Introducing Black Watch
In contrast to the megaships being built today, Black Watch offers a more personal and intimate cruising experience. Look forward to sharing your ship with a few hundred like-minded guests rather than the thousands accommodated on the modern giants.
About Black Watch
With smaller dimensions comes the possibility to dock at a wider variety of ports, as well as the opportunity to get to know fellow shipmates with ease.
Whether working out or winding down, there are facilities to suit everyone. Features on board include two serene heated swimming pools, as well as numerous hot tubs and exercise pools, a fitness centre offering a gym and classes, plus golf nets, a tennis court and a deck promenade. A range of treatments are available in the Atlantis spa, where there’s also a sauna and steam room at your disposal.
Indulge in a rather special five-course evening meal at the stylish Glentanar or Orchid Room venues, or enjoy something more casual at the Braemar Garden Cafe. If the warm evening breeze tempts you outside, the al fresco restaurant on Black Watch – The Grill – is well worth a visit.
Options for evening entertainment are broad and traditional, with cabaret acts at the Neptune Lounge. If that’s not your thing, perhaps you’d prefer the live musicians and quiz nights available at the pub and the Lido Lounge.
There’s the opportunity to play bridge in the Card Room, or to take some time out in the library. The Marquee bar has a great selection of gins, while the observatory is a great place to round off another relaxing day. Enjoy winding down while a pianist creates the perfect ambiance to compliment the stunning view. Black Watch will certainly help create some unforgettable memories.