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STATEROOM FEATURES • Two lower beds, most of them convertible to a queen-size bed • Bathroom with shower, in Mini-Suites bath tub with shower* and hair dryer • Individually adjustable air conditioning • TV, safe, phone • Internet access* • Small refrigerator* • Feather duvet and pillows • Sitting area* • Room for up to fi ve guests


EXTRA SERVICES FOR MINI-SUITES AND BALCONY STATEROOMS • Coffee and tea setup • Bathrobe in the stateroom


*Not available on all ships/in all categories.


(FAMILY) OCEANVIEW STATEROOMS (CATEGORY O) Size approx. 13,5-16 m2


, max. occupancy 4 guests^


If having a view of the water is important for you, then our Oceanview Staterooms may be the right choice. They come either with a porthole or a picture window. All have two lower beds that convert to a queen- size bed and some have additional drop-down beds to accommodate up to two extra guests.


Available on all ships except Norwegian Epic Note: Oceanview Stateroom on Jewel-class ships shown


(FAMILY) INSIDE STATEROOMS (CATEGORY I) Size approx. 11-17,5 m2


, max. occupancy 4 guests^


These cosy staterooms are the most affordable way to cruise. They offer many of the same amenities as our Oceanview Staterooms – just without the view.


Available on all ships


Note: Inside Stateroom on Jewel-class ships shown


Floor plans are examples only and may vary by category. Décor may vary. ^


Max. occupancy on Norwegian Sun is 5 guests. More fl oor plans & virtual tours at www.ncl.co.uk • Book today 0845 201 8900 79


STATEROOMS AND MINI-SUITES


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