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This stateroom has a partially obstructed balcony with patio furniture. It offers two twin beds that make up into a queen-sized bed, a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower, plus a spacious closet and desk.

Balcony (obstructed view) (BV)
Decks: Deck 8
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Cabin E310
Brits Beware! Mikemundy
Exactly as expected
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Cabin E 439
As for the cabins, I had an obstructed view (E 439) which sits directly above the smallest life boat just one deck below. The view was O.K., but once again, the life boats were placed between deck 7 & 8 so that most of the balcony stateroom are obstructed. Not really a very good view if situated just above one of the larger life boats. As far as the balcony staterooms go, the balconies were cramped and smaller than most other cruises /cruise lines on which I have sailed. It seems that the architects were scrimping on cabins in deference to larger public spaces (with the intent purpose of revenue), and with the exception being the Princess Theater which was smaller than other ships (Grand / Golden). The showers were outfitted with the standard dreaded shower curtain. The bedspreads I believe, were noted to be duvets. These duvets were rather heavy and did not have a sheet separating them from the fitted sheets.
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Cabin A623
Ups and Downs clausey
Small clean great service. No room to move around and tiny balcony
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Cabin E438
Best holiday ever! Aussiehoneymooners

Great size, spacious, generous luggage space. Bathroom was quite small but it was fine for us. Balcony wasn't really obstructed, had nothing in front of us. Really recommend this cabin.

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