Stena Mersey Interior Gallery

All pictures were taken onboard during July 2014 and are © Copyright NIFerrySite unless otherwise stated.

Stena Mersey entrance lobby with guest services desk. The onboard shop is to the left of the picture.  © Niferrysite
Stena Mersey entrance lobby with guest services desk. The onboard shop is to the left of the picture.  © Niferrysite

 

A view showing part of the onboard shop. The shop sells a selection of items including but not limited to Fragrances (some good deals when I was onboard), sweets, souvenirs and gifts, and travel essentials. The member of crew manning the shop seemed very knowledgable and keen to offer assistance in choosing fragrances. © NIFerrySite
A view showing part of the onboard shop. The shop sells a selection of items including but not limited to Fragrances (some good deals when I was onboard), sweets, souvenirs and gifts, and travel essentials. The member of crew manning the shop seemed very knowledgable and keen to offer assistance in choosing fragrances. © NIFerrySite

 

Link corridor between the rear an front areas of passenger accommodation. This picture is taken looking towards the stern of the ship and so the passenger cabins on this deck are behind the panelling on the right. © Niferrysite
Link corridor between the rear an front areas of passenger accommodation. This picture is taken looking towards the stern of the ship and so the passenger cabins on this deck are behind the panelling on the right. © Niferrysite

 

This view is of Teen Town and the exterior of the Cinema. Again this is facing the rear of the vessel. © NIFerrySite
This view is of Teen Town and the exterior of the Cinema. Again this is facing the rear of the vessel. © NIFerrySite

 

A view of the slot machines adjacent to the arcade machines in Teen Town and the exterior of the cinema. The cinema entrance is to the left. © NIFerrySite
A view of the slot machines adjacent to the arcade machines in Teen Town and the exterior of the cinema. The cinema entrance is to the left. © NIFerrySite

 

Another shot of Teen Town. © NIFerrySite
Another shot of Teen Town. © NIFerrySite

 

Corridor through the passenger cabin block. This runs straight through this area and can be used as an alternative to the main corridor for walking between the front and rear passenger areas. © NIFerrysite
Corridor through the passenger cabin block. This runs straight through this area and can be used as an alternative to the main corridor for walking between the front and rear passenger areas. © NIFerrysite

 

Facing forward again, this is the end of the main corridor facing the News Room. The corridor through the passenger cabin block emerges to the left as well. © NIFerrySite
Facing forward again, this is the end of the main corridor facing the News Room. The corridor through the passenger cabin block emerges to the left as well. © NIFerrySite

 

One of a few pictures hanging throughout the ship which hint at the vessel's Italian heritage. © NIFerrySite
One of a few pictures hanging throughout the ship which hint at the vessel’s Italian heritage. © NIFerrySite

 

Some more Italian wall art. © NIFerrySite
Some more Italian wall art. © NIFerrySite

 

A closer look at the News Room. Just visible on the left of the picture is one of a number of large mirrors onboard the Stena Mersey. Also to the left and out of shot is where the corridor through the passenger cabin block emerges. © NIFerrySite
A closer look at the News Room. Just visible on the left of the picture is one of a number of large mirrors onboard the Stena Mersey. Also to the left and out of shot is where the corridor through the passenger cabin block emerges. © NIFerrySite

 

Inside view of the News Room. The TV Screen features live news throughout the crossing. © NIFerrySite
Inside view of the News Room. The TV Screen features live news throughout the crossing. © NIFerrySite

 

Another shot of the news room, this time looking towards the main corridor. © NIFerrySite
Another shot of the news room, this time looking towards the main corridor. © NIFerrySite

 

Continuing our walk towards the bow (front) of the ship, we next pass through one of the main seating areas, the Barista Coffee Shop. This view is taken from the other side looking towards the news room (the glass panels in the background). © NIFerrySite
Continuing our walk towards the bow (front) of the ship, we next pass through one of the main seating areas, the Barista Coffee Shop. This view is taken from the other side looking towards the news room (the glass panels in the background). © NIFerrySite.

 

Squeezed in a corner at the rear of Barista is this small Curious George themed children's play area. © NIFerrySite
Squeezed in a corner at the rear of Barista is this small Curious George themed children’s play area. A larger more permanent play area was fitted in a subsequent refit. © NIFerrySite

 

The 2 main walkways through Barista merge here in-front of the staircase to the main cabin deck. These double doors lead to the pod lounge, Stena Plus, and then the Met Bar and Grill, as well as the truckers restaurant. © NIFerrySite
The 2 main walkways through Barista merge here in-front of the staircase to the main cabin deck. These double doors lead to the pod lounge, Stena Plus, and then the Met Bar and Grill, as well as the truckers restaurant. © NIFerrySite

 

Taken from the same position as the last photograph, this view shows the passenger staircases to the main cabin accommodation and uppermost vehicle deck. © NIFerrySite
Taken from the same position as the last photograph, this view shows the passenger staircases to the main cabin accommodation and uppermost vehicle deck. © NIFerrySite

 

Immediately to the left as you go through the double doors is the pod lounge, with the small but adequate Stena Plus area in front of it. The area behind the photographer contains the main toilet facilities of the ship. © NIFerrySite
Immediately to the left as you go through the double doors is the pod lounge, with the small but adequate Stena Plus area in front of it. The area behind the photographer contains the main toilet facilities of the ship. © NIFerrySite

 

A few steps forward and past Stena Plus we come to the Met Bar and Grill. This area has received a major overhaul in the past year and is much improved with hotplates holding the more popular meals ensuring much faster service. © NIFerrySite
A few steps forward and past Stena Plus we come to the Met Bar and Grill. This area has received a major overhaul in the past year and is much improved with hotplates holding the more popular meals ensuring much faster service. © NIFerrySite

 

A shot along the hot plate showing some of the selection of foods ready to be taken away when placing your order. Items such as Steaks and Pizza's are still cooked to order and brought to your table. Food was found to be tasty, well cooked, and good value (for a ferry). © NIFerrySite
A shot along the hot plate showing some of the selection of foods ready to be taken away when placing your order. Items such as Steaks and Pizza’s are still cooked to order and brought to your table. Food was found to be tasty, well cooked, and good value (for a ferry). © NIFerrySite

 

The forward seating area of the Met Bar and Grill. The Fussball table and flags are present for the Fifa World Cup 2014. © NIFerrySite
The forward seating area of the Met Bar and Grill. The Fussball table and flags are present for the Fifa World Cup 2014. © NIFerrySite

 

Looking back from the very front corner of the vessel's passenger accommodation we can see the Met Bar itself in the distance. Further seating more appropriate for eating is behind the bench seat towards the rear of this view, while the truckers restaurant is to the left. Although I have no picture of this area, it is largely unchanged from the Norse Merchant days apart from being completely re-trimmed in Stena's style. © NIFerrySite
Looking back from the very front corner of the vessel’s passenger accommodation we can see the Met Bar itself in the distance. Further seating more appropriate for eating is behind the bench seat towards the rear of this view, while the truckers restaurant is to the left. Although I have no picture of this area, it is largely unchanged from the Norse Merchant days apart from being completely re-trimmed in Stena’s style. © NIFerrySite
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