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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window
With room for up to four guests, these Oceanview Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to accommodate up to two more guests, as well as a porthole that offers a great view. These are mid-ship staterooms, which means you'll be right near everything fun and exciting on board.

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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window (OF) Cabin Reviews

It was ok.. Yes we had no in room safe for a few days but this was down to a manufacturing fault and we got a new one delivered and installed after 2nd day. The cabin is tired... its just old!
It was ok.. Yes we had no in room safe for a few days but this was down to a manufacturing fault and we got a new one delivered and installed after 2nd day. The cabin is tired... its just old! Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
The cabin was quite spacious and we had plenty of storage for two ladies with a full wardrobe. The bathroom sink drain was busted but it didn’t affect our enjoyment. As I said in the main review, our cabin steward was the largest ... Read More
The cabin was quite spacious and we had plenty of storage for two ladies with a full wardrobe. The bathroom sink drain was busted but it didn’t affect our enjoyment. As I said in the main review, our cabin steward was the largest disappointment. It was my first time on deck for and I really enjoyed the sound of the waves against the hull. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
I would advise anyone booking the Dawn to AVOID DECK 4! I was kept awake for half the week with a rhythmic metallic banging every ten to 12 seconds! Despite reporting it, no solution was found until it seemed to go away on its own - only ... Read More
I would advise anyone booking the Dawn to AVOID DECK 4! I was kept awake for half the week with a rhythmic metallic banging every ten to 12 seconds! Despite reporting it, no solution was found until it seemed to go away on its own - only to be replaced with more random noises. As a single traveler, my beds were pushed together to make one big bed. The only problem is this left little room to safely get into bed on either side due to the built-in desk on the right and the 'stored' bunk on the left, which juts out eight inches into the room. Who looks at this and says "that's okay?" The solution was to push the against the left wall, which was okay for me, but what if a couple were in that room and wanted a double bed? They would have to disturb their partner to get in and out at night! My bedside tables looked like they were from the original 2002 design and were eroded and chipped at the edges. The shower temperature nob was missing its button and sharp metal edges were exposed. The closet hinge was detached. Again, who looks at all this and says "that's okay?" Deck 4 was once shut down completely for a crew drill. The two tender ports used deck 4 as well, so our corridor was a windy, cold, crowded place for two full days. Don't get me started on the elevators, which were a real trial for even the most patient traveler. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
It was fine, good storage, could use more hooks. Our position allowed us to enjoy more dramatic waves, which could be a plus or minus for you. It is a quieter level, aside from it being on the exit at the ports.
It was fine, good storage, could use more hooks. Our position allowed us to enjoy more dramatic waves, which could be a plus or minus for you. It is a quieter level, aside from it being on the exit at the ports. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Naively, we thought a porthole was just a smaller window. But no, a porthole is an actual porthole that MUST be closed during inclement weather. Consequently, we might as well have been in an inside cabin for the first two days of the ... Read More
Naively, we thought a porthole was just a smaller window. But no, a porthole is an actual porthole that MUST be closed during inclement weather. Consequently, we might as well have been in an inside cabin for the first two days of the cruise as the ship was experiencing high seas. This may actually have been a good thing as now we know we can tolerate an inside cabin without feeling claustrophobic. And, of course, inside is the cheapest. The cabin was an adequate size for two people, but there was a fold out bunk on the wall and what looked like a trundle under the bed. The only seating other than on the bed was a single small ottoman/stool for the vanity. 3-4 people in this cabin would probably find it VERY claustrophobic even if the porthole was open for the whole voyage. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
We loved it. I would upgrade to a balcony next time knowing that I was not prone to motion sickness. We loved our steward, Dragan. Much comfort, clean, sheets amazing and good pillows, but would bring our own next time to avoid ... Read More
We loved it. I would upgrade to a balcony next time knowing that I was not prone to motion sickness. We loved our steward, Dragan. Much comfort, clean, sheets amazing and good pillows, but would bring our own next time to avoid exposire to illness. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
The cabin was without a doubt small. The shower was actually large but the bathroom was tiny and we are not big people.
The cabin was without a doubt small. The shower was actually large but the bathroom was tiny and we are not big people. Read Less
Sail Date May 2018
Great cruise : Cabin 4536
As always... all they could do to make your cabin pleasant was done.
As always... all they could do to make your cabin pleasant was done. Read Less
Sail Date May 2018

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