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10 Reviews
Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), additional bunk beds in separate area, separate sitting area with sofa bed, and a private bathroom with shower. (265 sq. ft.)

Family Oceanview Stateroom (FO)
Decks: Deck 6 | Deck 7 | Deck 8 | Deck 9
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Family Oceanview Stateroom Cabin Reviews
Cabin 7500
Apr 2017
Great family holiday By: Naya9940
We had a family stateroom which was fantastic it had a set of bunks in a seperate alcove (had head some bunks came down from roof and sat over the main bed which was a little cramped), a couch that converted to a double bed and the kids fought over each night to sleep in and our main bed. It had two windows looking oout to the front of the boat. The room was clean enough and although a little dated we dont much care about that kind of aesthetics and mainly focus on functionality and cleanliness which it was.
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Cabin 9500
Dec 2016
Great Holiday By: Joel&Hall
See above
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Cabin 7200
Nov 2016
Our cabin was great!! Cabin 7200 is in the very front with two windows facing over the bow, wonderful views and plenty of light. Loads of room with queen or two single beds arrangement, sofa queen/double bed and two bunks. 3 cupboards with clothes hangers!! Plenty of draws and more in bathroom including behind mirrors. Jug, fridge and power points but if you have more than 2 things to plug in, you need to bring more to plug in. Oh also a hairdryer in the draw in front of the mirrors with a chair to sit in. Loved how we could change the temp in our room to suit us!! Magnets were great thing to pack as I could leave notes and hang daily planner to the walls and not loose them :)
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Cabin 7200
Feb 2012
Mardi Gras Vacation By: cruisamom
Cabin 7200 Great large room! Enough closet space and great view! Long walk being in front of ship
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Cabin 8200
Feb 2012
Great time on Voyager of the Seas By: cruizinwithsisters
Largest non-suite room on the ship. Cabin 8200 is a family oceanview cabin that is the largest of the 8 they have on the ship. The two on deck 8 are layed out different, so you truely have two separate sleeping areas and a living room in between. You can search this this site for Voyager cabin 8200 pictures and see pictures of both 8200 and 8500.
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Cabin 9500
Jan 2012
Snoozer of the Seas By: zdmo29
Cabin 9500 is a ocean view, family stateroom. It is all the way forward and has two large round windows that offer a nice view while sailing. The cabin is spacious with alot of storage and good closet space. Bring an extension cord if you need more than two outlets. There is no outlet in the bathroom. The beds in this cabin are horrendous. By far, they are the most uncomfortable beds I have EVER slept on. The literally feel like a piece of concrete with a fabric cover. Our entire group woke daily aching and numb. Pillows are either flat or hard as a rock. Whoever approved this bedding should be fired. Eggcrates were far and few between and my steward couldn't find one until day 3. The bathroom is small, as usual on a ship, but adequate. Also, beware that about mid week this cabin will fill with a foul smell that will last about 2 hours. From reading the boards, it sounds like some problem with the ventilation system. It is pretty bad. The tv is advertised as a flat screen, but it's an old, very small, poor quality tv. The pay per movies are old and the newer 3 will be shown over and over again for free. The fridge is small and it took two days and four phone calls before they finally restocked it.
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Dec 2010
3 closets, 2 small, one bigger. 1 bathroom with one sink, oval shower, and tiolet. One vanity on right side of mirror. 1 bunk bed area, one fold out couch for dbl bed, and one main bed are with dbl bed. 4 large circle windows on front of ship. 1 in each bedroom, outside bathroom, nad in living room area. Low ceilings that slant. Drawers in main bedroom and dbl glass vanity on mirror. Small shelf/desk area below window and on slanted wall in bunk bed room. 1 trash can in room. clothesline in shower and 4 pegs on door of bathroom for small objects, as can get large ones caught in the small door.
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