Royal Clipper Review
About This Ship
Cabins: Think yacht, and the cabin sizes make sense. Although efficiently laid out with tasteful, seagoing appointments and prints of clipper ships and sailing yachts on the walls, cabins are small in comparison to most cruise ships. All have a TV, safe, vanity-desk, small settee, hair dryer, and marble bathroom with standard toiletries. Closet space is compact, and bureau drawers are narrow, but an under-the-bed drawer is a useful nautical touch for extra storage. Cabins have 220-volt electrical outlets and a 110-volt outlet suitable only for electric shavers. For 110-volt appliances, you'll need to bring a transformer; for dual-voltage appliances, pack a plug converter.
Suites: Owner's suites, Deluxe suites, and Category 1 cabins have a seating area, minibar, whirlpool tub-shower combination, and bathrobes to use during the cruise. Deluxe suites also feature a private veranda. Category 1 cabins have doors that open onto a semiprivate area on the outside deck. Only the two Owner's suites have connecting doors.
Accessibility: None of the staterooms are designed for wheelchair accessibility, nor are there any elevators.
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