Cruise Cabin Organization and Stateroom Tour


Hi Cruisers, here’s how we do our cruise cabin organization! You’ll also see a stateroom tour of cabin A333 on the Star Princess. This is how we organize our cruise stateroom for a 10 day Princess cruise, but it’s about the same for a shorter cruise, and we do our Carnival cruise cabins, and Royal Caribbean cruise cabins etc’ in a similar fashion. You can see cabin organization for a shorter cruise here: When you are cruising for more than a few days your cruise cabin tends to get cluttered and starts to feel a little cramped. We’ve got a few tips for keeping your cruise ship stateroom tidy and clutter free. We’ll show you how to save closet space, how to keep bathroom counters clear, and where to look for that hidden extra outlet.

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