- Inside cabin – located on the inside of the ship, these cabins have no windows
- Outside cabin - located on the outside of the ship and feature either a port hole or picture window
- Outside cabin (obstructed view) - these outside cabins have an obstruction outside such as a lifeboat
- Balcony cabin - located on the outside of the ship and feature a private balcony/verandah
- Mini-suite or Suite - Similar to a balcony cabin but tend to be larger with additional in-cabin amenities
- Penthouse or Owner’s Suite - Top of the range accommodation with separate living areas, larger bedrooms and additional amenities.
FAQ - Your Cabin
What are the types of cabin available?
What is the bedding configuration?
Most cabins consist of twin beds that convert into a double bed. For Triple or Quad-share cabins there may be a double sofa-bed or one or two Pullman beds that fold down out from the wall or ceiling.
What if there are more than four passengers in my group?
Cabins can accommodate a maximum of four passengers; we suggest booking early to secure either an interconnecting cabin (these are limited in supply) or booking cabins next door to each other.
Do cabins have private facilities?
On today’s modern ships, all cabins have their own private bathroom which consists of a corner shower and/or bath, toilet, basin, vanity and storage.
Are towels and amenities supplied?
Most certainly, towels, facecloths, soap, shampoo, conditioner are all supplied as you would expect from a land based resort. Towels are replaced daily unless requested otherwise to help the environment and save water.
What facilities are in my cabin?
You will find a TV with several channels including movies, satellite TV and shore excursions. A telephone which uses the ship’s satellite connection (so keep your calls short) , some newer ships have internet connections or wireless hot spots. Plenty of drawer and hanging space to unpack. A writing desk and chair, hair dryer, air conditioning & an ice bucket. Suites tend to include a small fridge.
Is there a safe in my cabin?
Modern ships today have a safe in the cabin. They are typically electronically opened and closed by either using a password or your room key. For those older ships that may not offer an in cabin safe you can arrange to leave valuables with the purser's desk.
Can I make a cup of tea or coffee in my cabin?
No, however most cruise lines offer room service (available 24-hours, except the last night of the cruise). Most ships offer a room service menu, of which many selections are available at no additional charge including Tea and Coffee.
Is there room service on the ship?
Most cruise lines offer room service (available 24-hours, except the last night of the cruise). Most ships offer a room service menu, of which many selections are available at no additional charge including Tea and Coffee.
When will my luggage be delivered to my cabin?
Your baggage will be delivered to your cabin generally within two hours of boarding, if not sooner. It is recommended that you bring a carry-on bag with a change of clothes, any medications, sunscreen, bathing suit, camera etc to hold you over until your bags arrive.