Large Ocean-View Stateroom (FF): Maasdam Cabin Reviews

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Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub & shower. All DD-category staterooms have a partial sea view. All HH-category staterooms have fully obstructed views. G and H cabins may have portholes instead of windows.

Large Ocean-View Stateroom (FF)
Decks: Deck 4
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Large Ocean-View Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 811
May 2017
Many issues, many ports By: Stickwitch
Spacious oceanview had plenty of closet and drawer space. Unfortunately it was directly over one of the anchors making loud mornings and sailaways.The vibration from the operaions was very unpleasant. The bathroom had a tub that was difficult to get into without using the hand rails that are merely grouted to the walls. Another passenger found that out the hard way.
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Mar 2017
Cabin was in good shape, considering the age of the ship and properly cleaned. No really bad plumbing issues, to seriously hamper our comfort. Location near to doors leading to far aft outside and immediate outside decks, which was very convenient.
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Cabin 807
Jan 2017
I liked the option of having one queen sized bed or two twins. The storage was ample with plenty of room to stow one's belongings. The large picture-window in our cabin made it a pleasure to look out into the midnight sunshine, or to black it out when I chose to have the room dark. The linens and duvet cover were smooth and of high quality, contributing to a peaceful and deep night's sleep. I only wish the TV was larger and that there was a wall clock somewhere in the cabin. Otherwise, we greatly enjoyed our comfy cabin.
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Cabin 827
Jun 2016
Not what it was cracked up to be. By: seniorcruiser1956
The temperature was either hot or cold, no in between. Noisy. Nice stateroom attendant. Always fresh ice. Kept the room clean and stocked.
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Cabin 834
Jul 2015
My room was cabin 834 on Deck 4. Room was up to date with flat screen TV and DVD player. Room is near to thrusters so you will hear loud noises when docking and departing. The AC stopped working but it was fixed the next day.
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Cabin 321?
Jan 2011
This was the first cruise that we did not have a veranda. That alone was different. However I learned never be on the promenade deck,people walk by starting at dawn until very late at night. You have to keep the drapes drawn so you really can't enjoy the ocean view. The closet space was great for a ship very large. The most amazing thing was the huge path tub. You could almost float in it. The beds were the most comfortable I have had on a ship.
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Cabin 719
Jul 2010
Cabin-our cabin was a little larger than most we have had in the past and the bed was comfortable. There was plenty of storage and closet space. There was only one electrical outlet in the entire cabin, none in the bathroom. There was rust around the window. Electrical switches were broken. There was noticeable noise from the hallway because of the air vent in the door.
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