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ACCOMMODATION ONBOARD YOUR CRUISE SHIP

Waking up every morning with a different view of the world can become a reality on a cruise ship. Staying on board is designed to be as pleasant and luxurious as you would expect. All the featured cruise lines, without exception, will provide very high levels of service to make sure your stay is memorable and relaxing. You will be assigned a cabin steward whose job is to make sure you are completely pampered. From cleaning your room every day (at your designated time of course!) and bringing you tea and biscuits to turning your bed down at night, their job is to ensure you are well looked after.

Accommodation throughout your stay is fully covered in the cost of your cruise and as for the type of cabins you can expect, they are designed to appeal to the widest possible spectrum of people and so vary in size and specification according to individual passenger requirements and budgets.

Typically, all cabins have en-suite facilities (bath or shower), refrigerator, colour TV, direct-dial telephone, hairdryer and individually controlled air-conditioning. Selected cabins are assigned with draw down Pullman Beds (similar to bunk beds) to enable 3 or 4 people to share.

OCEAN VIEW

Ocean view suite
As you visit the many different ports of call during your cruise you can take in a different sight everyday and enjoy beautiful views through your ocean view cabin window (or port hole) as you set sail to the next destination at night.
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Ocean View Cabins Onboard Your Cruise Ship

There's always a choice of different ocean view cabins available throughout the ship designed to make the maximum use of space with furnishings created both for your relaxation and comfort. Typically (except for single ocean view cabins) these cabins have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-sized bed should you wish.

There are usually a number of ocean view cabins with third and fourth Pullman beds for families to share.

The usual ocean view cabin facilities include en-suite bathroom and/or shower room, wardrobes, a vanity area, hair-dryer, mini bar, in cabin TV and phone as a minimum.

SINGLE CABINS

Single Cruise Cabins
Single Cruise cabins are Offered by only a few cruise lines, most notably Fred Olsen, Costa Cruises and Cruise and Maritime Voyages. Single Cruise cabins are specifically designated to be occupied by one person and may help you avoid the single supplement.
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Single cruise Occupancy Onboard Your Cruise Ship

Other cruise lines do set aside a limited number of twin cabins for use as single cruise cabins at a supplement to the normal one person fare, on certain itineraries. There are also cabin share programmes that will pair you with other single travellers of the same sex to share a twin cabin.

Fred Olsen, Costa Cruises, Cruise and Maritime Voyages

INSIDE CABINS

inside cabin
A choice of well appointed inside cabins are available throughout the ship representing excellent value for money and designed to make the maximum use of space with furnishings created both for your relaxation and comfort.
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Inside Cabins Onboard Your Cruise Ship

Typically (except for single inside cabins) these cabins have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-sized bed should you wish.
There are usually a number of inside cabins with third and fourth Pullman beds for families to share.


inside cabin

The usual facilities for inside cabins include en-suite bathroom &/or shower room, wardrobes, a vanity area, hair-dryer, mini bar, in cabin TV and phone as a minimum.

TRIPLE AND QUAD CABINS

Triple suite
If you have young children and want them to stay in the room with you it's possible to find a cabin that can hold more than two people. A portion of the cabins on most ships have a third or fourth bed that either pulls down from the wall or drops out of the ceiling.
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Triple & Quad Cabins Onboard Your Cruise Ship

These full-size beds can then be retracted during the day so they're out of your way. Your cabin steward will take care of making up the bed at night and putting away for you the next morning.

BALCONY SUITES

balcony Cabin
A cabin with a balcony is a great way to make your cruise holiday even more memorable, allowing you to truly take in your destination.
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private balcony

On most ships these balconies and suites offer a sitting area and a private balcon, and in some cases (depending on the cruise line) even a grand piano and personal butler at your beck and call 24 hours a day!

FAMILY SUITES

Family Suite

Family Suites Onboard Your Cruise Ship

Cruise ships have a number of different types of cabins for any budget including suites, balcony cabins, outside cabins and inside cabins.
Each family can choose which type of accommodation best fits their needs and budget. Some cabins can sleep four or five guests in one room so families with small children would not have to book more than one cabin.

GUARANTEE CABINS

Ocean view suite
From time to time, cruise lines may offer you the option of making a "guaranteed" booking for a specific cabin category (also referred to as "GTY" cabin category). The benefits to you of a "guaranteed" cabin are that after your booking has been confirmed, the cruise line may upgrade your cabin to one of a superior category (at no extra charge), a genuine upgrade.
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Guaranteed Cabins Onboard Your Cruise Ship

In the event that an upgrade is not available you are "guaranteed" the originally specified cabin category.

Should you book a cabin on a "guaranteed" basis the exact location on the ship, and the cabin number will only be allocated by the cruise line after booking. Once the "guaranteed" cabin has been allocated to you, the cruise line is unable to accept any changes requested by you.