Balcony
These staterooms sleep up to two guests and come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed. Also includes a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony.

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Balcony (BC) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: December 2017
This is a handicapped balcony room. There is the main King sized bed, a fold down from the wall bed, and a chair which pulls out into a bed. It would be very tight, but possible with four. No pole in this room which was very nice and ... Read More
This is a handicapped balcony room. There is the main King sized bed, a fold down from the wall bed, and a chair which pulls out into a bed. It would be very tight, but possible with four. No pole in this room which was very nice and an advantage over several other handicapped rooms on this ship. There are only three drawers, but several shelves (I believe it was 8). The balcony door is powered, and takes patience. The bathroom is large enough for a wheel chair user to get around without aid. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
smallest balcony I have had on a cruise. Rather outdated and hard to get around. Shower was ok. Read More
smallest balcony I have had on a cruise. Rather outdated and hard to get around. Shower was ok. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
As a solo traveler, a cabin this size seems very big. Aside from the extremely small television, the cabin is like most other ships. Small bathroom. I didn't use the balcony much. It was cold out. I did enjoy short periods of time out ... Read More
As a solo traveler, a cabin this size seems very big. Aside from the extremely small television, the cabin is like most other ships. Small bathroom. I didn't use the balcony much. It was cold out. I did enjoy short periods of time out there and one day I was able to catch a nap with the door open. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
The cabin was amazing. Very large. We had a handicapp accessible cabin in the aft of the ship....with so much room. Large shower and bathroom and very clean. My only complaint would be that I could smell the diesel smell of fuel burning ... Read More
The cabin was amazing. Very large. We had a handicapp accessible cabin in the aft of the ship....with so much room. Large shower and bathroom and very clean. My only complaint would be that I could smell the diesel smell of fuel burning from the ships engine and it bothered me. Also we could not really use the balcony much due to bad weather and fog. Read Less
Ok...but with some snafus : Cabin 9132&9134
Sail Date: July 2017
We had interconnecting cabins and had to wait for tour cabin attendant to get the supervisor to unlock the interconnecting doors. Rooms are small compared to the Breakaway. 2 adults in 1 room and 3 kids in the other. The room for the ... Read More
We had interconnecting cabins and had to wait for tour cabin attendant to get the supervisor to unlock the interconnecting doors. Rooms are small compared to the Breakaway. 2 adults in 1 room and 3 kids in the other. The room for the kids, there is a pull down bed, but we didn't use it because it made the room more cramped and you couldn't use the balcony. There is a small convertible sofa which will only fit a child less than 9 years old. My youngest slept in it and he just fit it. Our rooms are closer to the buffet area and the grand pacific dining room. Basically anything towards the back of the boat, but also still close enough to go to O'Sheehans and the atrium/guest services area. Read Less
A great trip. : Cabin 9018
Sail Date: May 2017
Cabin was roomy. Balcony was definitely worth the extra money spent. Read More
Cabin was roomy. Balcony was definitely worth the extra money spent. Read Less

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