We were in that cabin about a month ago.
The veiw is filled with a lifeboat that only disappears when it is needed as a tender.
It is however a very nice cabin and the view restriction did not bother us. The cabin is only a very short walk (about 10 yds) to an excellent, quiet stern deck wich afords views in almost any direction. Ship and service is first class.
A Gray. Chester le Street Grammar 1953 - 59.
Thanks for this
In the event we were offered an update by Olsens (at a cost of course)which we decided to take.
It looks as though you face a lifeboat, hence fully restricted. The following website http://www.fredolsencruises.com/our-ships/boudicca/decks will take you to Deck 8 and run the cursor along the line and you will see your cabin very close to the lifts. hope this helps, but it doesn't get rid of the problem. When on board if it really is bad the sign will no doubt say don't ask for a cabin change as we are fully but see the pursor the day after you leave port and see if they can't do something to improve your lot. I did this for a couple we met on a NCL cruise and with a bit of sweet talking we got them moved from and inside to an outside cabin with a balcony. In their case there was a cost as it was an upgrade but it wasn't a lot.