This suite has separated sleeping and living areas as well as a balcony.
The bedroom at this suite level is separated from the living room. There is a walk-in closet and a larger bathroom with a full sized tub. The entire floor plan takes up an average of 440 square feet.
Beds can be two twins or a single queen in a room all to itself. With this separation you could realistically fit three or more people in this suite but you should consult MSC first.
The bathrooms in the Yacht Club Executive Suite get a marble floor and counter top makeover and a full sized tub for bathing.
Conversationally encouraged arrangement of furniture in the living room invites guests in the Executive Suite to bring home other passengers for a bout of interesting dialogue.
Walk-in closets provide a separated space to store all of your clothes and cruise knickknacks. A combination safe is also provided for storing valuables.
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