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which you can match with sake and sake-based cock­tails.

If you want to start the evening with drinks while watch­ing the sun slip be­low the hori­zon, head for the loungers on deck 11 or the Ob­ser­va­tion Lounge, where floor-to­ceil­ing win­dows pro­vide sweep­ing views to com­ple­ment the cham­pagne cock­tails. A jaw-drop­ping four-me­tre chan­de­lier with 6,000 pieces of crys­tal greets pas­sen­gers as they ar­rive on board, and the decor con­tin­ues through­out the ship in pala­tial, old-school style. A gold balustrade ac­cents the sweep­ing grand stair­case in the lobby, the restau­rants all have soar­ing ceil­ings, and the hall­ways are lit by more chan­de­liers. Close at­ten­tion has been paid to ev­ery dec­o­ra­tive de­tail, from the spe­cially com­mis­sioned paint­ings by Span­ish artist Ed­uardo Ar­ranz-bravo in the lobby and works by Cha­gall and Pi­casso at the Prime 7 steak­house, to the glit­ter­ing tiles at Com­pass Rose and the Asian mo­tif in Pa­cific Rim.

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