Cabins: Accommodations vary in size, even within the same category on each ship, as well as throughout the fleet. Cabin grades are available in seven to nine categories, depending on the ship. All are attractively furnished, but only suites and minisuites have amenities such as TVs and minibars. A hair dryer is the only amenity in some cabin categories.
Layout: On all ships, double beds are available only in the suites. All the other cabins have fixed twin beds and berths or a bed and sofa bed. Some cabins also have a third upper berth. Generally, outside cabins on higher decks have picture windows, while those on lower decks have portholes. Some suites have bathtubs. Standard cabins have showers
Worth Noting: A number of cabins are available for single occupancy at a premium. Three cabins are wheelchair-accessible.
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