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Ocean View (obstructed view)
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.

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Ocean View (obstructed view) (E) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: March 2017
This cabin was a bit unusual as it was arranged "sideways." When you enter most cabins, you are looking toward the farthest wall. This cabin was turned to parallel the length of the ship. It was well-designed and had a surprising ... Read More
This cabin was a bit unusual as it was arranged "sideways." When you enter most cabins, you are looking toward the farthest wall. This cabin was turned to parallel the length of the ship. It was well-designed and had a surprising amount of storage space. The issues I noticed were that you couldn't open the bathroom door and one of the closet doors at the same time and the bathroom was cramped but adequate. The bed was very comfortable. It's nice that the mineral water and sodas in the fridge are included and you can use them without paying extra. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2016
Our cabin was fine. It was centrally-located (and thus insulated somewhat during the "rough" seas), quiet, and of adequate size. Our view was totally obstructed by the lifeboat, however, so it may have made sense to go for ... Read More
Our cabin was fine. It was centrally-located (and thus insulated somewhat during the "rough" seas), quiet, and of adequate size. Our view was totally obstructed by the lifeboat, however, so it may have made sense to go for a(larger) inside cabin at a lower price. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2016
Although the cabin was a little smaller. we found it adequate. We don't spend much time in the cabin anyway, Read More
Although the cabin was a little smaller. we found it adequate. We don't spend much time in the cabin anyway, Read Less
Dynasties and Empires : Cabin 6039
Sail Date: March 2016
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Sail Date: August 2013

Storage a bit limited, lighting excellent. Bathroom tiny as per usual and curtain stuck to body when wet! well equipped with amenities but could use hooks for wet coats in cabin.

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Storage a bit limited, lighting excellent. Bathroom tiny as per usual and curtain stuck to body when wet! well equipped with amenities but could use hooks for wet coats in cabin.

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PEARLS OF THE FAR EAST : Cabin 6049
Sail Date: March 2013
Best kept secret on the ship. An E obstructed with no obstruction. Smaller cabin but well laid out which makes rthe cabin feel like it has plenty of room. Read More
Best kept secret on the ship. An E obstructed with no obstruction. Smaller cabin but well laid out which makes rthe cabin feel like it has plenty of room. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2008
Conveniently near staircase and elevators, but quiet. Very small cabin, yet with a large picture window, excellent storage space and barely obstructed view. Read More
Conveniently near staircase and elevators, but quiet. Very small cabin, yet with a large picture window, excellent storage space and barely obstructed view. Read Less

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