About This Ship
Cabins: Boudicca's spacious cabins and suites are bigger than on many ships of this size. All have an interactive TV, telephone, a lockable drawer, and hair dryer. Suites have seating areas and most have balconies. Suites and junior suites have refrigerators, and the top two suite categories have minibars, and CD/DVD players, and receive welcome-aboard champagne, flowers, and a fruit basket. Numerous cabins are outfitted in a variety of categories for single occupancy, and some even have balconies. Cabins in three grades can be booked on a male or female share basis (twin-occupancy only). Sole occupancy of a cabin with two or more beds/berths is subject to availability at time of booking.
Bathrooms: Many categories have a bathtub-shower combination, so ask about availability when you make your reservation. Toiletries are provided for all, and occupants of suites also are provided bathrobes for their use during the cruise.
Accessibility: The ship permits six wheelchairs onboard for any given cruise and has four cabins modified for wheelchair users.
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