Black Watch is to enter dry dock next month, which will see a significant investment in updating her interior spaces, as well as adding two new restaurants.
In addition to regular maintenance works, cabins will be refreshed with new fabrics, refurbished bathrooms, and feature safes and a mini-bar as standard.
The popular Morning Light Pub will be expanded, and a new speciality restaurant will replace The Courtyard. The Braemar Garden Café will also be turned into a stylish, intimate restaurant. The dated Glentanar Restaurant will receive a fresh new look, along with new carpets and furniture.
Black Watch will set sail with her refreshed look from December 15, for a seven-night cruise to the Christmas Markets of Germany & Denmark, as well as a transit of the Kiel Canal.
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