Clipper Odyssey Cabins

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Clipper Odyssey Cabins

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All 64 cabins on Clipper Odyssey are outsides. Sixy of the cabins are positioned forward, spread among the four decks, and there are a quartet located midship on Bridge Deck. Apart from eight balcony cabins and one suite, most are similar and average 186 square ft., though the overall range is from 183 to 258 square ft., generous for a small expedition ship.

All cabins have twin lower beds that can be converted to a queen-size bed. Passengers can request either arrangement at the time of booking or have the conversion done when arriving onboard. All bathrooms have square Japanese-style tubs and showers. Light blond-wood cabinetry and light fabrics lend a bright air to the rooms. Amenities include a sofa and coffee table; vanity; decent closet and drawer space for a casual cruise; mini-fridge; personal safe; TV with three closed-circuit channels for feature films, documentaries and GPS; radio with two music channels and wake-up call channel; and temperature control thermostat. Suites (at 258 square ft.) simply have more room; they also have a narrow balcony with two chairs and a table.
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Heather Sydenham
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Sailed August 2009
Comfortable cabin, twin beds, sofa, chair, fridge, desk, two hanging wardrobes, drawers and safe. Compact bathroom with short bath with shower over. Quiet area but some noise from next door opening and closing their cupboards!... Read more
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Heather Sydenham
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My daughter and I travelled on the Clipper Odyssey in early August. We knew we were going on an Expedition Cruise and had packed all the gear they suggested we take, thermals, wellingtons, wet weather gear etc, and we needed it all!! ... Read more