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Cabins: Ocean-view staterooms are a study in efficiency and design. Closets are generous and have a safe; there's also a flat-screen TV, DVD, and Bose SoundDock speakers for an iPod. The combination vanity-desk and bedside table has drawers for ample storage. A few standard cabins have upper fold-down Pullman berths. Special touches are fresh flowers, terry robes and slippers, and toiletries. Teak-floor bathrooms are sensibly laid out and spacious enough for two people to share. All staterooms and suites are equipped with barware, minibar, and hair dryer. All voltage is 220, not 110.

Suites: Double the size of standard staterooms, suites were created from two standard cabins and have two bathrooms and a seating area with a sofa bed. A privacy curtain separates the bedroom from the sitting room. New spa suites include plush spa robes, tea service, and credits for certified organic spa services and fitness classes in WindSpa. Two supersize bridge suites have living and dining areas, a bedroom, a walk-in closet, and a bathroom with a whirlpool tub and separate shower.

Accessibility: No cabins are wheelchair accessible.

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