Thursday, March 04, 2010

Much needed facelift for M/F Crown of Scandinavia


One of the two ferries traveling from Oslo Copenhagen, the M/F Crown of Scandinavian has undergone a 20 million NOK (€2,5 mill.) facelift. The rather outdated economy cabins are however still the same.

It is a disappointment, though, that this renovation has not been extended to the other cabins, as only the Owners Suites and Commodore de Luxe cabins have got a new contemporary look. They have got new furniture in walnut, mini bars, lamps, carpets, and flat screen TV.

I have traveled with M/F Crown of Scandinavia several times. It is the oldest of the two ferries, and needed a serious face lift.

The space of the restaurants have been rearranged to increase the number of diners, and given a new contemporary look. The Gourmet restaurant Marco Polo has been moved to get better view.

This spring I will not travel to Copenhagen. But you may read my previous experiences on the DFDS ferries here.

Stories from DFDS Crown of Scandinavia

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