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Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, whirlpool bath & shower, sitting area, private verandah, mini-bar, refrigerator, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 292 sq. ft. including verandah.

Vista Suite with Verandah (BB)
Decks: Deck 7
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Vista Suite with Verandah Cabin Reviews
Cabin 7055
Jan 2017
Vista Suite - Free fresh fruit daily! Nice touch with the lap blanket (1). We had six water glasses, four wine glasses, and ice twice daily. Free tote bag, pen and personalized stationary in room! Loved the turndown chocolates! Lots of nice touches, for example, love how the coffee table changed height so it made it much easier to eat breakfast in the room. Magnet on bathroom door kept the door open, and prevented banging during rough seas. Large shallow drawers that were large enough to hold a 18" Eagle Creek Packing Folder. Four closets, and an additional closet w/ shelves. One of the hanging closets can convert into shelves. If you used the US outlet, you’ll need to replug the DVD player in to get it to work. Outlets (not enough), one European, one US, and one US up very high in the bathroom. Weird fire route. We would need to go aft to a back crew stairwell, downstairs to deck three and out.
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Cabin 7042
Jan 2017
We had problems with the toilet flooding and the AC/Heat Unit stopped working about 3/4 of the way into the cruise. There was noise from the deck above us early in the morning with chairs/carts scraping across the deck.
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Cabin 7048
Oct 2016
Voyage of the Vikings By: sworksjr
Lack of electrical outlets was annoying, but I have gotten use to that on most ships. The binoculars provided with the room are very good, better than the ones I brought.
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Mar 2012
Our veranda cabin was as spacious and comfortable as we could hope at the fare we paid, and the veranda was large enough to be useful (unlike the one we had on the Eurodam two years ago.) Storage space was more than adequate. I was glad to have brought a power strip with me, as there was only one 110 AC outlet in the room. Although wifi isn't piped to cabins, we were close enough to the Explorer Cafe to get a good signal. Of course, the cost of wifi was outrageous, considering the glacial response. Cabin stewards were excellent - we love these Indonesian guys. Thermal control was iffy. Lighting was good. Acoustic separation from neighboring cabins was quite good. TV was sporadic. And is carrying Fox News but not MSNBC a corporate decision?
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Aug 2011
A Month at Sea! By: Christina Auld
Cabin was excellent, had to ask for a second chair! Plenty storage, bright, airy, good lighting & very comfy bed. Only downside was the motorised wheelchairs sitting along the corridor.
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