Cruising Terms Explained: Stateroom Category
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Cruising Terms Explained: Stateroom Category

Know the Code: Stateroom Cruise Lingo

Cruising Terms Explained. A new series from for people planning a cruise vacation.  A look at Princess Cruises’ website and how to book a stateroom. Learn how to study the ship’s deck plan to find the right stateroom location for your needs.

Cruise Lingo Used in this Episode:

Cabin: your room on a cruise ship (also called a stateroom).

Category: the price level of a cabin determined by factors like location, size, and amenities.

Types of staterooms covered in this video include:

  • Inside (no window)
  • Outside (small window)
  • Balcony (a cabin with a verandah that you can stand or sit on)
  • Mini-Suite (Princess Cruises mini-suites are nearly 50 square feet bigger than a regular balcony stateroom and come with a complimentary welcome glass of champagne upon embarkation).
  • Club Class Mini-Suites (click here to see amenities and features).
  • Suite (click here to see what amenities are included in a Princess Cruises’ suite).


Links  to files used in this video:

Caribbean Princess Deck Plan
Caribbean Princess Staterooms defined


Carrie Finley

Carrie is ready to explore, discover, and share the wonderful world of cruise travel. My goal is to report live from the ships sharing information about the overall experience under my Blogger-at-Large series. You will find information about cruise ships and places near the sea. Explore what’s buzzing at the cruise lines and gain insight into the world of cruising. Make sure to connect with Carrie via social media outlets including Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Tumblr.
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