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Deck 10 - The Wild Swans Freight Drivers Lounge and Restaurant

“The Wild Swans” is located on the starboard side of decks 10 and 11 and accessed from Deck 10.  The restaurant is located on the lower level with the lounge above.

The Wild Swans takes its name from the lyric poem “The Wild Swans at Coole” which was published in 1917.  It was written when Yeats was staying with Lady Gregory at her home near Coole Park in Galway.

Lobby outside the "Wild Swans" freight drivers lounge and restaurant on Deck 10, W.B. YEATS. Copyright © Scott Mackey.
Lobby outside the “Wild Swans” freight drivers lounge and restaurant on Deck 10, W.B. YEATS. Copyright © Scott Mackey.
Lobby outside the "Wild Swans" freight drivers lounge and restaurant on Deck 10, W.B. YEATS. Copyright © Scott Mackey.
Lobby outside the “Wild Swans” freight drivers lounge and restaurant on Deck 10, W.B. YEATS. The door to the right leads to the “Innisfree Club Class Lounge”. Copyright © Scott Mackey.
Entrance to "The Wild Swans" freight drivers restaurant on Deck 10 of W.B. YEATS, showing the staircase to the lounge with the restaurant just visible to the left of the picture. Copyright © Scott Mackey.
Entrance to “The Wild Swans” freight drivers restaurant on Deck 10 of W.B. YEATS, showing the staircase to the lounge with the restaurant just visible to the left of the picture. Copyright © Scott Mackey.
The "Wild Swans" freight drivers restaurant on Deck 10, W.B. YEATS. Copyright © Gordon Hislip.
The “Wild Swans” freight drivers restaurant on Deck 10, W.B. YEATS. Copyright © Gordon Hislip.