Balcony (obstructed views)
Partially obstructed oceanview staterooms with french doors. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films.

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Balcony (obstructed views) (7A) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2018
We were pleasantly surprised. First time with an obstructed view balcony, and it was fine. Just couldn’t look down and see the ocean. But there’s a full view over the life boat that was connected just below our balcony. I ... Read More
We were pleasantly surprised. First time with an obstructed view balcony, and it was fine. Just couldn’t look down and see the ocean. But there’s a full view over the life boat that was connected just below our balcony. I wouldn’t hesitate to get one again. Great location in that it was sort of midway in all directions. So easy fast access. The room was very clean. Huge bathroom for a cruise ship. And plenty of living space for a couple, with a king bed and a sofa. TV service was minimal, but that’s a minor inconvenience. Fabulous attentive stewards. Really comfortable bed. Great shower function. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
We booked this category to save $ and it was well worth the savings. We made a point to book between the lifeboats, but honestly I'm not sure this was a benefit (the mechanisms that lower the LBs were taller than the LBs themselves) ... Read More
We booked this category to save $ and it was well worth the savings. We made a point to book between the lifeboats, but honestly I'm not sure this was a benefit (the mechanisms that lower the LBs were taller than the LBs themselves) but none of it blocked our view of the ocean or ports, so it not an issue for us. We do prefer the size of the extended balcony, but would certainly book a 7A again. The cabin and bathroom are compact but adequate for 2 people. Our steward Budiana did a great job. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
Very Cramped Balcony. Hard to sit facing ocean. Not many storage shelves in room.
Very Cramped Balcony. Hard to sit facing ocean. Not many storage shelves in room. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2016
The obstructed balcony cabin had a view over the top of the life boat. This was fine, as really there is little reason to look down at the water. The hidden gem of this room is that the balcony extends behind the elevators, so you get ... Read More
The obstructed balcony cabin had a view over the top of the life boat. This was fine, as really there is little reason to look down at the water. The hidden gem of this room is that the balcony extends behind the elevators, so you get the two side chairs and table PLUS two lounge chairs! The balcony is only about 3-4 feet deep, so the chairs are sideways, but this is a real plus. We never heard the elevators even one time. At this end of the ship, there is VERY minor vibration every so often from the ship thrusters, but don't let this dissuade you. One caution, you are on the end of the room steward's assignment. One day your morning service of the room will be near 9-10am, the next day it will be 1-2pm. If you want it in the morning everyday, request that when you see the steward the first day. The steward was very good....just has LOTS of cabins to deal with. Read Less
Best Time Ever!! : Cabin 5176
Sail Date: August 2016
The room was very spacious, with a king bed, or 2 twins, a couch, table, vanity/desk, 3 closets, and an adequate bathroom. The balcony was really nice, although we didn't hang out there much. It was really humid. We could also see ... Read More
The room was very spacious, with a king bed, or 2 twins, a couch, table, vanity/desk, 3 closets, and an adequate bathroom. The balcony was really nice, although we didn't hang out there much. It was really humid. We could also see between the life boats and see part of the water straight down. Read Less

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