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Mary Anne: Cabins

Quick Facts

Number of Cabins: 12

Types of Cabin: Although all cabins are equipped for double occupancy, the 8 slightly smaller cabins are designated for single occupancy (#1-6, 19 & 20), and the larger 4 cabins are used for double occupancy (#7-10)

Capacity: 16 passengers

Option to Share: Yes

Interconnectable Cabins: No, but cabins #9-10 have lower double and single berths and could be used for triple occupancy

Air-Conditioning: Yes

Bathrooms: Biodegradable shampoo and soap, towels, and hot water.


Sizes: Vary from 4.4 - 12.16 Sq. Mt / 47.4 - 130.9 Sq. Ft. See table below:

Cabins #1-2  - 4.4 Sq. Mt. / 47.4 Sq. Ft.
Cabins #3-4 - 8.34 Sq. Mt. / 89.8 Sq. Ft.
Cabins #5-6 - 9 Sq. Mt. / 96.9 Sq. Ft.

Cabins #7-8 - 10.27 Sq. Mt. / 110.5 Sq. Ft.
Cabins #9-10 - 12.16 Sq. Mt. / 130.9 Sq. Ft.
Cabin #19 - 8.25 Sq. Mt. / 88.8 Sq. Ft.
Cabin #22 - 8.5 Sq. Mt. / 91.5 Sq. Ft.

Beds: Bunks with upper and lower single berths (cabins #1-4, 19, 22), bunks with lower double berth and upper single berth (#5-8), cabins with lower double and single berths (#9-10)

Windows: Round portholes with ocean views

Balcony: No

Features: 220V - 50HZ and 110V - 60HZ outlets and European (German) and American-style plug sockets, lamps, wardrobes, fans (in addition to A/C), night tables, and closet.

Deck Plan

Mary Ann deck plan

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