Deluxe Veranda
Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, sitting area with sofa, 32 inch LCD TV, wireless connection, two beds convertible to queen size, vanity, bath with shower stall and washbasin, additionally, suite veranda features lounge seating. Some cabins may have a trundle bed.

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Deluxe Veranda (1A) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: July 2019
Unfortunately even though we took this cruise for the expectation of less children the couple next door had 2 (sounded like 15) kids who apparently had brought jack hammers with them and the noise was quite loud at times. Since we ... Read More
Unfortunately even though we took this cruise for the expectation of less children the couple next door had 2 (sounded like 15) kids who apparently had brought jack hammers with them and the noise was quite loud at times. Since we weren't in the room all that much it wasn't that big of a deal. As for the room itself I would definitely recommend a port side with balcony. Even though the weather was chilly at times having the balcony to view Endicott Dawes glacier allows you to avoid the crowds along the rails top-side for the people that can't see the glacier from their room. We brought binoculars too which was nice to zoom in on the wild life and glaciers. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2019
Cabin 7260 on deck 7, is at the front end of the mid-ship "hump" on the starboard side. Given it's location on the hump, the veranda is trapezium shaped, and it's BIG - big enough to fit in 4 deck chairs (Our veranda ... Read More
Cabin 7260 on deck 7, is at the front end of the mid-ship "hump" on the starboard side. Given it's location on the hump, the veranda is trapezium shaped, and it's BIG - big enough to fit in 4 deck chairs (Our veranda had 3 deck chairs and a normal chair, with a round table). It looks towards the front of the ship and you get a good view of the bridge as well - but since it is front looking, you also get blasted by the wind, if there is a breeze going. The cabin itself was pretty well appointed - a queen bed and a pull out sofa bed (which we never used). There is a minibar in the cabinet, which we asked to be emptied out since we had a curious kid in the room. There are a lot of useful nooks and cabinets hidden away that can be used for storage. The cabin is pretty close to the elevators, but there is a glass door between the elevator lobby and the cabins, that cuts out all external noise, so the cabin is super quiet. The bathroom is small, but adequate. Only drawback - there is no retractable clothesline in the bathroom, where we could dry wet swim clothes, etc. We were able to hook up a bungee cord as a makeshift line, but this is something to keep in mind, for extended length cruises. Read Less
North to Alaska : Cabin 8273
Sail Date: July 2019
8273 Veranda on the hump, which has good views from the balcony. Great location, near the elevators. There’s a wall between the room door and the elevators, so it’s quiet. Lots of storage once you find it. Lighting control takes some ... Read More
8273 Veranda on the hump, which has good views from the balcony. Great location, near the elevators. There’s a wall between the room door and the elevators, so it’s quiet. Lots of storage once you find it. Lighting control takes some effort to figure out. If in doubt, ask your room steward. Bath: nice size, functional design. Shower pressure and temperature perfect every time. The curved, sliding, magnetically latched doors are far superior to having a shower curtain that sticks to you. A very nice touch. Shower includes a foot rest for leg shaving. Exhaust fan is right above the shower so the room and mirror don’t fog up. Toilet did its job, with a solid flush every time. TV: 3 news channels (Fox, MSNBC and BBC). Two ESPN channel plus HGTV and Travel. Some on demand movies. There are many ship channels, including a navigation channel which tells you where you are, but not in as much detail as other cruise lines. Bridge view channel carried Brent Nixon’s live commentary during the fiord and glacier journey. We were on our balcony and one of our neighbors turned up the sound so everyone could hear it, adding much to the experience. Nixon is as good as everyone says. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2019
The cabin was very clean. The tv turned on once on its own. Often the movies would not load during part of the day. I was not able to use the interactive tv menus to book anything on board. Siddarth, our attendant, was kind and helpful. ... Read More
The cabin was very clean. The tv turned on once on its own. Often the movies would not load during part of the day. I was not able to use the interactive tv menus to book anything on board. Siddarth, our attendant, was kind and helpful. He spoke about the different ports and what to do. The veranda furniture was well worn by saltwater and sun. Our attendant cautioned that the veranda door, when opened, cause the main door to slam shut. We could hear noise from a veranda a few decks above. Our immediate neighbors were fairly quiet. We were very glad to have a veranda for glacier viewing. The Captain was visible from our veranda, too. Read Less
Relaxing Holiday : Cabin 7211
Sail Date: March 2019
Cabin was great and Rex our cabin steward looked after it well. A couple of doors fell off but easily fixed. This cabin is the first angled one on the hump. It has only a slightly larger balcony then the standard but when you stand at ... Read More
Cabin was great and Rex our cabin steward looked after it well. A couple of doors fell off but easily fixed. This cabin is the first angled one on the hump. It has only a slightly larger balcony then the standard but when you stand at the edge you can see directly into next doors balcony (7209) so doesn't seem as private as a normal balcony. Not worth paying any extra for. Handy to lifts and you can't hear any outside noise from inside. Read Less
Fake Finesse : Cabin 7243
Sail Date: January 2019
Good size enough storage a little maintenance needed. Clean
Good size enough storage a little maintenance needed. Clean Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
Sunset Veranda at back of ship, deck 8, right in the middle. Larger than average balcony. Bed closest to the balcony. Comfortable room, great service. No overhead shelter from the rain or sun but otherwise a great location. We like the aft ... Read More
Sunset Veranda at back of ship, deck 8, right in the middle. Larger than average balcony. Bed closest to the balcony. Comfortable room, great service. No overhead shelter from the rain or sun but otherwise a great location. We like the aft cabins. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
Cabin was kept very clean. I like the bathroom lots of space. Cupboard doors stick when sliding open and we had that trouble before. Balcony door made creaking noise unless left open when the boat was rocking a fair bit. Bed was ... Read More
Cabin was kept very clean. I like the bathroom lots of space. Cupboard doors stick when sliding open and we had that trouble before. Balcony door made creaking noise unless left open when the boat was rocking a fair bit. Bed was comfortable. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2018
Smallish but O.K . Very similar with cabins on other cruise lines. We enjoyed service of friendly and efficient steward.
Smallish but O.K . Very similar with cabins on other cruise lines. We enjoyed service of friendly and efficient steward. Read Less

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