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Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower. Approximately 174–255 sq. ft.

Large Ocean-View Stateroom (FF)
Decks: Deck 4
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716

Room 716 is nice but has some problems. On the plus side the room is very quiet and we never heard any noises from above or below. Being down close to the water is pretty cool when out at sea. However when the ship is in port, depending on which side of the ship is against the dock, the gangway may be right in front of the window. So close those curtains before you change clothes lol.

On the negative side this cabin has some issues. The air conditioning barely functions. I don't know if any cabins are better or not. The water temp in the shower fluctuated from boiling hot to lukewarm in seconds. The bathroom door doesn't fit right, so you have to slam it to get the door to close.


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716
Good cabin with the standard cruise ship design. Features much larger shower/tub than average but with a high step-in. Closet space is good. Water temp in the shower is very inconsistent. Air flow through the vent is not great, if you're hot-natured definitely bring a fan. Room is quite, only occasionally was there noise from the crew areas below. The bow thrusters are definitely audible when pulling into or leaving port.
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E672
Fantastic Statendam Aussie Battler
E672 Towards the back of the ship. Very quiet until the ship pulled into port but even then not bad. Reasonable amount of room. Well presented but maybe the bathroom was looking a little dated. A good location for those that may get sea sick.
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Statendam is awful!! sad cruiser
Dust-mite filled, dirty and mold riddled window casements.
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