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Approx.160 sq.ft. Portholes, bathroom with bathtub and shower (or shower only), hairdryer, television.

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Cabin 3043
Sep 2015
Mini Cruise to Ireland By: firsttimers3
Our cabin was kept spotlessly clean by Suay and had everything in it that you needed. Tea & coffee were also supplied which was very welcome. Chocolates were left on our pillows every night after the beds were turned down. The beds/pillows were very comfortable. We didn't have any bad shudders or noises that kept us awake and we were on deck 3.
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Cabin 4048
Dec 2014
OH DEAR By: beechtopboy
one adequate single bed and one very hard narrow one at right angles to the other
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Cabin 4133
Nov 2011
Small is beautiful. By: Mike Smith
Outside cabin: 2 Good sized wardrobes tea & coffee making facilities, comfortable good sized beds, bit of engine noise in and out of ports as we were situated on the aft part of the ship (Atlantic deck 4). The shower was good and the bathroom was larger than other ships we have been on.
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Cabin 4126
Aug 2011
Totally spoilt By: Clare Ding
cabin 4126 was often noisy as we appeared to be above the engine. However, it was clean, spacious, had a bath as well as shower. Comfy bed and pillows. Plenty of wardrobe space, lots of coat hangers. Enjoyed having tea making facilities in cabin. Powerful hairdryer. Never heard the neighbours or people returning to cabins.
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Cabin 4124
Jan 2011
Double cabin for single occupancy. Bath tub as well as a shower. Good storage space. As the cabin was in the aft section of the ship there was, from time to time, some vibration. There were two portholes which was disappointing as I have been used to picture windows on this and other Fred. Olsen ships. Tea / coffee-making facilities which were kept "topped-up" twice daily. Unlike on the "Balmoral" and "Braemar" there was noy interactive television although the TV worked well picking up several stations.
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