Around the Promenade on Artemis. Teak with white rubberised? caulking. Not very wide, but room enough for the plastic 'wood look' chairs. Almost double height before the lifeboats hang. Aft, walk around the upper glass level of the Wedding Chapel, play deck quoits & look down on the crew pool. Fwd, a small alleyway behind the entrance to the foredeck [crew recreation spot], but can look down into the winch area.
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Which contains Artemis' Bell. A crew recreation area, but it was deserted & they'd left the door open hiding the sign. The builder's plaque is on the foremost section of the prom. There is another on the after decks.
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Artemis has a lovely tiered stern & fantail, with central ladder, but was little used by passengers on our trip. The chairs/loungers were not put out. No waiter service here either. Table tennis, shuffleboard and quoits were played; also a golf net. There is a bridge on Canberra  Deck far aft, an interesting idea. Below however, being something of a focal point, is the crew recreation area & pool. The uppermost deck is the Al Fresco area of the Conservatory [buffet], which seemed quite apart from the rest. For photos of Artemis' Fantail from ashore see http://public.fotki.com/Magwa/cruising/artemis-may-2008/artemis-on-deck--fr/sternartemis/
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