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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window
With room for up to three guests, these Oceanview Staterooms come with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa in some staterooms to sleep one more, as well as a porthole that offers a great view. These are mid-ship staterooms, which means you'll have easy access to everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Oceanview Porthole Window (OF) Cabin Reviews

Space in the cabins is much smaller than any other cruise I’ve been on. There are only 3 very small drawers in the closet, so we ended up leaving most of our clothes in our luggage, which only fit under the bed. There are only 2 ... Read More
Space in the cabins is much smaller than any other cruise I’ve been on. There are only 3 very small drawers in the closet, so we ended up leaving most of our clothes in our luggage, which only fit under the bed. There are only 2 electrical outlets as well, so if you have more than 2 phones you are trying to charge (I always sleep with a white noise machine), you are out of luck. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
Surprised they kept touting that the ship was recently refurbished as you wouldn't know unless you got off right before they did it. Walls and doors have NO sound suppression and no matter how loud the drunk hallway people were at 2, ... Read More
Surprised they kept touting that the ship was recently refurbished as you wouldn't know unless you got off right before they did it. Walls and doors have NO sound suppression and no matter how loud the drunk hallway people were at 2, 3, 4 am there was never a cruise staffer attempting to quiet them. Bathroom was standard for room. Outlet did not work and the sink had chips in it that could have been repaired. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
I would say that the ship could use improved maintenance for the staterooms...particularly the bathrooms. We requested service for clogged drains twice and the issue wasn't resolved after the maintenance worker serviced our room.
I would say that the ship could use improved maintenance for the staterooms...particularly the bathrooms. We requested service for clogged drains twice and the issue wasn't resolved after the maintenance worker serviced our room. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
Viva Cuba! : Cabin 8035
Our cabin was very clean and comfortable. Jake was our attendant. He was very friendly and always tried to please us. I requested a "monkey" to hang in our room and he made it happen!
Our cabin was very clean and comfortable. Jake was our attendant. He was very friendly and always tried to please us. I requested a "monkey" to hang in our room and he made it happen! Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Overall my cabin was clean and my stateroom Stewart was extremely friendly and helpful. However since the first day of the cruise my bathroom stunk of urine and you felt like you were using a port-o-potty. The smell of the bathroom turned ... Read More
Overall my cabin was clean and my stateroom Stewart was extremely friendly and helpful. However since the first day of the cruise my bathroom stunk of urine and you felt like you were using a port-o-potty. The smell of the bathroom turned me off and disgusted me. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
The stateroom King bed was just two very uncomfortable twins pushed together, it was pretty small and cramped, but we had a porthole window, so that was neat. Small shower, minimal amenities. Pretty standard, I suppose. Our steward clearly ... Read More
The stateroom King bed was just two very uncomfortable twins pushed together, it was pretty small and cramped, but we had a porthole window, so that was neat. Small shower, minimal amenities. Pretty standard, I suppose. Our steward clearly spoke zero English, but he tried. He just kind of showed up with towels sometimes, smiled, and nodded a lot. He was still cleaning our room from the previous cruise when we boarded, so we just took our luggage and things to the 11th deck to try and decompress from sitting in the terminal for what felt like forever. He left his swiffer duster in our room a couple times. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018

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