|1. C||14. Tosh Asada|
|2. B||15. Monika Manning|
|3. C||16. Karl Gass|
|4. B||17. Sophie Jacobs|
|5. A||18. Gerald Kirkby|
|6. C||19. Francine La Tuille|
|7. 313||20. Richard Forsythe|
|8. 615||21. Martha Pennington|
|9. 19||22. snack|
|10. 59||23. entrance|
|11. 109||24. key|
|12. 206||25. shopping|
|13. 15||26. viewing|
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Good evening and welcome aboard the Pride of Poole. In this recorded announcement, we’ll give you details of some of the facilities available on board this ship
You’re currently standing in the reception area in the centre of B Deck. If you’re feeling hungry after a long day’s travelling, go up the stairs to A Deck, where you’ll find the restaurant. The restaurant caters for all appetites, with anything from a light snack to a full three-course meal The restaurant will be open from the moment the ship leaves port to half an hour before arrival
Next to the restaurant on A Deck in the lounge, there are reclining seats with music headphones if you want to relax The headphones are free, but people using this area are encouraged to keep noise to a minimum so that other passengers can enjoy themselves and sleep or read if they wish.
For those of you who’d like some entertainment, just next door to us on this deck is a 40-seat cinema showing the latest full- length feature films. The cinema programme is available here at reception, but you’ll have to buy the tickets themselves at the cinema entrance just before you go in.
Just next to the cinema is the staircase leading down to the cabins on C Deck To access your cabin, just show your boarding pass to a steward, who will give you the key .
On this deck, that is B Deck, you’ll also find an area where you can either play games in our special electronic games arcade or do your shopping .
Just beyond that on the same level, people who want a bit of fresh air or just want to see the sea can go out onto the viewing deck, which is in the open air. Make sure you wear a jacket or coat, as it can be quite cold and windy.