The oceanview double offers the amenities and approximate size of the interior double but with a picture window facing out toward the ocean.
The Ruby Princess offers ocean viewdouble cabins that range in size from 158 to 181 square feet (compared to approximately 160 square feet for interior doubles) with a picture window. The cabin offers a similar layout, but with a small sitting area at the rear of the room. (Note: Princess lists category E-G of ocean view doubles on this ship as having obstructed or partially obstructed views, but should offer some ambient light compared to interior doubles.)
The oceanview doubles do not offer anything more than interior doubles in the way of sleeping accommodations, with two twins that can be made into a single queen.
The still-small bathroom appears to be a hair larger than the interior doubles in some floor plans, but it’s all basics here.
There is a small storage area visible on the floor plan, though it’s not any larger than the interior rooms.
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