Safari Spirit Cabins

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Safari Spirit Cabins

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There are six double cabins in total, two on Bridge Deck and four on the lower Cabin Deck. Cabin #C-4, the largest at 266-square feet, is dubbed the Elvis room for its white paneling and fixed king-size bed. The smallest accommodation, the 172-square foot #C-3, has fixed twins. The four other cabins convert from king to twin. The perky decor consists of floral patterned down comforters, piles of bed pillows, oak paneling, a dresser, mirrored walls and plenty of built-in closet and drawer space. Amenities include a hair dryer, terry robes, slippers, umbrellas and VCR. Voltage is 110. There are no phones, TV channels, safes or locks on the doors. All bathrooms have a combination shower/Jacuzzi, but the rather odd, cube-like whirlpool tubs on Cabin Deck are built into the bottoms of the showers. Hot water, in any case, is in limited supply.

Cabin Deck rooms have non-opening light wells that offer extremely limited views through hazy glass. Passengers in Bridge Deck cabins (#A-1, A-2), on the other hand, can lie in bed and survey the passing scene through floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open onto foot-wide balconies. These are also the quietest cabins, being furthest from the generator and engine. Fortunately the yacht docks at night, and the Captain seldom hoists anchor super early in the morning.
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Ian White
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Sailed September 2011
For the size of the Vessel our stateroom was excellent. Comfortable, clean with a great view. Noise on the upper deck not really a problem.... Read more
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Ian White
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Sailed September 2011
Our cruise, which lasted 15 days, took us from Juneau Alaska northwards to Glacier Bay and then south via the Inside Passage to Seattle in Washington State USA. We have tended to cruise in the past on smaller vessels and have always ... Read more
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