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These Oceanview Staterooms have room for up to four guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests. You'll also have a porthole to enjoy an amazing view.

Oceanview Porthole Window (OG)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5
The cabin were adequate and similar in size to other cuise lines, the problems we had with the cabin were solely based on the A/C not working properly.
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4512 & 4620
4512 was the better of the two cabins. Although they were both on the same deck and both had portholes, and both on the starboard side and basically the same. Cabin 4512 was just off of the forward elevators and was about three feet longer. That extra three feet made it much easier to get around the beds which we had placed together to make a king. Cabin 4620 was mid-ship just off of the mid set of elevators. Many people are concerned about possible noise on deck four but we heard very little.
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Trip of a Lifetime pilgrim2888
For the money it was worth it. Very clean very nice cabin boy.
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Our cabin was quite spacious and had plenty of room for everything. It was well attended to by our cabin steward who was unfailingly friendly and accommodating.
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Exactly what you would expect size-wise. Very clean, and the service was great
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Confortable and clean, just the size needed, what was really enjoyable.
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Cabin attendant was just great - worked around our needs.

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Cabin 5002 is a nice cabin but not in a quiet location. You can hear the front of the ship hitting the waves.
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Our cabin 5006 was small but cozy for my wife & I. We were quite happy with its size. The location did cause noise in the cabin & awful vibration in the bathroom area as the ship docked the first morning in Nanaimo BC. But it did not happen again. The storage shelves and closet space was adequate for my wife & I. If we were on a 10 day cruise, we'd pack differently & do laundry one day mid-cruise. But for seven nights, storage was very adequate. We even had our porthole window cleaned while in San Francisco. And the 110 outlet worked fine for us. And our cabin steward was fabulous! We had questions, he had answers... he was AAAAA+++++.
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Even smaller than the normal cabin (our parents' next door was a bit bigger, as was our sisters' upstairs), a bit noisy when entering port, way on one side of ship (opposite end from children's program and buffet) and has a port hole, no window.
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