Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ 28,613 gross tonne Black Watch is to enter dry dock next month to undergo planned refurbishment work. The refurbishment will see interiors spaces updated as well as two new restaurants added to the ship.
Regular maintenance work will take place during the dry dock. In addition to this work, cabins will receive improvements including new fabrics and refurbished bathrooms.
On Deck 6 the popular Morning Light Pub is to be expanded, whilst a new speciality restaurant is to replace The Courtyard. The adjacent Braemar Garden Café will also become a new stylish speciality restaurant. The Glentanar Restaurant, which is the main dining room on board Black Watch will also undergo an extensive refurbishment and will receive a fresh new look with the addition of new carpets and furniture.
Following her refurbishment, Black Watch will depart London, Tilbury on 15 December on a seven-night cruise visiting the Christmas Markets of Germany and Denmark.