafood).
The Spa area houses a herbal sauna, salt sauna, Finnish sauna, treatment rooms, tea lounge, zen garden and a full-service beauty salon. For the fitness enthusiasts, the gym offers fitness classes and personal trainers. There are three pools, a jogging track and an outdoor sports area.
Mein Schiff 3 offers programs for children and teens from three to 15 years of age. The Nest offers babysitting (for a charge). The kids’s club hosts activities for the small children, including arts, crafts and games. There is also a teens’ lounge with gaming, karaoke, table games, cooking classes and teen parties, supervised by the staff. A large outdoor LED movie screen provides entertainment for children and families alike.
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