Coral Deck is quite near the bottom of the ship. I had an outside twin room with my sister which had a small unobstructed porthole. The room was very spacious with plenty of storage space. Our paperwork advised us to take collapsible suitcases for storage. We took normal (quite large) cases and there was definately more than enough room to store them without them being in the way. I was amazed how spacious the cabin was. A good sized dressing table with drawers, mini fridge, shower room with toilet as you would expect - quite compact but more than adequate. The rooms higher up the ship on decks which you would probably pay a lot more than you have for coral deck are exactly the same size. So the only thing you have different to them is a longer lift journey or a few more stairs if your feeling active. Enjoy.
Hi ya you dont get fridges in your cabin in coral deck we had outside cabin on coral with large window and did not have fridge and its on deck 5 .
Thank you mcguire for that correction, you are spot on about the fridge but hey - whats a fridge between curises. Sorry to mislead you RAVEL at Croydon.
As far a food goes the website below you can open up each area and see sample menu's http://www.islandcruises.com/pages/display/16 covering the Island Restuarant; Oasis; Beachcomber and finally the Grill.
Hi ya dont know about vegiterian food on ship but we have done coral deck cabin no 5039 out side cabin near guest realitons and lifts no noise good level you will enjoy your cruise with island ive done 6 4 on escape 2 on star .