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hi, booked and sailing on MS Richard With (hopefully). Can anyone tell me the diff between a I1 and I2 inside cabin?

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I'm not sure whether Richard With has both categories. l1 is for one person, l2 for two. Both are tiny! I'd think they are for someone who intends to use the cabin for sleeping only and who is willing to spend most of his days in public spaces or outside on deck.

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4 minutes ago, grayjay said:

I'm not sure whether Richard With has both categories. l1 is for one person, l2 for two. Both are tiny! I'd think they are for someone who intends to use the cabin for sleeping only and who is willing to spend most of his days in public spaces or outside on deck.

Both cabin cat are listed on deck plans though I only see 1 of the I1 cat, which is assigned to my booking. Looking at deck plan the floor space seems identical for both cat, so as a solo it might not be so tiny for me.

thanks

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I cannot find any category l1 - only I2 - however a I-575 cabin where the other cabins are I2-xxx. I think the only difference is the location of I-575.

As said above the cabins are tiny and they are all different - below the translated description from the Norwegian site:

“All cabins have a bathroom with shower / toilet.  Most cabins have separate beds, one of which can be converted into a sofa.  Some have upper and lower berths.  Some of the cabins have more facilities than others.”

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2 minutes ago, hallasm said:

I cannot find any category l1 - only I2 - however a I-575 cabin where the other cabins are I2-xxx. I think the only difference is the location of I-575.

Yes, that is what I was assigned, listed as a I1 on my booking confirm. Just a bit concerned as it has adjacent stairway, hoping not too much night traffic there.

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I have had an outside cabin in same location (different ship) - doors to the stairway.

Assuming sailing during winter - then this is a good location when “Northern Lights Alarm” during night.

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14 minutes ago, hallasm said:

I have had an outside cabin in same location (different ship) - doors to the stairway.

Assuming sailing during winter - then this is a good location when “Northern Lights Alarm” during night.

great, thanks

 

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