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Partially Obstructed Oceanview Porthole Window Cabins

14 Reviews
These Oceanview Staterooms can accommodate up to four guests. They include two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa to sleep up to two more. They also feature a sitting area and a porthole to enjoy the view.

Partially Obstructed Oceanview Porthole Window (OK)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 6
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Cabin 6002
Amazing Alaska mbchappy
The cabin was comfortable and exactly what we expected, our steward Clive did an excellent job maintaining it and on the one day we did have an issue he was attentitve in seeing it was resolved.
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Cabin 6006
Nice Time GabrielJM

Small, plenty of storage space. Comfy bed. You can hear and feel the anchor as it drops. The window looks out onto the jogging and walking track so there is not much privacy and you need to keep your curtains drawn.

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Cabin 6209
First NCL Cruise AtlantaVol

More storage that we've ever had on a cruise...the shower was TERRIBLE - that had to be the worst part of the cruise - it was SO SMALL, you could hardly turn around or bend down.

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Cabin 6202

Plenty of room, very comfortable and especially liked the location and is why I booked this one in particular. Lots of storage room. Perfect for the solo traveler like myself.

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Cabin 6003

I got a partial ("obstructed") seaview cabin on the same deck (5 or 7?) as the jogging/promenade track, but it turned out to be the perfect choice. The "partial view" meant only that their was a roof over the deck, but I had a clear view and could see what the weather was like and whether we were passing some spectacular scenery. Then in 15 seconds, I could be outside on the deck, snapping photos or enjoying the fresh air. The ship also closed off the jogging area past cabins from 8pm to 8am so the sound of "hoofs" was never an issue. In fact the ride was extremely quiet and I noticed a barely perceptible rocking of the ship only for part of one night.

I chose my cabin on the port side to maximize viewing of the shore, and it was near the bow. The 141 ft2 space was very well designed to maximize closet space, and the circular shape of the bathroom and shower were fine for all but the most obese of passengers. I had one potential concern after having read in a guide book that NCL has a penchant for frequent and loud announcements. However, these were not as common as feared (perhaps because the liner has since then reacted to feedback), and the announcements from cruise director and captain were not at all loud, especially when heard in the room.

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Cabin 6007
This is an outside cabin on the Promenade Deck. Outside the window is the jogging/walking track but it is blocked from 10 pm to 8 am. If you put your nose on the window you can peer in. 6007 is very convenient to everything. The cabin is clean and everything worked. There is no longer toiletries in the bathroom but you can ask the room stewards for lotion, etc.
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Cabin 6009
Cabin was on the Promenade deck forward port with only 9 rooms on our side. It was very quiet and isolated from traffic as you would only be going to your cabin in this location. Doors to the Promenade deck were very close by. Our large window was adequate to see everything even though it was considered obstructed but the size of the room offset this limitation. Plenty of storage and closet areas.
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Cabin 6204
NCL Sun (Spot) review Tennessee Traveler
Ample storage space. Easy access to Promenade deck. Near the elevators & stairs, but not too close to be noisy.
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