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Large Ocean-View Stateroom
Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub & shower. All DD-category staterooms have a partial sea view. All HH-category staterooms have fully obstructed views. G and H cabins may have portholes instead of windows.

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Large Ocean-View Stateroom (G) Cabin Reviews

Everything worked fine but it needs a new TV set and it is basic and located at the front of the ship over the thruster motors which are needed to dock the ship. Being in the cabin while it was docking was a noisy experience.
Everything worked fine but it needs a new TV set and it is basic and located at the front of the ship over the thruster motors which are needed to dock the ship. Being in the cabin while it was docking was a noisy experience. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Loved the Maasdam : Cabin 510
Loved our cabin. We can't afford anything larger. I loved, loved, loved our cozy cabin. It had everything we needed. I LOVED our cabin steward, Tryanto. Very sweet guy and not pretentious.
Loved our cabin. We can't afford anything larger. I loved, loved, loved our cozy cabin. It had everything we needed. I LOVED our cabin steward, Tryanto. Very sweet guy and not pretentious. Read Less
Sail Date October 2014
An average cruise : Cabin 610
Cabin #610 Main deck, window. Window was small, room comfortable, but beds pushed together had a huge gap in the middle that was uncomfortable. Don't get excited about having a bathtub, it is unusable unless you are a child. Makes ... Read More
Cabin #610 Main deck, window. Window was small, room comfortable, but beds pushed together had a huge gap in the middle that was uncomfortable. Don't get excited about having a bathtub, it is unusable unless you are a child. Makes getting in and out of the shower harder. DVD players and movies are damaged. No mini fridge! Bummer. Read Less
Sail Date April 2012
The rooms were spacious for the rates. We were happy with the room size and the bathroom size. We felt the closet space was adequate too for our room rate.
The rooms were spacious for the rates. We were happy with the room size and the bathroom size. We felt the closet space was adequate too for our room rate. Read Less
Sail Date August 2011
Enjoying Canada : Cabin 501
We were late booking so we had little choice. We were in the first cabin on the starboard side of the main deck. It was a nice cabin, spacious as far a ship cabins go, lots of storage, clean, everything worked. Had two port holes but that ... Read More
We were late booking so we had little choice. We were in the first cabin on the starboard side of the main deck. It was a nice cabin, spacious as far a ship cabins go, lots of storage, clean, everything worked. Had two port holes but that was ok. The only draw back was the noise from forward of us when docking and departing. You could hear a lot of mechanical noise. Read Less
Sail Date August 2011
Ample closet space, draws and shelving to accommodate two passengers. Bring an extension cord. There is only one outlet in the cabin.
Ample closet space, draws and shelving to accommodate two passengers. Bring an extension cord. There is only one outlet in the cabin. Read Less
Sail Date July 2010
We booked an HH totally obstructed view and received an H category which has two good sized port holes. The cabin was on A Deck (bottom) and all the way in front of ship. Really no complaints since it was considered an upgrade! We found ... Read More
We booked an HH totally obstructed view and received an H category which has two good sized port holes. The cabin was on A Deck (bottom) and all the way in front of ship. Really no complaints since it was considered an upgrade! We found it had great storage, a full bath/shower and met our needs for space and comfort. Read Less
Sail Date April 2010
Maasdam-Code Red! : Cabin 502
Porthole glass needed replacement-was scratched which made visability more difficult. Hot water in bathroom did not operate properly-too hot!
Porthole glass needed replacement-was scratched which made visability more difficult. Hot water in bathroom did not operate properly-too hot! Read Less
Sail Date January 2009

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