PRIDE OF KENT
1994 DECKPLAN
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Although the ship was not massively altered by P&O again after the stretching, most areas were rebranded and refurbished under P&O Stena Line's Brand World after 1998.

On C Deck:
The Self Service Restaurant became the International Food Court
The Peninsular Lounge became the Horizon Lounge, with an additional outlet, the Harbour Coffee Company, located at its forward end. An enclosed kiosk was latterly added along the starboard side of this space.
The small gift & news kiosk right aft became the Bureau de Change, with the latter's old location being absorbed into the shopping complex.

On B Deck:
The Video Lounge became a soft play area for children.
The Kent Restaurant became Langan's Brasserie.
The Posh Bar became Silverstones Sports Bar.
What is described here as 'the fast food cafe' retained its First Base burger bar name, this brand later spreading across the P&O Stena fleet. The additional section of seating (aft) later became the Mega Drome video games area.

There were no changes on A Deck.

In Greek service, the main changes were the installation of reclining seats throughout the space formally occupied by Langans, and the trucker's restaurant, as well as in the aft area on the deck above which had previously been the Mega Drome. The Club Lounge on A Deck was refitted for use as a private owner's lounge/boardroom, whilst former crew cabins on A and B decks were opened up to passenger use.
LINK: Original General Arrangement plan
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