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  ms Statendam, built 1993, photographed 2008, Cabin 101, Verandah Deck ms Ryndam, built 1994, photographed 2011, Cabin 105, Verandah Deck ms Rotterdam, built 1997, photographed 2007, Cabin 6105, Verandah Deck
The Rotterdam's balcony is clear glass instead of part-steel and part-open. The Statendam has a cloth couch and the other two are leather.
The Statendam has two chairs instead of one; the color schemes are different for all three ships.
The Rotterdam has a room dividing curtain.
The Statendam and Ryndam have two hooks; the Rotterdam has four.
The Statendam and Ryndam have four closet sections; the Rotterdam has five.
The Statendam's cabinet is shallow and open; the Ryndam has only two small open glass shelves, and the Rotterdam's cabinet is triangular and covered with a mirrored door.
The Statendam has a narrow shelf above the sink that you knock your head into when bending over to wash your face; the Ryndam and Rotterdam have a wider shelf underneath the sink instead.
This part of the bathroom is identical on all ships except for the updated walls on the Ryndam (which was refurbished in 2010). [Main] [Contact Us] [Events] [Family] [Fun] [Garden] [Misc.] [Photos] [Rett Syndrome] [Search] [Site Index] [Travel]

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