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Outside Staterooms With Verandahs (categories V, 4, 5, 6, and 7)

Outside Staterooms With Verandahs (categories V, 4, 5, 6, and 7)

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Welcome to the luxury of a private verandah at just a fraction of the cost of a suite! Staterooms with verandahs (categories V and 4–7) comprise the largest percentage of the ship’s staterooms at a whopping 42%–69%. All have split baths (see page 148) and are on decks 5–8 or 5–12.

AMENITIES

The main amenity in categories V, 4–7 is the verandah (balcony). Not only does the verandah offer fresh air and a gorgeous view, but it extends the space of your stateroom. The option to sit outside and enjoy a sunset or read while those inside watch TV or sleep is a huge bonus. Verandahs in categories V, 4–6 are open to the air, covered, and have privacy dividers. Category 7 staterooms (same size as categories 5 and 6) have either a slightly obstructed view or a Navigator’s Verandah, which offers more privacy by hiding the verandah behind a large, glassless “porthole” (see photos on page 144). All verandahs have lighting that is controlled by an on/off switch inside the stateroom. All can sleep at least three guests, and most category V and 4 rooms sleep up to five guests. Category V rooms deliver Concierge benefits and richer decor. On the Dream Class these rooms are on decks 11 and 12.  Category V rooms are being added to the Magic Class (deck 8) in October 2017.

Verandah with plexiglass railing

Verandah with metal railing

Most verandahs have a clear, plexiglass-covered outer wall (shown in the first photo). Others have a solid, metal wall (as shown in the second photo). There are fans of both styles, though we personally prefer the clear walls.

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