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Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area, and a private bathroom. (135-144 sq. ft.)

Interior Stateroom (Q)
Decks: Deck 2
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Cabin 3236
Not a typical cruise VermontyPython
The interior state room was exactly what I expected based on other cruises. Cozy, but clean and easy enough to manage. Our state room attendant was excellent. Weird fact: the ESPN channel on this ship was broadcasting entire days of coverage from early July! It was pretty cool to see baseball and soccer games in January!
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Cabin 2617
Small, but clean. Everything you would reasonably expect. Unfortunately no fridge or kettle. Quiet and in a good position for the lifts. No vibration or discomfort.
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Cabin 3813
Disappointed hillsaths1

Cabin was fine, bed comfortable. TV was good but channels and variety were very poor. Shower small but ok.
Cabin attendant was not intrusive.


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Cabin 2017
Standard interior cabin, nice and quiet. Well located in the centre of the ship so easy to get to main atrium/dining and not much boat movement.
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Cabin 2523
Cabin was great, wasn't too noisy and is nice and close to the Forward elevators which is great for heading up to the Windjammer. That said, it was Deck 2 and there is nothing going on down below. It was quiet. Mattresses were pretty firm, I wish they would have been updated in the latest renovation. Nothing was broken, everything worked great.
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Small cabin, but perfect for two people. Recommend no window if you want to sleep in. Toilet stopped working by day 2 and had to be fixed almost daily, but was not bad. TV in room was quite crappy. Steward was simply awesome and always had the room made up for us every time we stepped out. Beds were a bit uncomfortable.
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