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Cabin 9 388 A

deck Deck 9
kind The Sea View cabin
user Up to 2 sailors
accessible Accessible cabin
The Sea View cabin on Virgin Voyages cruise ships
The Sea View cabin* on Virgin Voyages cruise ships © Photo by Virgin Voyages®

*NOTE: We do not have a specific photo of 9388A yet, this photo is of a similar cabin so the actual layout and view may differ.

About cabin 9388A

Cabin 9388A is a The Sea View cabin on deck 9 of the Virgin Voyages ships. This cabin belongs to the Sea View category of cabins.

This cabin is a bit of outlier – positioned right at the front of the ship it has a porthole that looks directly out to sea – with the same view the captain has!

We would love to find a picture of this unique cabin, if you have stayed in 9388A and would like to share a photo with us please contact us.

Great things we’ve noticed about cabin 9388A

  • pro Has more space than similar cabins

    This cabin is a little roomier than other cabins in this category.

Things you should know about cabin 9388A

  • con Long walk to elevators / lifts

    This cabin is far away from the elevators or lifts which means it may take longer to get back and forth from the venues on board.

Notes about where cabin 9388A is located

View Deck 9 Plan

The ’A’ in the cabin number means it is on the port side of the ship (left of the ship if you’re looking straight forward). This can sometimes be important if you’re doing a repositioning voyage like a Transatlantic crossing as it will determine if you will have the sunshine or not.

Cabin features

  • Large-screen TV with touch tablet remote control
  • Sensory mood lighting
  • ’Glam area‘ - desk and mirror with plenty of space for getting ready
  • Generously sized rain-head shower
  • Shampoo, conditioner and body wash

Bed configuration in cabin 9388A

Bed type Amount Optional
Queen size 1 No

NOTE: Any beds listed for this cabin may be further configurable or split to allow for seperate sleeping accomodations. Check with Virgin Voyages Sailor Services or your travel agent for specific configuration options for your booking.

Cabin 9388A is designated as accessible

This is an accessible cabin. This means it is specifically designed for sailors with disabilities including wheelchair users. It is larger than a standard cabin and has a number of features to aid accessibility. These include:

  • Cabin features:
    • Entrance doorways are wider; 33.46 inches (850mm)
    • Lower bed height: 25.6 inches (650mm)
    • Double rail hanging closet (with lower-reach rail)
    • Hard-wired telephone
    • No-step access to terrace
  • Bathroom features:
    • Flat floor entrances to bathroom and shower
    • Entrance doorway to bathroom is wider; 33.46 inches (850mm)
    • Turning circle of 60 inches (1525mm) in bathroom
    • Grab bars surrounding toilet and shower
    • Folding shower bench
    • Rain-head showers with handheld spray shower

If you can safely transfer from your wheelchair and walk around the cabin you might also find cabins designated as ‘ambulatory’ suitable. Ambulatory cabins are positioned directly from the elevators / lifts so a wheelchair can be easily manoeuvred into the cabin. Guests are expected to transfer into the cabin from their wheelchair.

About the ‘The Sea View’ cabin category in general

The Sea View cabins are intended for pairs who prefer to enjoy their ocean views in a comfortable, mist-free environment. The cabins feature a window seat, designed in a nautical style, which comfortably accommodates two. This allows couples to share the tranquil beauty of the sea throughout their journey.

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