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Two lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub, shower. Approximately 174–255 sq. ft.

Large Ocean-View Stateroom (G)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5
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Large Ocean-View Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 508
May 2017
The cabin was okay... it's a bit smaller than other cabins due to the curve of the ship. Rooms are not as deep in the front of the boat. We were also told that we had a Large Ocean View Window.... but we ended up with 2 small portholes instead. We like being in the front of the ship. We have very few people walking by our room and less Door Slamming!! We found the ship to have more "Odors" and "Noise" in the middle of the ship.
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Cabin 711
Apr 2017
Panama Cruise By: beadercat
This was a wheelchair accessible room and has a wider interior with potholes and larger bathroom with a large shower. Wish all the cabins were like this.
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Cabin 515
Jul 2016
This cabin is forward on the starboard side. The window is actually two small portholes. The cabin has a good layout and sufficient storage. His and hers closets was a nice feature. Like most of the ship however, things look a bit tired and worn The cabin was noisy in the early morning when the ship was docking at port. There was some noise from the promenade deck above
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Cabin 709
Jul 2015
Far Below Expectations By: evanross
We bought 'guanteed oceanview' and got upgraded to an accessible room. On the one hand, we didn't need an accessible room, on the other hand it was huge and had a big bathroom and shower (we could both fit in the shower at the same time!)
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Cabin 507 / 509
May 2013
Lovely Cruise on ms Veendam! By: Cruising Jedi
This was a port hole room, all the way Forward on the Main Deck (Deck 5). Room was very spacious, including the bathroom. There was no motion or rocking, the port hole provided all the natural light we needed and nice ocean views. Be aware that this is a noisy room though, lots of noise from below like machinery and anchors lowering early in the morning on port days. Noise can last a couple of hours. Didn't bother me, but might not suit a very light sleeper or those that like to sleep in.
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Cabin 709
Sep 2011
709 and its opposite number are huge handicapped outside cabins BUT IN THE BOW!!! WE LOVED IT! ROCKED US TO SLEEP EACH NITE AT SEA!!!
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