Next up, the balcony room. This is by far our favorite room. There is nothing like relaxing on your own private balcony watching the waves, flying fish, sunrises, and sunsets. Of course this room is not the most affordable option. There are 5 categories of balcony rooms:
Cove – Not only do you get the balcony that has 2 chairs and a small table, but this cabin is only 25 feet above the waterline. If you would like to enjoy some ocean spray or quite possibly some waves this is the cabin for you. This room sleeps 4 and has the availability for connecting rooms.
Balcony – The standard balcony room has 2 chairs and a small table, sleeps 4, and has the availability of connecting cabins.
Large Balcony – This has a wider balcony area to stretch your sea legs. Still offers the 2 chairs and 1 table. It sleeps 2 people but does not offer a connecting room option.
Aft View Balcony – This is a longer balcony located on the stern side of the ship (the back). If you have any type of motion sickness this is not the room for you. You do feel the movement the farther out from the center of the ship you go. This sleeps 3 and does not offer the connecting cabin option.
Cloud 9 Spa – The same as a standard balcony but with spa amenities.This sleeps 4 and has the availability of connecting cabins.
The price of a balcony cabin for 2 people ranges from $1718-$2408 or $859-$1204 per person. Prices for 3 people range from $2347-$2777 or $782-$925 per person.
I hope that knowing the types and categories of the rooms and some current pricing this helps in some of your decision making. When we do put deposits down I will need to know what room type and category you are wanting so I can block that option.