Strange ship cabins.

Have you ever had a non-standard ship cabin ?  On the Carnival Glory I had a 1A cabin and it was a strange cabin with twin beds in different areas.  1 was a twin bed the other was a bed-sofa that was in a small cove and faced a wall.

I can remember my parents telling me of one ship they were on back in the 1970 that had been cut in 1/2 and stretched that when you went into the bathroom,  you were in the shower and had to walk through the shower to get to the sink and W/C.

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Wow... that is an odd layout. . . kind of like a single suite. My experience doesn't come close to that... and as I come to find out, it wasn't that odd of a layout after all.


Early in our cruising days, we ended up in a cabin that was configured sideways and was rather elongated. It actually worked out very well for us because the extra room gave us a place to put a wheelchair that I needed after unexpected ankle surgery.

 

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