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Marco Polo Cabin Information


Marco Polo is a very comfortable ocean liner with a wide range of public areas and deck spaces in which to relax. However, it is your cabin that should be the perfect place to unwind after a busy day sightseeing and your cabin steward will ensure that you enjoy a high degree of comfort and service. There are fifteen categories of cabins and suites, primarily graded according to size and deck position and even in the most economical cabins, the standard features are impressive.


Category 1: Standard Twin Inner


(Average size 110 sq ft/10.21sq m) Located on Caribic and Baltic Decks, these smaller cabins have two lower beds, a bathroom with shower and WC, wardrobes and drawer space, mirrored dressing table, TV, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console and personal safe.


Category 2: Standard Plus Twin Inner


(Average size 126 sq ft/11.71 sq m) Comprising two lower beds, there are four of these slightly larger cabins on Caribic Deck, whilst the majority are on Baltic & Atlantic Decks. Amenities include a bathroom/shower & WC, wardrobes and drawer space, dressing table, TV, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console and safe. Six of these cabins have an additional Pullman berth for a third passenger.


Category 3: Superior Twin Inner


(Average size 126 sq ft/11.71sq m) Most cabins are located throughout Pacific Deck but there are six slightly smaller cabins situated on Amundsen Deck and they all comprise two lower beds, a bathroom with shower & WC, wardrobes and drawer space, mirrored dressing table, TV, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console and personal safe.


Category 4: Premium Twin Inner


(Average size 158 sq ft/14.70 sq m) The most spacious inner cabins can be found on the Pacific, Amundsen & Columbus Decks. They comprise two lower beds but the majority of cabins in this grade can also offer accommodation for a third or fourth passenger in additional Pullman berths. Amenities include a bathroom with shower & WC, wardrobes and drawer space, mirrored dressing table, TV, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console and personal safe. Cabins 631 and 655 on Amundsen Deck are specifically equipped for passengers with mobility limitations and their companions.


Ocean View Cabin - The term to describe a cabin which has natural light from a porthole or a window.


Inner Cabin - This describes a cabin which has artificial light only. All cabins are well ventilated and have individually controlled air conditioning.


Lifts - There are lifts operating between Navigator and Caribic Decks as shown on the Deck Plan.


The pictures are given as a guide and layout of cabins and suites may vary within the same category.


Category 7: Standard Twin Ocean View


(Average size 126 sq ft/11.78 sq m) Comprising two lower beds, these slightly larger cabins are located on Caribic, Baltic & Atlantic Decks and enjoy ocean views through either one or two portholes. Two cabins, 255 and 262 have an upper Pullman berth for an additional occupant. Facilities include a bathroom with shower & WC, wardrobes and drawer space, mirrored dressing table, TV, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console and personal safe.


Category 8: Standard Plus Twin Ocean View


(Average size 141 sq ft/13.14sq m) This grade of cabins extends over three decks with larger cabins found on the Caribic and Baltic Decks, and the more compact located on the higher Atlantic Deck. Most cabins have two portholes although some have only one, and each has a bathroom with shower & WC, wardrobes and drawer space, mirrored dressing table, TV, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console and personal safe. A number of the lower deck cabins have additional berths for a third or fourth occupant.


Category 6: Standard Twin Ocean View


(Average size 119 sq ft/11.08sq m) Situated on the Caribic and Baltic Decks, these cabins have twin lower beds and most have ocean views through either one or two portholes. They have a bathroom with shower & WC, TV, drawer space, wardrobes, dressing table, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console & safe.


Single Cabins


Category 5: Standard Single Inner (Average size 100 sq ft/9.31 sq m)


Two of these comfortable cabins are on Caribic Deck and three are located on the Columbus Deck. Each has a bathroom with shower & WC, wardrobes and drawer space, mirrored dressing table, TV, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console and personal safe. They are particularly well suited to the single traveller.


Category 10: Standard Single Ocean View


(Average size 129 sq ft/11.97 sq m) Ten outside twin bed cabins, deemed as particularly suitable for sole occupancy, have been selected on Pacific and Amundsen Decks for single travellers. They have one window and a bathroom with shower & WC, wardrobes and drawer space, mirrored dressing table, TV, hair dryer, direct-dial telephone, music console and personal safe. Cabins 656 and 661 have partially obstructed views.


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