This considerable effort is courtesy of Cruise Critic member rafinmd. Photos taken in August 2014.
I realized after the fact that there were also limited view cabins forward of the aft staircase. I took photos of all the cabins between the aft doors and the next set of doors forward. My apologies for the different lighting between the port and starboard sides but I originally took the photos in Juneau and realized that the mural outside the ship was a distraction. The Statendam does not have traditional aft cabins but the lower promenade deck has 4 cabins (418-421) that have a window facing the aft. I’ve added photos of those cabins as well, even though they are not limited view.
The pictures were taken on the Statendam 8/22/14, but other S-class ships should be similar (with perhaps different numbers). Each “picture” shows a string of 3 shots taken directly in front of the cabin window, looking about 45 degrees left, straight out, and 45 degrees right.
The picture title consists of the cabin number and class
H: Partly obstructed
EE: Supposedly not obstructed
E: Supposedly not obstructed
For port side cabins, the sequence of photos is aft, straight, forward view.
For starboard side cabins, the sequence of photos is forward, straight, aft view.