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These spacious and exquisitely appointed 150- to 165-sqaure-foot staterooms offer the comfort of queen or two twin bed accommodations, comfortable seating area, vanity desk and a breakfast table. Ocean views are available from a choice of a porthole (Category D located on Deck 3) or panorama window with obstructed views (Category E located mid-ship on Deck 6). Please note: Category E measures 143 square feet and has no sofa.

Ocean View (D)
Decks: Deck 3
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Ocean View Cabin Reviews
Sep 2016
Clean...a bit small...but adequate. Good service.
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Cabin 4007
Sep 2015
Cabin smaller than expected, (4 deck ocean view), shower minuscule and wardrobes were not deep enough to take the length of a clothes hanger. Very clean and two attendants friendly helpful and hard working. Bed and sheets comfortable and luxurious. Plenty of towels and toiletries. Complimentary soft drinks and water.
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Apr 2015
Roomy, spacious and comfortable for a 21 day cruise. Cabin service exceptional. All amenities provided in bathroom + slippers, robe ,etc.
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Cabin 3017
Dec 2014
The cabin was pretty standard for a cruise ship. The bathroom was small especially the shower, but that's how they are on cruise ships. Our cabin steward was very friendly and did a fabulous job keeping our room made up.
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Cabin 3025
Jan 2013
Best Cruise Ever By: charles6346
A good cabin which is mid ship and down low. This is the best cabin for stability in bad seas.
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Cabin 3003
Dec 2011
3003 - Located mid-ship, starboard side just above water line with a porthole. Can only access stateroom from aft elevators, so when gangway is located on deck 3 forward, you need to go up to deck 4, cross over and then down in order to disembark. However, it was very convenient when the gangway was located on Deck 4 aft. The stateroom was 165 sq. ft. and nicely outfitted with a loveseat, glass oval table and comfortable queen or twin beds with frette linens. There was a large shelf area under the porthole and plenty of closet and drawer space. Small but adequate flat screen TV and small refrigerator stocked with complimentary soft drinks and a pay for use mini bar and an electronic safe. Bathroom was small but adequate with a "hugging" shower curtain. It was located in a very quiet area near the crew quarters.
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May 2011
My cabin was so good, I don't anyone else to know where it was
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