Cabin Bath rooms, What ship has the best cabin bathroom ?

Here is a topic I have not scene in the forms but read a review stating how bad the shower was on the Radiance Class ships. I have been on a Radiance class ship and recall it was a very small shower that was circular and kind of stuck out into the room 1/2 way.

On the NCL star the bath room was divided into 1/3's with a sliding door to the water closet and a sliding door on the shower. The room itself felt small but I was sharing it with a couple buddies and this was great so shower was private as others could use the sink (glad that we were all good friends)

The Celebrity Equinox by far had the nicest of any ship I had been on, good size shower, good amount of counter space and lots of storage shelf's and closed in cabinet. It also had a nightlight that went on when the large room light went out. This was great for during the night not getting blinded if you had to use the bath.

I'm talking for regular cabins, not suites. I was in a friends suite on NCL Star and her bath room and closet was about the size of my outside cabin.

What is your favorite and worst ship bath room ?

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Hey, don't laugh, wife was hogging the bathroom one dark and windy night in a storm so I peed off the balcony. Don't tell anyone. Good thing the wind was blowing the right way.

We've only cruised on Carnival ships so far, and the bathrooms were not overly large, but they were fine.

JCOAKML, do you not care for Carnival?

I thought that rain smelled funny

The older ships that still use the shower curtains are the worst. Especially the tiny wedge showers on royal. Had to use towel clips to keep from sticking to you. The oasis class has shower doors. And junior suites usually have the shower tub combo.

Strangely, I've never had a problem with the shower curtains -- I do prefer the door type shower though.

We've only had shower curtains and never had any problem with them.

I liked this bathroom on a ship

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