Seven classes of staterooms are on offer.
The Journey offers seven classes of stateroom, ranging from the large Club Continent suites to the cosy Club Interior. We took a closer look at three of these types.
|Cabin Name||Occupancy||Cabin Size||Location||View|
|Club World Owner's Suite||2 people||793.00 square feet||Deck 6, Deck 7, Deck 8, Aft||Balcony|
|Club Continent Suite||2 people||326.00 square feet||Deck 8, Aft, Mid||Balcony|
|Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom||2 people||221.00 square feet||Deck 6, Deck 7, Deck 8, Aft||Rear-facing Balcony|
|Club Veranda Stateroom||2 people||215.00 square feet||Deck 6, Deck 7, Deck 8, Fore, Mid||Balcony|
|Club Interior Stateroom||2 people||158.00 square feet||Deck 4, Deck 6, Deck 7, Deck 8, Fore, Aft, Mid||None|
|Club Ocean Suite||2 people||673.00 square feet||Deck 6, Deck 7, Fore||Ocean View|
|Club Oceanview Stateroom||2 people||170.00 square feet||Deck 3, Deck 4, Deck 6, Deck 7, Fore, Mid||Ocean View|
|This review is organized into 4 pages|
Page 1Club Continent Suite
The Club Continent Suite is one of the premier living accommodations on the Journey.Read More...
Page 2Club Oceanview Stateroom
In the Oceanview Stateroom, you will not have a balcony, but the window provides a decent view.Read More...
Page 3Club Veranda Stateroom
The Club Veranda Stateroom is a mid-range room with a balcony.Read More...
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