Today is a "feel-good day" at sea, which we want to start with breakfast in the Atlantic restaurant.
It's pretty full on Mein Schiff 4
Unfortunately everything is full. One of the "hosts" - TUI-speaking for a middle supervisory position - stops us with "Hello, everything is full, you have to queue or maybe try later". It's pretty full everywhere, but nobody has to starve to death on Mein Schiff 4. We have breakfast in the bakery. This is a bright bistro-like area in front of the buffet restaurant, in which there are various fresh rolls, types of bread and cakes.
Mein Schiff 4 - Bakery
We are also unlucky with the sun loungers, everything is occupied, but at least half of the towels. Since we don't travel so often with a German ship, we hadn't thought of this type of "reservation". The indoor pool is firmly in the hands of the little ones because of the winter holidays. The children's entertainer only says: “We all want to feel good”. Yes of course!
Mein Schiff 4 - Outer Alster Bar & Grill
Extensive program on board
The daily program on this day at sea offers from sporting activities such as fitness and Pilates to creative and instructive workshops - photography, making jewelry - to entertainment - bingo, shuffleboard, readings - and comprehensive information, such as the art tour or the question time with the captain, everything a vacationer could want. And everything on a very good level.
In the evening there is a waiting list in the brasserie of the Atlantik restaurant, followed by a very slow service. On this day I realize: The word “feel good” is used so inflationarily on Mein Schiff 4 that after a while you feel annoyed. And it is very good to have a balcony cabin on such a "feel-good ship". Then you actually have a real "feel-good place".
Mein Schiff 4 - The balcony cabin 6055
In the evening we reach Lanzarote.