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Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Sitting area with desk. Balcony. Refrigerator and TV. Spacious closet. Bath with shower. Approximately 217-248 square feet including balcony.

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Sail Date: December 2018
Its was a balcony which allowed for some good photos during the canal passage. And, some turtles and dolphins during the trip north. Found the front bow deck on floors 10 and 11 which was nice.
Its was a balcony which allowed for some good photos during the canal passage. And, some turtles and dolphins during the trip north. Found the front bow deck on floors 10 and 11 which was nice. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
Nice, but it could use some upgrading. The bed was the most uncomfortable bed I have ever slept on; it was so soft that I frequently awoke with a backache.
Nice, but it could use some upgrading. The bed was the most uncomfortable bed I have ever slept on; it was so soft that I frequently awoke with a backache. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2018
The Cabins were smaller than Regents Navigator or Royal Caribbean and the shower was the tiniest I have experienced. The cabins were well taken care and the bed was very comfortable. Our steward, Rodelio, was excellent and very ... Read More
The Cabins were smaller than Regents Navigator or Royal Caribbean and the shower was the tiniest I have experienced. The cabins were well taken care and the bed was very comfortable. Our steward, Rodelio, was excellent and very personable. The balcony showed some peeling and could have been a little better. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
Comfortable and large enough, NOT generous, but very adequate. Only tight space was passage between the foot of the bed and the wall. We managed nicely. Shower was tight but not a deal breaker. Slow to cool if your balcony faced west ... Read More
Comfortable and large enough, NOT generous, but very adequate. Only tight space was passage between the foot of the bed and the wall. We managed nicely. Shower was tight but not a deal breaker. Slow to cool if your balcony faced west in the late afternoon, but fine by evening. Mattress comfort was "quality but tired" just a little compressed. Huge wardrobe space, more than anyone should need for a two week itinerary. GREAT steward and service. The balcony was comfortable and the foot rests with the chairs were great for those "naps". Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
An Alaskan cruise is the one you want to upgrade to a balcony cabin. Port side if your cruising north to south and starboard if going south to north.
An Alaskan cruise is the one you want to upgrade to a balcony cabin. Port side if your cruising north to south and starboard if going south to north. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
Just what we expected. Steward (Rafa) was always accommodating.
Just what we expected. Steward (Rafa) was always accommodating. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
This is an extended balcony cabin. The balcony is about twice the size of a regular balcony. The cabin itself was configured with a double bed. There was a desk/dressing table with a chair and another chair inside. The beds were not ... Read More
This is an extended balcony cabin. The balcony is about twice the size of a regular balcony. The cabin itself was configured with a double bed. There was a desk/dressing table with a chair and another chair inside. The beds were not the best, but were far from the worst we've had on cruise ships. We both had good nights' sleep. The bathroom is tight and shower tiny (as expected). I'm a big guy and it was hard to get clean and rinse without flooding the bathroom. Someone told me there are showers in the spa area that are better but I never tried them out. Read Less

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