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Suites with balconies can be upwards of 85 percent larger than a Mini-Suite, with up to 706 square feet of space. Features two luxury twin beds made up as a queen, a separate sitting area with sofa bed and desk, and a bathtub with massage shower head.
    
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733
Emerald Suite E733 Beautiful suite, comfortable bedding. Roomy and spacious. Very loud vibrations from prop and a lot of motion when in open water. Large balcony, the beam was not an issue.  Read entire member review.
D736
Smaller than you would expect. Closet not much bigger than normal balcony closet just more shelf space. Room and equipment all looks dated. No KING available even in a full suite. Balcony was decent but not big enough for all the furniture. Shower and tub were nice size. Separate room for WC and Sink. No place to put anything down in sink area. Almost all space taken up with tissue box and towel basket with toiletries.  Read entire member review.
D736
FABULOUS balcony! Corner aft with plenty of room for the full sized wooden dining table, four chairs, two lounges and two coffee table. Steel beam posed no issues and provided a place for a coffee table out of the breeze, allowing me to leave a book out there all day. Having two climate controls is a great touch. BTW - there is a 'hidden' electric outlet in the shelves by the bar sink. Great place to recharge an iPod or camera! Quiet location!  Read entire member review.
D737
In addition to the queen size bed there is a cocktail table and side chair and couch. There is also a wet bar in the entry hallway next to the main TV. The couch can convert 2/3 rd's of itself into a single berth. There is a pull down bed in the ceiling parallel to the couch. Both were suitable for 10 & 13 year girls to sleep in but I'm not so sure about adults. When the couch is deployed as a berth, floor space does become tight in that area. The bedroom area also had a vanity/writing desk which was next to one of the bathroom entrances which was next to the closet entrance. There is a peninsular wall that holds two TV's (large facing couch, small facing bed) that helps separate the bedroom and living area's; there is also a curtain that can be pulled between the two areas for privacy. The bathroom has two entrances: one from the entry hallway and one from the bedroom. The bathroom is separated by a door into two compartments: one with a shower and Jacuzzi tub and the other with the sink and toilet. As has been noted before, there are no shelves or storage in the bathroom. There were plenty of drawers throughout the room and enough hanging space in the small walk-in closet for the belongings of all four of us.The very large balcony was furnished with two padded loungers with a side table. There is also a round wood table with four padded chairs for dinning. We often had 13 people on the balcony with plenty of room to spare. There is a structural column in the right half of the balcony. It is about two feet or so wide. It really didn't bother us and in fact I used it to block the sun on several occasions.  Read entire member review.
E733
We love having aft cabins and will book them whenever I found the Interior rooms to have plenty of space for myself and two kids.  Read entire member review.
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