Interior Stateroom
Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, shower. Approximately 151–233 sq. ft.

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Interior Stateroom (K) Cabin Reviews

We're BAAAAACK : Cabin 1012
Plenty big enough for 2 scooters and an oxygen concentrator. The bed was super comfy.
Plenty big enough for 2 scooters and an oxygen concentrator. The bed was super comfy. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
VERY DISAPPOINTED! : Cabin 8125
Standard inside cabin with a side entrance. Bed was to the left as you entered with 2 night stands. Comfortable bed with plump pillows A small table and one chair to your right up against the wall. The vanity/TV counter and hassock are ... Read More
Standard inside cabin with a side entrance. Bed was to the left as you entered with 2 night stands. Comfortable bed with plump pillows A small table and one chair to your right up against the wall. The vanity/TV counter and hassock are immediately in front of you as you enter. To the right of the vanity is the bathroom and a curtained dressing area with the closets to the left of the bathroom. Elemis personal are products in dispenser in the shower. One dispenser was broken and product seemed watery. We were supplied with one bar of soap in the vanity the entire week. We asked the steward to leave another. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
The room was clean and had plenty of space for all of our clothes, bags, etc. I didn't miss having a balcony as we weren't on the ship during the day, and there were plenty of chairs/places to relax and enjoy the sea.
The room was clean and had plenty of space for all of our clothes, bags, etc. I didn't miss having a balcony as we weren't on the ship during the day, and there were plenty of chairs/places to relax and enjoy the sea. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
Our cabin, 6015 was forward. Our next cruise we will pick a location more mid ship. We did hear more noise and movement in the forward area. Especially so at the end of the crossing when the seas kicked up to 16-18 foot seas with 45 ... Read More
Our cabin, 6015 was forward. Our next cruise we will pick a location more mid ship. We did hear more noise and movement in the forward area. Especially so at the end of the crossing when the seas kicked up to 16-18 foot seas with 45 knots. She was definitely making noise and rocking. The earplugs we brought came in handy. The noise we heard was like someone rolling a bowling ball down a hall and then it hit the wall. Additionally, there was loud creaking noises, which we found out later is the boat metal flexing and torquing. Other than a few days, the boat was very comfortable. The walls in the room were marked up from luggage, they will need tending to at next drydock. Carpet was good to fair. If they cleaned them they would probably look great! Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
Cabin 5023: Very small – smallest inside cabin we’ve had in over 30 cruises. Other inside cabins we have had on this same class of ship are configured similar to the outside cabins, but this one was sideways and has awkward floor ... Read More
Cabin 5023: Very small – smallest inside cabin we’ve had in over 30 cruises. Other inside cabins we have had on this same class of ship are configured similar to the outside cabins, but this one was sideways and has awkward floor plan. The cabin steward kept it very clean and towels were replaced daily. Bed sheets were good and bed comfortable. This cabin has a noise problem, the back wall must back up to a storage room. On nights where the sea was rolling there was a loud banging on the wall next to the bed. Something in the storage room behind it needed battened down to prevent the battering noise during rolling seas. Yes, we mentioned it to the cabin steward and he asked his supervisor to check out what the cause of noise was. We even asked the captain about the noise on his Q&A session but nothing was done. Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
Smallest cabin I have ever sailed in. We had to move as a loose lifeboat kept banging against the hull of the all night.
Smallest cabin I have ever sailed in. We had to move as a loose lifeboat kept banging against the hull of the all night. Read Less
Sail Date May 2014
Bit of a walk to the elevator. relatively quiet. Could hear the anchor dropping once. Not too bad. Not too spacious but sufficient.
Bit of a walk to the elevator. relatively quiet. Could hear the anchor dropping once. Not too bad. Not too spacious but sufficient. Read Less
Sail Date June 2013

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