The main features that accessible cabins have are wider doorframes to fit wheelchairs and scooters and modified showers with seats, and a roll in shower. All bathrooms and cabins have bars though. If you will need to find an accessible cabin, let us know at the time of booking.
The back or near the back of the ship.
A balcony is a cabin with a private balcony for your stateroom.
An ocean view or balcony that faces inward toward the boardwalk and not toward the water
The very front of the ship.
Cabins for 3, 4, or 5 (or sometimes 2 on Carnival) may have a drop down bunkbed for the extra passengers.
Central Park View
An ocean view or balcony that faces inward toward the central park and not toward the water.
(Carnival Cruises) This is an enclosed balcony. Enclosed Balconies on Disney Cruise line are called Navigator Balconies.
When a cruise ship is hitched up to a dock that the passengers can disembark onto. When docks are not available passengers disembark into small boats called tenders.
The front or near the front of the ship.
On some Holland ships these balconies open to one connected wrap-around balcony deck rather than separated private balconies.
The middle of the ship.
An ocean view or balcony cabin with a view that is blocked by a lifeboat or other part of the ship.
A large window with a big, clear view.
A circular smaller window in an oceanview room
Cabins for 5 may accommodate the 5th passenger by bringing in an extra rollaway bed.
Cabins for 3,4 or 5 may have a sofabed for the extra passengers.
Another name for your cabin or berth.
Suites are larger, more luxurious, and more expensive than other staterooms
A boat for carrying passengers to or from a ship close to shore. Some ports have docks where you can walk off of the ship. However, others require tenders to disembark.
An inside cabin with a video screen on the wall that projects what people with balconies are seeing. (Only on Royal Caribbean)