Single Inside Cabin (M) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: July 2017
The cabin was great, perfect for me, with one exception. At first, I was worried about 5085 being under the Neptune Lounge. While I could hear sounds from there, it never bothered me nor affected my ability to sleep. Considering the ... Read More
The cabin was great, perfect for me, with one exception. At first, I was worried about 5085 being under the Neptune Lounge. While I could hear sounds from there, it never bothered me nor affected my ability to sleep. Considering the relatively long Black Watch itineraries, I was surprised at the lack of storage space in the cabin and how inefficiently that space was used. For example, it is basically not possible to use three quarters of the closet for clothes. A small refrigerator takes up the lower-right quarter of it. Having a refrigerator is fine with me; I used it for water, whiskey, and food every once in a while. The coffee and tea tray was on top of the refrigerator, which rendered useless the upper-right quarter of the closet. Although there was no other place to put it without sacrificing precious shelf or desk space, I guess I could have moved the coffee and tea tray. Then again, I guess I could have asked for it to be removed from the cabin altogether; I never used it. There were no shelves or drawers in the lower-left quarter of the closet. It served only as a place to put my dirty laundry bag; again, not an efficient use of this space. Finally, the only other space really designed for clothes and accessories was a ridiculously small storage unit with two small drawers, a shelf and the top. In the recessed area it was located, a storage unit four times as large would easily fit without sacrificing any of the cabin's usable floor space. As a light traveler who dresses casually, even with clothing for cold weather, I fit all of my clothes and accessories in the space provided. However, I imagine most people would find it impossible to store all of the clothes and accessories they bring onto the ship. Read Less