Balcony
Sitting area, floor-to-ceiling windows, private balcony. Accommodates up to 4 guests.

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Balcony (BC) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
Comfortable, clean but the balcony light did not work. Shrinking shower.... TV almost to big for the room, but not complaining. Poor selection of live channels, but very good selection of 'on demand' programmes. Read More
Comfortable, clean but the balcony light did not work. Shrinking shower.... TV almost to big for the room, but not complaining. Poor selection of live channels, but very good selection of 'on demand' programmes. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
The cabin like the rest of the ship was clean but in need of a makeover, the furnishings were needing a deep clean, the floor in the bathroom was a bit tatty and the mirror was marked. We had a bulb out, it was replaced but went again ... Read More
The cabin like the rest of the ship was clean but in need of a makeover, the furnishings were needing a deep clean, the floor in the bathroom was a bit tatty and the mirror was marked. We had a bulb out, it was replaced but went again immediately. The fridge was not cold even at its lowest setting. Not a bad amount of space, very comfy bed. The sheets and bedding again were clean but shabby. Read Less
Long queues : Cabin C708
Sail Date: November 2017
Our cabin was lovely and the steward always helped us if we required anything. Read More
Our cabin was lovely and the steward always helped us if we required anything. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2016
The cabin was just as expected. The wardrobe being just outside the bathroom was good use of space. There is a cupboard with shelves and this is where the safe is. The writing desk was really good. Only having one power point was just ... Read More
The cabin was just as expected. The wardrobe being just outside the bathroom was good use of space. There is a cupboard with shelves and this is where the safe is. The writing desk was really good. Only having one power point was just what we expected as have cruised before so we took a power board and made sure we asked what type of power point so we had the correct adaptor. Very important as my husband uses a CPAP machine for sleep apnea every night. We had no problems. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2015

Cabin with balcony very good. (Please note that ‘Staterooms’ are reserved for royalty and heads of state), good size TV with video on demand (although not specified anywhere!)

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Cabin with balcony very good. (Please note that ‘Staterooms’ are reserved for royalty and heads of state), good size TV with video on demand (although not specified anywhere!)

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Fun in Asia : Cabin C114
Sail Date: October 2014

Our cabin was always quiet..no other passenger or engine noise. It was a long way from the dining room but we got in lots of incidental exercise. The pillows were wide and very comfortable as was the mattress. I was pleased that we ... Read More

Our cabin was always quiet..no other passenger or engine noise. It was a long way from the dining room but we got in lots of incidental exercise. The pillows were wide and very comfortable as was the mattress. I was pleased that we could adjust the temperature ourselves and having a balcony was superb and would never ever have an inside cabin!

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Sail Date: July 2013

A751 - AFT cabin: Jerry, our steward, was supper nice and explained the room. The bathroom is tiny. The closet spans the entire length of the bed wall  huge! Hidden shelves behind a full length mirror with a large safe. Phone, hair ... Read More

A751 - AFT cabin: Jerry, our steward, was supper nice and explained the room. The bathroom is tiny. The closet spans the entire length of the bed wall  huge! Hidden shelves behind a full length mirror with a large safe. Phone, hair dryer on the desk. We had aft room A751 and A749 so he put the divider down between the room on the balcony. Deck chairs were very uncomfortable. They were either too far back or straight up and down for weird back support. We explored the ship. Very clean, and every crew member was friendly. Especially the first day they would ask if they could assist us we must have looked lost.

The luggage arrived while we were at the muster drill. Jerry also put egg cartons on our beds, re-making them for us and left two chocolates on the pillows. We unpacked in about one hour with plenty of hangars in the closet, shelves and drawers. We found there was enough shelves and counter space in the bathroom. We brought anti-slip material for the table tops and counters. We also brought two extension cords to be able to charge phones and camera batteries. One by the TV and one on the desk to run an alarm clock.

At first glance the stateroom very small. Again, first cruise, comparing it to hotel rooms. After a week it didnt seem so small and we were not in the room that much.

Loved the AFT views from our own private balcony. We didnt have to stand elbow to elbow with strangers on the deck. We could see from side to side as well as behind when looking for whales. There was never a breeze to cool you (in Alaska a good thing), we were protected from the cold air as the boat moved. We saw both sides of the channel and cruising North the moon glow (looking South) over the water at night was beautiful.

The toilet is an air pressure system. It sucks everything down the drain. We never found the stateroom or bathroom smelly. We feel they could have made the shower a little bigger and the shower curtain a couple inches wider. We did bring clips to weigh down the bottom of the shower curtain and it stayed in the stall better Water pressure was good as well as temperature setting with the lower nozzle.

The refrigerator in the cabinet with the door attached makes it hard for the unit to cool itself. There is no circulation of cooler air or holes for the heat to escape from inside the cabinet.

We brought two extension cords. One was very helpful as we used it to plug in a cell phone we used as an alarm clock. One on the desk and one behind the TV for charging batteries.

If I cruise again, I would get a min-suite. There would then be more room to sit inside. It also looks like they have nicer lounge chairs outside. I did like the AFT balcony views. When leaving a port, the bays or fjords we had a personalized view of the scene. We didnt have to stand shoulder to shoulder on the cold decks to see the view. If it is rainy you also have that protection to see the view.

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