Black Watch Review
About This Ship
Cabins: Black Watch has spacious air-conditioned cabins and suites. Designed for long-distance voyages, all are equipped with an interactive TV, telephone, lockable drawer, and hair dryer; many have a bathtub–shower combination. Suites have balconies, seating areas, and refrigerators. The top two suite categories have DVD players, welcome-aboard champagne, flowers, fruit basket, and bathrobes for use during the cruise. Numerous cabins are outfitted for single occupancy.
Layout: Like many ships of its vintage, Black Watch doesn’t have a large number of balconies, and because cabins aren't all the same, decor, bed configuration, and furniture layout in the 20 categories vary widely.
Accessibility: Six wheelchairs are permitted on board during any given cruise, and four cabins are modified for wheelchair users.
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