Launched in 2015, Mein Schiff 4 is built with a modern design aimed at attracting German-speaking families. The 99,300 tonne ship has 12 passenger decks and can accommodate 2,506 passengers and 1,000 crew.

[fa type=”bed”] Accommodation

There are 1,253 cabins on board, including 89 suites, 957 balcony staterooms, 123 interior cabins and 97 oceanview cabins. Mein Schiff 4 has six wheelchair accessible cabins. Amenities in each room include television, twin beds, Nespresso coffee machine, personal safe, mini-bar and bathroom with shower.

[fa type=”cutlery”] Food

On Mein Schiff 4, guests can enjoy dining in a wide array of venues with diverse cuisines. The main restaurant, Atlantik is divided into three sections: Classic” for buffet style breakfast and a la carte lunch and dinner; Mediterranean, for southern European cuisine and Brasserie for French fare. The Anckelmannsplatz buffet restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other choices include: Hanami (traditional Japanese cuisine), Tag & Nacht (bistro), Richards (fine dining), Surf & Turf (steakhouse) and Gosch Sylt (seafood). There is a variety of bars spread throughout the ship.

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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 is a jogging track, an outdoor sports area and three pools, including a 25-metre pool and a multi-level indoor pool with a whirlpool.

[fa type=”group”] Families

Mein Schiff 4 has dedicated programs through the kids’ club for children aged three to 15 years. There is also a teens’ lounge with dance floor, game tables, video games, karaoke, cooking classes, teen parties and movies. The playground area has an internet corner and video console games. Families and children alike can enjoy the large outdoor LED movie screen. Babysitting is offered on board at the Nest baby room.


– Cruise Passenger 

“…We liked that all of the suite felt spacious, including the bathroom and the veranda. The Klanghaus, advertised as the only concert hall at sea, is a really nice venue. I listened to a piano trio there and the sound is very good indeed. We liked the “Surf & Turf” steakhouse best with its diverse meat offerings on display for you to choose from, the perfectly done steaks and other dishes as well as the excellent service. The atmosphere created by the whole team made it so much more enjoyable to eat there…”

– Cruise Critic 

– Berlitz

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