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Deluxe Ocean View with Verandah (partially obstructed view)
Veranda staterooms feature floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, a sitting area with a sofa, two beds that convert to a queen, bath with shower stall and washbasin, vanity, and a television. Category 2C cabins have an unobstructed horizon view but obstructed views when looking down to the water.

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Deluxe Ocean View with Verandah (partially obstructed view) (2C) Cabin Reviews

Great Cruise Overall : Cabin 6163
Nice but a little small. Can't imagine it with three or four people in it. The closet is in a poor location and is hard to get to for the person who isn't sleeping right beside it. Nice bathroom.
Nice but a little small. Can't imagine it with three or four people in it. The closet is in a poor location and is hard to get to for the person who isn't sleeping right beside it. Nice bathroom. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
We had a 2C cabin. Our room was directly over the life boats. We did not find that it was any problem at all. We were able to take photos over the life boats. The extra bit of balcony was also nice.
We had a 2C cabin. Our room was directly over the life boats. We did not find that it was any problem at all. We were able to take photos over the life boats. The extra bit of balcony was also nice. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Kept incredibly clean, Bertolino got to know our in and outs and consequently we weren't bothered by him at all. Good sized shower and bathroom in general was a good size. Beds were comfortable. On demand movies available, free or pay ... Read More
Kept incredibly clean, Bertolino got to know our in and outs and consequently we weren't bothered by him at all. Good sized shower and bathroom in general was a good size. Beds were comfortable. On demand movies available, free or pay per view. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
Cabin was well laid out with the bed toward the bath and the desk by the balcony. Storage was adequate and our luggage fit under the bed. You could see part of the life boats from the room and the view down was obstructed. When sitting ... Read More
Cabin was well laid out with the bed toward the bath and the desk by the balcony. Storage was adequate and our luggage fit under the bed. You could see part of the life boats from the room and the view down was obstructed. When sitting on the balcony looking straight out the view of the ocean was good. The room was quiet, we were over the photo gallery area. There was some light at night from the deck below but no noise or smoke. The location worked well because we were close to the forward elevators or we could walk down one floor to cross the ship through the public areas on deck five instead of spending so much time in long halls. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
Clean and everything worked as it should. Was a few doors from the elevators and you could be anywhere in 45 seconds. Only complaint was the automatic door on the deck below is probably under this cabin. Every time it opened it sounded ... Read More
Clean and everything worked as it should. Was a few doors from the elevators and you could be anywhere in 45 seconds. Only complaint was the automatic door on the deck below is probably under this cabin. Every time it opened it sounded like someone was moving a big cart down the hallway, and it opened all night because the door leads to a smoking area that is used 24/7. Bring earplugs. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
Our cabin had a partially obstructed view. This was our first time to try this, and it was no problem at all. You could see 100% of the view over a span of about 20% of the balcony. The other 80% was restricted by a lifeboat on the ... Read More
Our cabin had a partially obstructed view. This was our first time to try this, and it was no problem at all. You could see 100% of the view over a span of about 20% of the balcony. The other 80% was restricted by a lifeboat on the left, and a room that jutted out on deck 5. You could always see to the horizon though. It was not a problem, and we would do it again for the right price (as in this case). Read Less
Sail Date January 2017

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