About This Ship
Cabins: All accommodations have adequate storage space, a vanity desk, TV, safe, hair dryer, refrigerator, and tea/coffeemaker. Balcony cabins have a small sofa, chair, and table, but only Deluxe Balcony cabins and above have a decent-size seating area and use of bathrobes, atlas, and binoculars during the cruise. Standard inside cabins have a shower only; all other accommodations have a tub. All balconies are not created equal; some have obstructed views.
Suites: Suites receive mineral water, fruit basket, flowers, champagne, and chocolates upon arrival, and canapés are delivered daily. A bathrobe, slippers, atlas, and binoculars for use during the cruise are provided, and bathrooms have whirlpool tubs and separate shower. All have a trouser press, iron and ironing board, and DVD player. In addition, full suites have the added services of a butler, separate dining areas, and bathrooms with dual sinks. The two Penthouses are duplexes with a spiral staircase and two balconies. One has a baby grand player piano. Balconies for A104 and A105 are completely shaded; A106 and A107 are partially shaded; and C104 and C107 are smaller than other suite balconies.
Accessibility: Twenty-two cabins are wheelchair accessible.
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