ON BOARD P&OSL KENT
2: Langan's Brasserie, Silverstones Sports Bar, First Base, Orient, Club & Quiet Lounges
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LINK: Pride of Kent 1994 deckplan (post-stretching)
All pictures matt@hhvferry.com
Above: On B Deck, the forwardmost passenger space (with the adjacent Freight Driver's 'Routemasters' restaurant) was Langan's Brasserie on the starboard side amidships. These two facilities, along with the Orient and Club lounges above and the Horizon Lounge below, were created in the 'stretched' part of the ship. This is the view looking into Langan's from the central lobby.
Above: Looking aft in Silverstones Sports Bar - located astern of Langan's.
Above: Silverstones (in the background in this view) led aft into the First Base burger bar.
Above: Right aft on B Deck, was originally an extension of the First Base seating area, under P&O Stena this was converted into the Coca Cola Mega Drome with video games. Some of the burger bar's red bench seating remains. In Greek service, GA Ferries rather meanly converted this dark, gloomy and still-windowless space to reclining seating.
Above and below: Amidships on the deck above, A Deck, was the Club Lounge in English Channel service. This was located to starboard with another space, the little-used Orient Lounge, to port.
Above: The Orient Lounge.
Above and below: Right aft on A Deck, and accessed only via the aft staircase, was a quiet lounge. This re-used much of the ship's original seating (see Spirit of Free Enterprise internal pictures) which had been displaced during the 1992 conversion.
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