The cabins are called staterooms, which sounds impressive. There are five levels of stateroom accommodation, depending on your budget and your level of facilities.
The "prices from" option is an interior stateroom. Situated on the inside part of your ship, you have no window to look out, but all expected amenities are included, such as a complete en-suite. This option is ideal for those who just want somewhere to sleep.
There are countless activities on board from dawn until well after dusk, so if you are a person to be on the go all day and half the night the interior option is very economical.
Ocean View is the next option. Same facilities but a large picture window to watch the passing seascape.
The balcony stateroom gives you a salt air experience. An outside balcony with a table and two chairs to sit and watch the sea go by or to have a fresh air read. The balcony is a pleasant place to watch as your ship enters or leaves port. Keen photographers can find interesting photographs from their balcony.
The mini-suite is for those who like a little extra room. It has a separate sitting area with a lounge, coffee table, two flat screen TV sets and an outside balcony. The full suite is the ultimate in accommodation.
All the above mentioned dining options are included in your cruise price. There are two small intimate specialty restaurants which attract a surcharge and all drinks are paid for, except tea, coffee and juices at main meal times.
Throughout the ship there are twelve lounges and bars, offering entertainment.