Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathroom with dual sink vanity, full-size whirlpool bath & shower with additional shower stall, large sitting area, private verandah, 1 sofa bed for 1 persons, floor-to-ceiling windows.
We were in Cabin 6113 on the starboard side, which due to the configuration of the ship has both larger cabin space and veranda space (as does the equivalent cabin on the port side of deck 6) than the other signature suites. The extra space is really nice. The bathroom with ths cabin is the largest we have had on any other ship; dual sinks, whirlpool tub and shower plus separate shower stall. Veranda had two lounge chairs plus a large table with chairs and still plenty of space left over. Read entire member review >>
Enjoyed our 12 nights in this excellent suite. Loved the huge balcony, comfortable bed and room, bathroom and dressing area. Closet space for hanging clothes is very small! Loved being at the aft and port side, however if you spend a lot of time in the Neptune Lounge it is a bit of a hike. Suite was quiet and we loved the location. Read entire member review >>
The room is spacious, excellent view-full veranda with window facing forward. Large accessible bathroom with shower and soaking tub. It would be perfect for 2, or 3 if the person needing accessible bathroom is able to walk in rough seas. This room is NOT FOR A WHEELCHAIR USER WHO DOES NOT WALK IN ROUGH SEAS.We were upgraded to this room, and appreciate the thought from the staff who did it. However, we were dismayed the first night when we came back to the room, the hide a bed was made up, and there was not wheelchair clearance to get to the other bed. This meant that if I needed a trip to the bathroom in the night our daughter would have to get out of bed and fold it. Luckily this didn't happen, but could be a problem to others. The bigger problem is that the hide a bed is BROKEN. The frame is bent, making it so uncomfortable that our daughter woke with a shore neck and shoulder, after a coupe of days, a serve headache in addition. We had head that someone had left the ship for medical reasons on our floor. Daughter went to the front desk to ask if she might be allowed to sleep there only. She was told no, but we three could move to a suite THAT WAS NOT ACCESSIBLE for an additional $800. The staff was totally unsympathetic and sent the room steward and supervisor to talk to her. They couldn't find a solution, other than adding another blanket under the mattress. They were both sympathetic and wanted to do something and tried. Our daughter took the mattress off at night and put it on the floor-not great but better than on the bent frame. THIS ROOM SHOULD NOT BE SOLD TO 3 PEOPLE UNTIL THIS BED IS REPLACED. Read entire member review >>
#5096 perfect location on ship. If you have a motion sickness problem, a great find. More storage than you can use, really! Small balcony, really narrow. You still have the full length of the room though. The lifeboats are directly under your cabin, and the workings take up your balcony space. Read entire member review >>
This was a superb cabin, with lots of closet space, drawer space and generally delightful ambience. The only downside was that the TV had poor program information, and no on board account information. Read entire member review >>
We changed cabins from a VE cat. to an SY cat. We were able to get this upgrade because the SY was a handicapped cabin at the very front of the ship which no one else wanted. My husband loved the size of the room. The bathroom was set up for wheelchair access which fortunately we don't need but it was fine. The stabilizers were terrific so even though we were way front most of the time it was smooth sailing. And since we were the first ones up front the cabin was very quiet. Read entire member review >>
Welcome to Cruise Critic; we're happy you decided to register to become a Cruise Critic Member.
Important: Do Not Use Your REAL NAME as your USER NAME
Important: Please disable your email verification software so that you receive our activation e-mail. Please add @cruisecritic.com to your email safelist.
Please respect that this is a MODERATED community for people who absolutely LOVE cruise travel or want to learn about cruise travel.
Registration to Cruise Critic's Cruise Community is free! We require that you use a valid e-mail address. You will receive an e-mail asking you to verify your e-mail address before you are allowed to login and post on the boards. Again, please disable your spamblocking or verification software so that you receive our activation e-mail. Also, as a member of Cruise Critic you will receive copies of our weekly newsletter plus our "Cruise Sails" and one "Member Offer" mailing. Should you not want to continue to receive these e-mailings, simply unsubscribe by following the directions in the newsletter. By agreeing to become a member, you are agreeing to receipt of our newsletters.
Additionally, we do insist that you abide by the rules and policies detailed at this link: Community Guidelines.
This is a moderated Community. If you do not agree with the terms and conditions of this Web site and do not wish to be bound by them, please do not use this Web site or continue the registration process. Cruise Critic reserves the right to remove any content in its sole discretion. Additionally, if you violate our Community Guidelines you may lose your posting privileges -- permanently -- without warning. By continuing the registration you are agreeing to the terms
These are moderated message boards. What this means is that we do our best to remove all objectionable messages from the boards. It also means that you cannot say whatever you'd like on the forums. If you are looking for an "anything goes" setting, Cruise Critic might not be the place for you. Understand, too, that our community is comprised of folks who LOVE to cruise. It therefore stands to reason that they will have a favorite cruise line or port of call -- in other words, they are "fans" and will sometimes take offense when a brand new member has arrived on the scene to bash a cruise line.
Keep in mind that we do not prescreen posts so there may be a period of time when an inappropriate post is visible. Please use the Report A Post icon located in the UPPER right hand corner of each posting if you wish to report a violation of our Community Guidelines. All messages express the views of the author, and neither the owners of Cruise Critic Message Board Forums, nor Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. (developers of vBulletin) will be held responsible for the content of any message.
By agreeing to these rules, you warrant that you will not post any messages that are obscene, vulgar, sexually-orientated, hateful, threatening, are in violation of our Community Guidelines or otherwise violative of any laws.
Cruise Critic reserves to right to remove, edit, move or close any thread (discussion) for any reason from the forums without warning. or notification to the Community. Additionally, we also reserve the right to deny posting privileges to any member at our sole discretion.
You hereby grant Cruise Critic the royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive right and license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, perform and display any message posted in our message board community (in whole or in part) worldwide and/or to incorporate it in other works in any form, media or technology now known or later developed.
Our mission is to provide a haven on the Internet free of harassment and advertising for our community members' enjoyment. Any company or person(s) that interfere with that mission risk losing their posting privileges.
If you have any questions about how our community is moderated, please address them to our Community Manager via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not post on the boards.