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Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower, sitting area, private verandah, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 212–359 sq. ft. including verandah.

Deluxe Ocean-View Verandah Stateroom (VH)
Decks: Deck 4
Cabin
Rating
Comments
4001

4001--Noisy more noisy than adjacent cabins due to proximity to cruise area. Solid (non-glass) balcony. No wind break on the forward side of balcony which helps with the view but makes it colder and windier. Only a shower in the bathroom.

4003--Solid (non-glass) balcony--only a shower in the bathroom.

4004--Solid (non-glass) balcony--only a shower in the bathroom.


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4005
Cabin was 4005, balcony level. Storage space very good, bathroom well designed, bed excellent, generally quiet and comfortable except for Glacier Bay visit when the normally closed outer-door to the foredeck was opened to allow passengers to get an unimpeded view of the Marjery glacier. The cold wind flowing down the corridor chilled everything in its path. The "towel animal" creations were delightful. Our steward was always friendly and obliging.
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4413
Needs an Overhaul mamalootis
Cabin 4133 had a great balcony. There was no overhang above and it was larger than other peoples balconies that we were traveling with.
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7127
A SLICE OF HEAVEN mike1-4-all
although the deluxe verandas cabin on the web pages do not look like the one we got. They were roomy enough with ample space to store your belongings and move around without bumping into each other. The balcony was only two chairs (one with a cushion)and a small round table to hold a cup or glass and a foot stool. I did however manage to get a great tan there :-)
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