The cabin was well-appointed and much roomier than I expected.
The windows on deck 3 are portholes with a very heavy steel cover held up by a single chain. All looks very precarious to me and the crew seal them shut in rough weather to prevent nasty accidents which make them then no different from an inside cabin.(However for admiring the view the observation lounge at the top is the thing).
Twin port holes. Excellent views. Cabin offset from main corridor so no noise at all. Mid-ship position so little movement of ship felt. Crowded bathroom - toilet too close to shower. Long vanity mirror situated on outside bathroom door, not ideal as it should be on a wardrobe door instead.
cabin was on deck 3 on same passage as entrance to engine room and near to gangway exits in several ports. we never had any reason to complain. cabin was average size with twin beds two chairs dressing table and toilet and shower good size wardrobe and plenty drawer space. Hairdryer and all toiletries were also supplied. Read entire member review >>