About This Ship
Cabins: Twenty-one cabin categories are listed on Balmoral’s deck plan—there are even six categories listed for single cabins—which makes it somewhat difficult to be certain what the accommodations you select will be like. All 710 cabins have adequate storage in closets and drawers and have an interactive TV, hair dryer, and personal safe. Suites and minisuites have refrigerators. Balcony sizes vary widely, and some are entirely under cover and shaded, while others are not. Some outside cabins have a porthole instead of a large picture window. Three categories can be booked on a male or female share basis for twin-occupancy only.
Bathrooms: Many categories have a bathtub-shower combination, so ask about specific cabin design (if important to you) when booking a voyage.
Accessibility: The ship permits 12 wheelchairs onboard at any time and has 4 cabins modified for wheelchair users.
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