Obstructed Oceanview
These Oceanview Staterooms that have a porthole with an obstructed view, can accommodate up to four guests. Includes two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and additional bedding to sleep two more. And of course you'll have access to room service and tons of other great amenities on board.

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Obstructed Oceanview (OX) Cabin Reviews

just ok : Cabin 8089
Sail Date: May 2017
Very small with an obstructed view with two lifeboats Read More
Very small with an obstructed view with two lifeboats Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
Cabin was a handicap room. Good size and configuration. Looking out the window you could easily see the ocean and a decent view. Getting close to the window and you saw the lifeboat was right below window level and you were looking ... Read More
Cabin was a handicap room. Good size and configuration. Looking out the window you could easily see the ocean and a decent view. Getting close to the window and you saw the lifeboat was right below window level and you were looking through it to the ocean. Still, the view was great, better than porthole by a lot. And we didn't plan on staying in the room that much anyway. If we wanted or needed more we would have gone for a balcony room. Cabin Steward was Eugine Rodriguez. He was very nice and took good care of us. Room was midship and very conveniently located to the O'Sheehans Pub on one side and the aft elevators on the other. We brought a magnetic Olaf and put him on the door. Had a great time with people rearranging the pieces from day to day. Others got a kick out of watching it, too. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2016
We did not receive our luggage until 8 pm the first night we arrived (we boarded the ship around noon). The AC was not working the entire time we were onboard. When we called for someone to take a look, the repairman told us that although ... Read More
We did not receive our luggage until 8 pm the first night we arrived (we boarded the ship around noon). The AC was not working the entire time we were onboard. When we called for someone to take a look, the repairman told us that although no air was coming out, the temperature in the room was suitable enough to sleep in- it felt like we were in a sauna at night. Very small cabin for three people; only one outlet in the room. On a positive note: the housekeeping staff was diligent and timely when cleaning our room in the morning and in the evening. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2016
cabin rated poor only for the toilet issue. adequate otherwise. Read More
cabin rated poor only for the toilet issue. adequate otherwise. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2015
Avoid if you are really wanting to see out. There are only two small slits in the wall, overlooking a lifeboat. Read More
Avoid if you are really wanting to see out. There are only two small slits in the wall, overlooking a lifeboat. Read Less
Fun Cruise on the Dawn : Cabin 8066
Sail Date: October 2015
Our cabin was spacious with plenty of storage space. The cabin was quiet and nicely decorated . Beds were comfortable. We had an obstructed view but it was better than expected since we booked a guaranteed inside cabin. So a cabin with ... Read More
Our cabin was spacious with plenty of storage space. The cabin was quiet and nicely decorated . Beds were comfortable. We had an obstructed view but it was better than expected since we booked a guaranteed inside cabin. So a cabin with a bit of wire and part of a lifeboat winch blocking a small part of the window was a big upgrade. Our cabin steward was very friendly but seemed new to his job as he did not notice when things were needed or missing from the bathroom. No problem getting them we just asked. Only one 110v outlet though in the cabin so if you need to charge stuff you have to do it one at a time. Read Less
Nice Ship : Cabin 8078
Sail Date: September 2015
Cabin was kept clean. Enjoyed the towel animals. Read More
Cabin was kept clean. Enjoyed the towel animals. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2015
This stateroom is really only meant to accommodate 3 people. They will sell it to you as accommodating up to 4 but you will have a 4th bed put up making your room wall to wall bed. Being on deck 4 forward you can really hear the ship ... Read More
This stateroom is really only meant to accommodate 3 people. They will sell it to you as accommodating up to 4 but you will have a 4th bed put up making your room wall to wall bed. Being on deck 4 forward you can really hear the ship moving through the water mainly at night when trying to sleep. It was not a problem for our group but could be an issue for others. Read Less

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