Nautica Cabin 7007 Photos

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#1
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Here are two photos of cabin 7007 on the Nautica. There are four of this type of cabin on the smaller Oceania ships, cabins 6004,6005,7006 and 7007. The deck 7 cabins are preferable because the deck 6 cabins are above the show room. These cabins are at the bow of the ship and are deeper than other C1 ocean view cabins because the outer wall is moved outward to the position of the outer edge of the balcony cabins on this deck. You can clearly see this on the deck plans. this provides extra space in these cabins in the sitting area, and allows space for an extra chair as well as the standard sofa. In addition, there is a wide window ledge/shelf under the porthole which provides extra storage for day to day items.The result is a more spacious cabin. The window is a large round porthole about 4 feet diameter. The cabin was very quiet except for bow thruster noise when docking but this is normal for any cabins in the front half of the ship. I hope this helps.
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#2
GTA, Ontario, Canada
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only other draw back for some if the seas are bumpy & you are prone to the motion of the ocean

it can be uncomfortable ...
personal choice we prefer deck 4
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Thanks cruising kangaroo, I am booked in cabin 7006, on Insignia. An upgrade was offered by O, at a very reasonable price, from a lower Cat. Your photos are just great. O agent said it was 205 sq.ft., and larger than other C1's. Did not know they had a chair also. Good news! Hope they do on Insignia.
#4
Northern NYC suburbs
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Thank you for these photos. Happy to see there is an extra chair.
I had this same cabin type (but 7006) years ago on the Azamara Journey, another R ship, and loved the extra space. Will be in on the Journey again this August in 7007 (with their new, modern decor). But we are sailing Nautica next June in 6005 - which was one of the last available cabins for the cruise that includes circling Ireland. Would definitely have preferred deck 7, but couldn't be picky at that point. Happy to be on the ship and in preferred size cabin! (but will miss the Marina sized bathroom....)

One thing I could not tell from your photos is where the TV is located since I see there is a mirror opposite the end of the bed, and the desk/mirror is opposite the sofa.
Thanks.
#5
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One thing I could not tell from your photos is where the TV is located since I see there is a mirror opposite the end of the bed, and the desk/mirror is opposite the sofa.
Thanks.
As they are in the other ocean-view cabins, the televisions are on the second to top shelf, next to the closets
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#6
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Originally posted by StanandJim
As they are in the other ocean-view cabins, the televisions are on the second to top shelf, next to the closets
That looks like the O class cabin with the closet beside the beds
here is a photo of regular cabins & the tv placement
https://www.cruisecritic.com/photos/...ember-3/41612/
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#7
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The OP has only posted 2x, with cabin images, so not expecting him/her to follow up here.
Stan & Jim - looking at the bathroom with tub in your image - that's an O ship layout. On Marina our stateroom was exactly like that.
LHT28 - that photo shows the desk next to that shelving where the TV is mounted. But in the OP's photos the desk is near the window and there is no shelving there. TV does not show in either photo and he didn't show photos taken from the window toward the rest of the cabin. On Azamara, there was no mirror at the end of the bed like Nautica has, so the TV was mounted there.
Photos on O's website for the C1 show a different layout than the OP's photo.
So, am I to assume that the TV is mounted on the wall/shelving that is probably outside the bathroom wall? Pretty awkward to watch from the sofa if that's the case.
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Originally posted by the mice
LHT28 - that photo shows the desk next to that shelving where the TV is mounted. But in the OP's photos the desk is near the window and there is no shelving there. TV does not show in either photo and he didn't show photos taken from the window toward the rest of the cabin. On Azamara, there was no mirror at the end of the bed like Nautica has, so the TV was mounted there.
Photos on O's website for the C1 show a different layout than the OP's photo.
So, am I to assume that the TV is mounted on the wall/shelving that is probably outside the bathroom wall? Pretty awkward to watch from the sofa if that's the case.
I agree

Those forward C1's are unique but I cannot see the TV being any other place than in the cabinet across from the W/C

maybe a search for those cabin numbers would result in some better photos

we have only done the C1's on deck 4
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OK, I searched and could not come up with any photos that matched OP's layout.
One would think that the TV would be mounted on the wall between the 2 large mirrors, but it is clearly not there as seen in OP's photos. Maybe 6005 will be different?
Images I found are similar to the one LHT28 provided in the link in post #6, which does not match OP's photos.
Guess I will have to take some good pictures next June and post them on these boards.
#10
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Sorry I was not paying attention. The TV is on the angled wall at the end of the closet near the bed. Yes it not very convenient to watch from the sofa but it is possible. It is not adjustable to turn towards the sofa. The cabin layout is the same as for a standard C1 cabin but has the extra depth as described. Even with the extra movement because of the location at the bow, I would take this cabin again if it was available because of the extra space and the large window. Cheers.
#11
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Cabins 6004, 6005, 7006 and 7007 arre identical. The photos I posted are definitely cabin 7007. As far as I know, they are the same on all of the smaller ships. The ocean view cabins on Marina and Riviera are quite different. They are identical to the balcony cabins in size (less the balcony) and layout, except that the full height glass doors are fixed (not openable because there is no balcony). Cheers.
#13
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Originally posted by Cruising Kangaroo
Attached is a photo of the cabin showing the TV (circled) on the angled end wall of the closet opposite the bathroom.
Pretty much the same as in the other cabins on the R ships
Thanks for the photos
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Originally posted by Cruising Kangaroo
Attached is a photo of the cabin showing the TV (circled) on the angled end wall of the closet opposite the bathroom.
THANK YOU!!!
I agree not the most convenient for watching from the sofa, but it's my DH who commandeers the remote control
and he loves to just lounge on the bed watching TV so he will be quite content. With him watching TV, then I can use our 1 internet connection - works for me!

I agree with you as to these cabins. As I mentioned above, we had one (7006) on Azamara in the past, have 7007 booked on Azamara this August, and had to settle for 6005 on Nautica next June 2019, because it showed as the only cabin left on the circle Ireland cruise. I was happy it was one of these 4 unique C1s. The only difference in the deck 6 cabins that I am aware of is that they have a connecting door, but I understand it isn't a problem.

Thank you again. We are looking forward to our Celebrity cruise to Australia/New Zealand in October 2019 - I've wanted to visit for 30 years!
- Marilyn