Mid-Ship Balcony
These mid-ship staterooms can accommodate up to three guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa in some to sleep one more. They also include a sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a private balcony. Because these are mid-ship staterooms, you'll have easy access to everything on board.

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Mid-Ship Balcony (BB) Cabin Reviews

Adequate square footage, large closet with at least 15 hangers and several corner shelves, locked safe, 2 robes for use, extra drawer space on the corner credenza, space for bags under the bed, king sized bed when mattresses are together, ... Read More
Adequate square footage, large closet with at least 15 hangers and several corner shelves, locked safe, 2 robes for use, extra drawer space on the corner credenza, space for bags under the bed, king sized bed when mattresses are together, separate shower, lavatory, and toilet areas. Great thermostat control and wonderful balcony. Just enough for two. Read Less
Sail Date January 2010
Our balcony cabin was adequate. While smaller then other balcony cabins we have had, with less drawer space and limited seating except the bed, there was room under the bed for our suitcases. The cabin appeared cleaner then some we have ... Read More
Our balcony cabin was adequate. While smaller then other balcony cabins we have had, with less drawer space and limited seating except the bed, there was room under the bed for our suitcases. The cabin appeared cleaner then some we have been in. The bathroom was a good configuration and with the exception of the shower floor tiles, clean and attractive. The shower had a glass door rather then the "stick to our backside" shower curtain that most have. The shower temp was "set and forget," and pressure was great. The balcony was very small and the large amount of paint chips covering the deck remained there the entire trip. Problems with the bathroom were our major cabin issue. The shower drain clogged. The toilet would not flush and even after repair had delays of up to two minutes after pressing the flush button. Water in sink ran brown while brushing teeth one day (a medical officer assured me "it won't hurt you"). The room and hallways smelled bad the entire trip. The sink also drained slowly until my husband pulled out the plug and adjusted a nut and screw. Minor cabin problems included: the telephone, which needed replacing. Its keys stuck and no instruction cover or key identification was on phone. Safe buttons were worn down and illegible, requiring a visit by a ship's officer to ID keys noted on instructions. Our TV's cable had a ruined connector that kept falling out, and it displayed interference from a battery-operated fan. We needed a foam bed pad for the very hard bed; the stewards got us one overnight. A steward left wet towels on bed, leaving a soggy mess. In the head, soap and shampoo dispensers were left empty on the same day. The sitting area between the bed and the balcony had an upholstered upright (dinner table) chair, a wobbly coffee table, and a settee that opens to a third twin. A desk with one shallow drawer, sat under a large mirror with sidelights adequate for makeup. The balconies are small, but had two comfortable mesh chairs and a floor-tile size table. The teak rail (in need of sanding and a fresh coat of polyurethane) mounts at a comfortable height above a thick glass safety plate instead of metal rails or wires. The overhead of the balcony needed rust relief and some paint of its own. Read Less
Sail Date November 2009
Small balcony, barely room for two adults. We had adjoining cabins, which have a connceting door you can open between the two, but their is no connecting door between the balconies. A pair of pliers and the removal of six bolts takes care ... Read More
Small balcony, barely room for two adults. We had adjoining cabins, which have a connceting door you can open between the two, but their is no connecting door between the balconies. A pair of pliers and the removal of six bolts takes care of that, but freaked out the wife, and she made me put them back. Beds were nice, lots of storage space, and the bathroom area is split into three, commode, shower, and sink, separated by sliding doors. Tv is still the old 13 tube type, and does not offer interactive service Read Less
Sail Date March 2009
Commode area was very tight. Shower area was adequate. Balcony was great. Very little noise. Storage space was adequate,
Commode area was very tight. Shower area was adequate. Balcony was great. Very little noise. Storage space was adequate, Read Less
Sail Date February 2009

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