Cabins -- all outside -- range from premium port-holed oceanview staterooms (with picture windows), and Xpedition suites (with verandahs). At the top of the price range is the Penthouse Suite, which is two Xpedition suites combined to offer one double and one single bedroom, and two balconies.
All are prettily presented in cream and blue or peach, with honey wood trims and cream and brass lamps, and have a small dressing table/desk area and small sofa. Interactive 20- inch TVs, direct-dial telephones with voicemail, hairdryers, safes and bathrobes are provided at all accommodation levels.
Bathrooms are small and narrow, but showers are reasonably roomy and there is adequate storage space for a fairly casual wardrobe. Balconies are also narrow but come equipped with teak-topped tables and sit-up chairs.
Tiny but well kept; beds were comfortable, and good closet space. Shower nice and roomy. You hear the anchor every morning and feel the ship sway all night long. you get used to it. Public rooms are nice; nothing is luxury at all. The breakfasts were fine; LUNCH IS THE...continue
We upgraded to the PH suite as the supplement was very reasonable for the additional space, and its amenities. We had originally booked The Royal Suite #604. This suite offers more than adequate space for two guests, as it was originally designed for two units. Two full...continue