About This Ship
Cabins: Small but attractively stylish standard cabins are adequately spacious and air-conditioned. The 355 staterooms are comprised of 190 outside cabins and 165 inside. All are equipped with satellite TV, music system, direct-dial phone, safe, and mini-refrigerator. Suites have a king-size bed and lounge area with sofa. Up to four people can fit into a standard or premium inside or outside cabin. Some suites have whirlpool bathtubs.
Bathrooms: In larger staterooms, appointments are more upscale, with marble-like tiling for counters and shower. In standard cabins, expect tighter quarters. All bathrooms have a shower, sink, mirrored vanity, toilet, and hairdryer. Storage space is limited.
Accessibility: While wheelchair access is possible, facilities for disabled passengers are nonexistent. Only one wheelchair-accessible room is on the Cedars Deck.
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