The 10 double and one single cabin are compact, ranging from 130 to 160-square ft. Five have fixed queen-size beds; five convert from twin to queen. All have shower-only bathrooms, individual temperature controls, hair dryers, terry robes, fluffy down comforters, VCRs and audio systems. Voltage is 110. Four bright, airy Bridge Deck cabins, built in 1999, feature sliding glass doors that open onto narrow balconies. The cozy Main Deck cabins each have a window, while the recently redecorated Cabin Deck rooms contain a light well near the ceiling with no view.
Nice cabin. Small, as is to be expected, shipboard. Queen bed. Bathroom is small but functional. Shower (no tub) works well. Only downside is that cabin is next to galley and one or two mornings we heard galley noise around 6. Chef commmented to us that he made efforts...continue
One of the best cabins on the ship. It had a comfortable double bed, a couch and a desk and chair, plenty of storage and a nice bathroom. Equipped with a flat screen and a DVD player. Bring your own DVDs.