Kindly contributed by Cruise Critic member ‘shrimpboat123’. Photos taken in April and May 2017.
We boarded the Zuiderdam in Fort Lauderdale on April 19, 2017 and stayed on for 40 days, disembarking on May 29th. We enjoyed the corner aft facing cabin, especially during scenic cruising as we entered ports and left them. The SB cabin is smaller than the SB’s on deck 6. There is about 6 feet less space between the end of the bed and the glass table in front of the sofa. Real convenient when you go for dinner in the MDR or the Lido. You certainly get your exercise when going to the Neptune Lounge or the Show Room.
Plenty of storage – both closets and drawer space.
Kindly contributed by Cruise Critic Member ‘CORealtor’. No date given for photos.
This cabin is on deck 5 and has an aft wrap balcony. I would say that the main part of the balcony is about 18 feet wide across the back and 13 feet deep. Along the side of the cabin, the balcony is about 5 feet wide and 22 feet long. These measurements are just stepped off, and an exact measurement was not taken. On the balcony was a dining table with four chairs, two lounge chairs and two chairs with ottomans and a small table between them. The cabin has a king size bed or two twins, a couch, coffee table and two chairs and two nightstands. There is also a large desk with a TV on it with a large picture window behind the television. There is a wall of closets on the opposite side of the room. There are two drawers under the bed (or one under each twin bed if it is configured that way). There are also cabinets under the desk area. Around the corner from the bedroom is a dressing room with more closets and a large bathroom. The bathroom has two sinks and a full size bathtub with a shower as well as a stall shower. There certainly is not a shortage of storage space. There are three standard plugs above the desk, one in the dressing room and one in the bathroom.