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11 Reviews
Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa, 32 inch LCD TV.

Deluxe Veranda 2D (2D)
Decks: Deck 6
Cabin
Rating
Comments
9230?
It was a deluxe veranda but not sure what type however we were starboard stern(?) nice room, exceptionally clean with stewards who went out of their way to ensure you had everything you needed - nothing was too much trouble. The TV showed missed cruise seminars (watched in bed) as was the hilarious Cruise Entertainments manager who was on daily.
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6191
Food crowso
Very nice and above expectations. Well maintained and staffed by Louis. Really excellent and we care about such.
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6201
Clean modern spacious not to much of obstruction
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6204
Lovely Cruise Nanagoes
6204 has a partially obstructed view because of the tender's location, but it's the portion below the rail on the balcony. This was not a problem for us.
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7215
Cabin 7215 - Hump cabin with somewhat enlarged balcony and not noisy at all. Could see lifeboats below, but they didn't obstruct view. Storage space can be tight on a Transatlantic because of limited drawer space, but if you can use the 2 cabinets above the bed everything works fine. Bed was very comfortable and bathroom was fine.
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6195
If you do not mind the tender boats outside your balcony it will be fine. You can see across them so no big deal. For a first cruise it was great and would take it again. Close to elevators and quiet.
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9153
9153: more than adequate storage, great balcony with chairs that can be loungers, quiet location,nice tv, comfortable bed near the balcony. Convenient desk area with outlets.
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