Cruise in Comfort with BSSA
Throughout the years, we've added many features and refurbished the decor. But one thing has stayed the same- a dedication to a casual cruising experience. No luxurious staterooms. When it comes to a good night's sleep our ships offer four categories of small-ship cruising cabins. Classic yacht-style cabins each with private facilities are located throughout the ship. Facilities are the same for all categories and include a head, sink and continental type show. All cabins have individually climate controlled air conditioning systems that continuously feed in fresh air into your room, day and night. Smoking is allowed on outside deck only so all are cabins are smoke-free.
How big are the cabins?
Being able to 'Go Where The Big Ships Cannot' takes a boat built to be much smaller than most overnight cruising vessels. Our average cabin size is approximately 100 square feet.
Are there private balconies or suites?
Our vessels do not offer private balconies or suites. However, we do have a public outer deck and cabins with both windows and doors that open to the outside.
How much storage is available?
Our cabins offer storage underneath the beds as well as closet space to hang or store clothing.
What is included in the cabins?
Fresh towels daily, shampoo, conditioner, body wash and a hair dryer are available in each cabin.
Are there TVs in the cabins?
We do not have TVs in the cabin. Our cabins simply serve as a comfortable place to rest your head after a day's worth of adventures. While cruising with BSSA, you will disconnect from the hectic world around you. Enjoy our 180-degree vista view lounge- the ideal place to get to know your fellow passengers as glorious, scenic landscapes unfold before you. Go upstairs and you'll find the upper deck, the perfect place to catch a breathtaking view or catch a few rays.
What are the main differences in cabin categories?
These are our lowest priced cabins located main and lower deck. Restricted to either a porthole or no window with doors to an interior hallway. Select Cat I cabins have a marine shower which means that the toilet area and shower are in a shared space.
All cabins in Cat II are located in the bow of ship on the main deck. These cabins all have porthole window and doors that open to an interior hallway.
Most Cat III cabins are located on the main deck with large fixed windows (unable to open but let in lots of light). The cabin size of Cat III is slightly larger than Cat I & II.
These cabins are the most spacious out of the four categories with large fixed windows that open to allow a natural breeze. All Cat IV cabins are located on the sun deck. You may select whether you would like a cabin that opens to an interior hallway or sun deck.
Designated Single Cabins
Perfect for the solo traveler, in recent years Blount has created designated single cabins. The 60's single cabins are located on the sun deck with doors that open to the exterior of the ship with sliding windows. Each singles cabin has a twin bed, private shower and toilet. These cabins book quickly, single travelers are recommended to reserve their cabin well in advance or take advantage of other options for solo travelers.