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Sample pics and diagrams:
This is what a typical oceanview cabin will look like. We are near the window looking back into the cabin. There is a desk area. On the right is a closet. On the left is the bathroom.
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Now looking in the other direction we can see the bed and the window. Notice the pullman above the bed. This is a bed that pulls down from the wall when needed.
Here is a look back towards the cabin door. You will now see the bathroom door. Notice on he wall is a climate control for the cabin.
This is a close up view of the climate control.
The bathroom will have a sink and shower.
The sink has a medicine cabinet above it.
This is looking to the right in the bathroom. The toilet area has towel racks.
This is what the pullman looks like when pulled down. A ladder is provided and there is a safety railing.
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The cabin will have a safe for storing valuables.
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This is a close look at the window. The sill of the window is wide enough that some people can sit on it to look out the window.
Here is a picture of someone enjoying the window.
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Beds in a ocean view cabin be separated into two twins.
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Or the beds can remain together as a queen size.
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The TV is normally on a shelf above the bed area.
Here is another view of the desk area to get a idea of the shelves in the cabin.
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Here are the desk drawers opened up.
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This cabin has two pullman beds and they are both pulled down.
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