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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private balcony, sitting area with sofa, and a private bathroom. Rates vary from deck to deck. (173 sq. ft., balcony 47 sq. ft.)

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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (E1) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: January 2018
The balcony was worth the small extra as it added additional room and the opportunity to view both the open sea and the coastline. As you would expect the rooms are not huge but are sufficient in size with a king size bed (that can be ... Read More
The balcony was worth the small extra as it added additional room and the opportunity to view both the open sea and the coastline. As you would expect the rooms are not huge but are sufficient in size with a king size bed (that can be separated into two) with room to walk around it, adequate drawer and hanging space (take extra hangers) and a two seater lounge to relax in front of the TV. The bathroom had space either side of the basin for toiletries as well as a shelf underneath. The shower was circular in shape with doors rather than a curtin but the water flow was great providing a good bathing experience. Read Less
A wonderful surprise : Cabin 8294
Sail Date: December 2017
Everything you could possibly need...clean, huge but firm bed, plenty of storage...nice balcony and new furniture. Our attendant was wonderful. Appreciate the kettle and tea making facilities...large room Read More
Everything you could possibly need...clean, huge but firm bed, plenty of storage...nice balcony and new furniture. Our attendant was wonderful. Appreciate the kettle and tea making facilities...large room Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
As expected-a kettle was a great added extra. Would have appreciated dressing gowns Read More
As expected-a kettle was a great added extra. Would have appreciated dressing gowns Read Less
Very Disappointing : Cabin 9590
Sail Date: May 2017
good except for the non working fridge (cooler) and the lie they told about it. Read More
good except for the non working fridge (cooler) and the lie they told about it. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2017
Spacious enough for the two of us, but it upon closer inspection, it was pretty worn and dirty. Multiple holes in the wall had been covered by patches matching the wallpaper. Several large dings/smashes in the tops of tables and the ... Read More
Spacious enough for the two of us, but it upon closer inspection, it was pretty worn and dirty. Multiple holes in the wall had been covered by patches matching the wallpaper. Several large dings/smashes in the tops of tables and the vanity. Bathroom had a black mold problem. Our balcony looked absolutely disgusting. I am not a fan of the fully enclosed, concrete balconies as these make you feel like you're a stowaway on a container ship. Ours was totally rusted out, and while I appreciate the full sized chairs and table out there, there wasn't a whole lot of room to get around them and we were constantly having to push our way through to get in and out. This ended up being quite scary on a night the seas where the seas were rough. Also, the morning we arrived in Lautoka, our toilet stopped working and was not fixed for 2 days (see full review for story.) The bed was probably the worst part of the cabin, though. Extremely hard - like sleeping on a cot. Pillows were to thin and flimsy to offer any sort of support. Very uncomfortable time. Read Less
VOYAGER OF THE SEAS : Cabin 6304
Sail Date: March 2017
Our cabin being a disabled room was very roomy with plenty of room to move around,we were mid ship and we were in a great location not far from the lifts.we had lots of wardrobe space and plenty of shelving with shelves inside the wardrobe ... Read More
Our cabin being a disabled room was very roomy with plenty of room to move around,we were mid ship and we were in a great location not far from the lifts.we had lots of wardrobe space and plenty of shelving with shelves inside the wardrobe and shelves on the end of the wardrobe,plus there were 2 mirrors in the room large ones a dressing table with more draws and more shelf space. the balcony was very big. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2017
*As mentioned above* I was in stateroom 1688 on deck 10 port side rear corner, the first and last time I will ever sail at the rear of a ship. The room was large for that particular category due to the corner location, with a larger than ... Read More
*As mentioned above* I was in stateroom 1688 on deck 10 port side rear corner, the first and last time I will ever sail at the rear of a ship. The room was large for that particular category due to the corner location, with a larger than normal balcony which I soon discovered was not so private. The windjammer buffet was located directly above with diners sat near the windows able to view 50% of the 'private' balcony. Then there was the noise from the Flow rider two decks above with music blaring out most of the day, which put an end to enjoying the serenity of the ocean. Then of course there was the smell... It smelled like a garbage dump out there and when I asked the stateroom attendant what it was, he said it was most likely odor coming from where they store or incinerate the refuse/garbage. The balcony was also littered with what appeared to be black soot every morning, which was never swept once by the stateroom attendant, other items that appeared occasionally were table tennis balls from the sport deck above, a rubber sandal, an apple core, a discarded slice of cake and chicken bones! Read Less
Sail Date: December 2016
I had cabin 8392 which is an aft balcony. It felt spacious for its size, with the beds by the balcony and a 2 seater couch. The beds were very comfortable, not too soft or hard. The balcony was great! The larger size and the two loungers ... Read More
I had cabin 8392 which is an aft balcony. It felt spacious for its size, with the beds by the balcony and a 2 seater couch. The beds were very comfortable, not too soft or hard. The balcony was great! The larger size and the two loungers were most welcome, plus the superstructure actually allowed for some nice photos. It's location at the far back of the ship was good as it meant I had to walk to the lifts, and it was nice and quiet. Read Less
Disappointing : Cabin 8250
Sail Date: November 2016
Cabin was good. Not particularly roomy, but we only slept there or sat on the balcony to read. Read More
Cabin was good. Not particularly roomy, but we only slept there or sat on the balcony to read. Read Less

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