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  • Itineraries: Canary Islands, Europe and Caribbean
  • Suited to lovers of old-style, British cruising

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In all, there are 21 categories of accommodations, ranging from 140-square-foot singles to the five 550-square-foot Premier Suites.

Set high up on the Marquee Deck (Deck 9), each Premier Suite offers a separate bedroom and sitting room, a balcony, a fairly roomy bathroom that includes a bathtub with shower, a DVD/CD player alongside a colour TV, and both a mini-bar and refrigerator.

Marquee Suites (440 square feet), Superior Suites (250 square feet), Balcony Suites (215 square feet), Balcony Cabins (160 square feet) and Superior Single Balcony Cabins or Single Balcony Cabins (both 150 square feet) also have balconies, each with two chairs and a table. However, the 2011 refit included the addition of much bigger lifeboats, so many balcony cabins now have fully restricted views. Check the deck plans very carefully before booking if a balcony is important to you. All other outside categories have picture windows, except for categories D, E, F, some K and L. These have portholes. The 17 new inside cabins, graded N, are roomy doubles in a blue colour scheme with compact bathrooms that offer power showers.

All cabins come equipped with private baths or showers, hair dryers and flat-screen colour TV's. Four cabins on the Lido Deck (Deck 7) are equipped for disabled passengers, and some categories can accommodate three, four or even five sleepers. There is plenty of storage and good hanging space. Bathrooms vary considerably according to cabin grade, but all come with shower gel/shampoo in refillable dispensers in the showers, and soap is available in similar dispensers by the basins. Every cabin contains tea- and coffee-making facilities.

Bathrooms, carpets and soft furnishings have been renewed throughout the ship, though some of the cabins with portholes do reflect the vessel's age.


Boudicca Cabin Reviews 33 Cabin Reviews
   Cabin 5048
December 2014

Small but comfortable

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   Cabin 5050
December 2014

Very nice cabin; clean, comfortable and quiet. Appreciated the bathtub in the cabin as well as the shower. Twin beds, lots of drawer and wardrobe space and tea and coffee making facilities. Conveniently situated on deck 5 for reception and the shops, and the salon one...continue


Not Rated
   Cabin 637
October 2014

cabin small but adequate for short stay

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Boudicca Ratings
Member Rating
Dining
4.0
4.3
Public Rooms
4.0
3.9
Cabins
3.0
3.7
Entertainment
4.0
3.5
Spa & Fitness
4.0
3.6
Family & Children
1.0
1.4
Shore Excursions
4.0
3.8
Enrichment
5.0
NA
Service
4.0
4.4
Value-for-Money
4.0
3.8
Rates
4.0
3.9

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Ship Stats
Crew: 325
Launched: June 1973/refurbished for Olsen January 2006
Decks: 10
Tonnage: 28,338
Passengers: 856
Registry: Bahamas
CDC Score: Not yet inspected
 
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