Construction business tossed the M/S suite’s furniture into the water after the Baltic Princess video leaked

With a passenger capacity of 2,800, the 12-deck M/S Baltic Princess is one of the biggest cruise ships in the Baltic Sea. She will find numerous dining establishments, five bars, three stores, a children’s play area, a state-of-the-art sauna area, and contemporary meeting spaces on board.

On board, there are more than 900 accommodations, from roomy balcony suites to basic interior staterooms. There are hypoallergenic and particularly adapted cabins for travellers with disabilities as well as private bathrooms with TV in every cabin.

There are several eating alternatives at Baltic Princess to satisfy every palate. You can savour the finest Baltic flavours in the “Gourmet” à la carte restaurant while taking in the breathtaking sea views. The 266-seat “Grill House” and the Russian à la carte restaurant “Katarina” are also present. If everything appeals to you, visit the buffet restaurant and savour a wide selection of foods while taking in the breathtaking view of the sea, or stop by for an aperitif.

If you’re looking for a bar, Baltic Princess stands up to the hype. The classy martini bar is the ideal location for an aperitif and piano-listening. Escape the pressures of daily life in the comfortable Cigar Club, complete with large recliners.

The Art Deco-inspired Starlight nightclub provides magnificent surroundings and enthralling entertainment for amusement. The “Iskelmä Bar” at the bow serves up traditional Finnish and Estonian dance music, and you may party until dawn at the Sun Disco.

An essential component of the Tallink experience is shopping. Shopping at Baltic Princess is really delightful and relaxed. Food, candies, and beverages are sold in supermarkets, cosmetics and scents are sold in beauty salons, and apparel, accessories, and mementos are sold in boutiques.

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