About This Ship
Cabins: Not large by today's standards, Braemar's cabins are attractively furnished, but most have limited storage space. They are equipped with an interactive TV, telephone, personal safe, and hair dryer; suites have a balcony, seating area, DVD player, and refrigerator. Deluxe balcony cabins also have refrigerators. Some categories also receive welcome-aboard gifts and bathrobes for use during the cruise. Cabins in two categories 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 the time of booking. Single accommodations are available in a number of categories, including a “single balcony suite," although it’s only 140-square feet.
Bathrooms: Toiletries are provided, and there is storage space in the bathrooms, but all categories, including suites, have only showers.
Accessibility: The ship permits four wheelchairs onboard during any given cruise and has four cabins modified for wheelchair users.
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