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Deluxe Ocean-View Verandah Stateroom
Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower, sitting area, private verandah, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 212–359 sq. ft. including verandah.

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Deluxe Ocean-View Verandah Stateroom (VA) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
Apart from some wear and tear and some noise from the lowering of the life boat for tender service the cabin was excellent Read More
Apart from some wear and tear and some noise from the lowering of the life boat for tender service the cabin was excellent Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
Cabin was well laid out and very comfortable,. The Bed was very comfortable. Although I would not describe as spacious, it certainly was adequate for the limited time we spent in the room. Read More
Cabin was well laid out and very comfortable,. The Bed was very comfortable. Although I would not describe as spacious, it certainly was adequate for the limited time we spent in the room. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
Not as large as the description 'Deluxe' would imply. Noises from the adjacent elevators (especially through the night) and air conditioning caused disruption to sleep. The cabin stewards were very good & we really appreciated the ... Read More
Not as large as the description 'Deluxe' would imply. Noises from the adjacent elevators (especially through the night) and air conditioning caused disruption to sleep. The cabin stewards were very good & we really appreciated the towel animals which we saw every night. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2017
Everything was clean, great staff. Wonderful view from the balcony. Read More
Everything was clean, great staff. Wonderful view from the balcony. Read Less
Yawn . . . : Cabin 5065
Sail Date: September 2016
Like the rest of this ship, 5065 is tired and scuffed. The film on the door to the verandah for instance, was BADLY scratched (intentionally, it appeared). The sofa coverings were not fresh. The carpet is extremely unattractive and not ... Read More
Like the rest of this ship, 5065 is tired and scuffed. The film on the door to the verandah for instance, was BADLY scratched (intentionally, it appeared). The sofa coverings were not fresh. The carpet is extremely unattractive and not at all plush. The desk is the same old same old, not big enough and without adequate plug-ins and lighting. Wall covering is scuffed and scratched, beginning to separate at some seams. And lucky us -- right before the always-daunting Tasman Sea crossing, the lifeboat immediately below our verandah began to shed its canvas covering, ripping and slapping and knocking all the way from Hobart to Dunedin where someone finally put a bungee cord around it. And yes, we DID report it. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2016
We were pleasantly surprised at our room, #4054 on the port side. Our deck gave us great views both straight out and forward. To the rear our view was blocked by life vessels, but we didn’t find that to be an annoyance. Our ... Read More
We were pleasantly surprised at our room, #4054 on the port side. Our deck gave us great views both straight out and forward. To the rear our view was blocked by life vessels, but we didn’t find that to be an annoyance. Our bathroom was very adequate. The room was quiet – the only thing that ever disturbed me was the slamming of other guest’s deck doors as they went out or in. The room seemed to be neat and clean except for several quarter-size spots along the sides of the bed, and our deck looked like it hadn’t been maintained or even washed and cleaned in quite some time. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2016
Accessible category cabin had larger angled balcony. There was a comfortable queen bed, shower to accommodate disabled persons, and remote control drapes activated by a button on the headboard placed next to the “911 ... Read More
Accessible category cabin had larger angled balcony. There was a comfortable queen bed, shower to accommodate disabled persons, and remote control drapes activated by a button on the headboard placed next to the “911 emergency’ button, so make sure you press the right one. The small 19” flat screen TV with side speakers was placed too far to enjoy. The lighting was inadequate, especially on the left side of the mirror. Linens and beddings were of excellent quality. There was no sofabed, only a small round table and two chairs. The hallway was quiet since there were no inside cabins or utility access on the other side. On the balcony we had 2 chairs, ottoman, and a small table. Our cabin stewards Hary and Sri were friendly, hard working and efficient. Turndown service with towel animals and pillow chocolates are still part of the daily routine. On the southbound we had 4069. Read Less

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