Cruise ship cabins are generally split into four categories. These are as follows:
- Inside - This is the standard, smallest-sized room and doesn’t contain a window with an outside view.
- Outside - An outside cabin can sometimes be referred to as an ‘oceanview room’. Outside cabins are usually similar in size to an inside cabin or a little bit larger and they have a window looking out to sea. On most ships there are outside cabins with an ‘obstructed view’, this means there is a window b...