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Oceanview (obstructed view)
The oceanview stateroom offers value while picture windows provide your own view (categories E-G have partially to fully obstructed views). Two twin beds make up into a queen-size bed. Other amenities include a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower. Approximately 158 to 181 square feet of space.

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Oceanview (obstructed view) (OV) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: May 2019
We had booked an interior cabin to save money on the trip. We don't really mind interior cabins because not in them much and we knew we surely would not be on this trip since there were only 2 sea days out of the 12-day cruise!. We ... Read More
We had booked an interior cabin to save money on the trip. We don't really mind interior cabins because not in them much and we knew we surely would not be on this trip since there were only 2 sea days out of the 12-day cruise!. We were upgraded to an obstructed ocean view cabin, which pleased the male guest in our other party, as well as my husband. The room was nicely laid out and had plenty of space for us. We unpacked suitcases and slipped them under the bed and out of the way for the remainder of the trip. There was plenty of storage space for all our clothing and toiletries and cameras, etc that we brought with us. We had shelves that were never used! It seemed very roomy, although there was only a chair to sit in at the vanity, no sofa as we have had in some ocean view cabins. Our cabin steward was OK.....took care of the basics and we were never lacking for towels, but we only saw him 2 or 3 times during the cruise. The mirror in the bathroom was never cleaned the entire cruise. Minor thing, but makes me wonder what else was not cleaned that was not as visible as the dirty mirror was. Read Less
Great Cruise : Cabin E216
Sail Date: February 2019
Even though lusted as obstructed we still gad a decent view. Didnt really spend much time in cabin except to get up in the morning, get ready for the day, and change fir dinber and sleep.
Even though lusted as obstructed we still gad a decent view. Didnt really spend much time in cabin except to get up in the morning, get ready for the day, and change fir dinber and sleep. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
Lifeboat view, a little tatty, bedside cabinets too stiff to open, bedside lamps not working.
Lifeboat view, a little tatty, bedside cabinets too stiff to open, bedside lamps not working. Read Less
Transatlantic cruise : Cabin e623
Sail Date: November 2018
It was fine and easy to reach the dining areas. Lots of room for clothing. No couch but one chair at the desk.
It was fine and easy to reach the dining areas. Lots of room for clothing. No couch but one chair at the desk. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2018
The cabin had new bedding, but it was very heavy and we finally took off the comforter. The carpeting was faded and old. The shower was very tiny. Lots of storage and space for hanging clothes
The cabin had new bedding, but it was very heavy and we finally took off the comforter. The carpeting was faded and old. The shower was very tiny. Lots of storage and space for hanging clothes Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
Nice cabin on Deck 8. Review was not very obstructed and we were very close to all the action. Room was about 160 sq feet and has a little extra room over inside rooms. Plenty of storage. Would book again.
Nice cabin on Deck 8. Review was not very obstructed and we were very close to all the action. Room was about 160 sq feet and has a little extra room over inside rooms. Plenty of storage. Would book again. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
This stateroom was more than adequate. There is a lifeboat positioned outside the fixed window which really doesn't obstruct the view at all, so we were able to get a 140-degree view of the ocean on port side. This is on the 8th ... Read More
This stateroom was more than adequate. There is a lifeboat positioned outside the fixed window which really doesn't obstruct the view at all, so we were able to get a 140-degree view of the ocean on port side. This is on the 8th deck forward (emerald) and sits directly above the Princess Theatre, so you can hear slight sounds from the band rehearsing in the afternoons, which wasn't an issue. This location gives quick access to the forward section of the ship (Theater, Piazza, dining) Read Less
The A, B, C Islands : Cabin E415
Sail Date: December 2017
The “obstructed view” wasn’t obstructed at all. There was some equipment on the side of the window but it is a very large window and the location in the middle of the ship made things super convenient. We were just 1 floor up from ... Read More
The “obstructed view” wasn’t obstructed at all. There was some equipment on the side of the window but it is a very large window and the location in the middle of the ship made things super convenient. We were just 1 floor up from Crooners Bar and The Plaza which is really the heart of the ship. I’d get this cabin again in a heartbeat. I will keep this floor and area in mind next cruise. Read Less

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