I haven't sailed on a cruise before, but have done some sailing and understood in advance that the rooms would be small. Don't have a real basis for comparison, but will note the rooms were cleaned multiple times a day, had upscale fittings, a very nice sized window and made excellent use of the space to store baggage. Frankly we didn't spend much time in the room however preferring to spend time onboard in the lounge or on deck when sailing. Read entire member review >>
One word “claustrophobic.” MEN, NO ROOM to STAND to pee! Not to be funny, but I needed to move the toilet paper holder/toilet brush holder into the shower in order to stand in front of the commode. 128 square feet is NOT adequate; this Is NOT “BOUTIQUE” even if “recently remodeled.”
I imagine in order to conserve fresh water, the pressure to the shower head was severely restricted. While Uniworld had refurbished the cabins with modern “rain” style removable shower heads, there was insufficient water pressure to point the head upwards as in washing your arm pits!
Noise level - horrendous - engine, locks, deck sounds even one level down, etc.
All the cabins are identical on the ship (except for suites and window/vs balcony). With the small size, there's no reason to spend time in your room. We did have a few issues with the shower water seeping under the shower doors and not heading to the drain. The room was convenient & quiet. Read entire member review >>
Limited closet space: double-closet about 12 inches deep, a single closet about 18 inches deep. Shower was triangular in shape across a corner with a tri-panel sliding glass door. Although nice, it was a little tight. The room and hallway were very quiet. Read entire member review >>
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