Sirena Seaways Cabins

A trio of cabin grades are available on Sirena Seaways, from the pocket-friendly to the luxurious.

Commodore class cabin

There are three different grades of cabin available on Sirena Seaways to suit all budgets.

The cabins are priced based on supply and demand so the closer you get to a departure date, the more expensive cabins become.

Flexibility is key on a smaller vessel. There are specially adapted cabins for larger families or group trips, adjoining cabins for families with older children as well as accessible cabins.

The three grades of accommodation are Seaways Class, Sirena Class and Commodore Class.

Seaways Class

Seaways Class offers the best value for money and is popular with passengers travelling on a tight budget, those with young children, or those that spend minimal time in their cabin.

The cabins can accommodate up to six people, and typically offer bunk beds with an en-suite shower and toilet. Air conditioning is standard, and the cabin comes with bedding and towels. There is also a small table and wardrobe.

These cabins are available either as an inside cabin with no window or a sea view outside cabin.

Sirena Class

Sirena Class cabins are a half-way house between budget and luxury and offers a few extras over the Seaways Class.

A television makes this grade of cabin popular with those that like to keep up to date with world news, as well as those with children.

The price includes a small mini-bar in the room, as is a complimentary breakfast.

Commodore Class

The most luxurious cabins are in the Commodore Class grade. These offer everything the previous two classes plus a little more.

Your cabin attendant greets you upon arrival. You get access to the Commodore De Luxe Lounge, available to Commodore Class passengers only. This tranquil space at the rear of the ship overlooks the open cargo deck. It is a comfortable place to enjoy a complimentary drink and snacks. Breakfast is served in the lounge if you prefer to eat there instead of in the main dining room.

Commodore Class Cabin #1016 Review

My Commodore class cabin, 1016, was comfortable, spacious, light and airy. The twin-bedded cabin was roomy enough with a lovely sea view. The bathroom was compact.

I loved the private Commodore De Luxe Lounge. It was a peaceful place to relax, and the complimentary drinks went down well.

Route closure: In 2014, DFDS ceased operating its Harwich - Esbjerg route, and its LEGOLAND mini cruise breaks. To travel to LEGOLAND Billund or Denmark by sea from the UK you now need to go via France or The Netherlands.

Read more in this series

  1. Getting to Harwich International Port
  2. DFDS Sirena Seaways Review
  3. Sirena Seaways Cabins (you are here)
  4. Food & Drink on Sirena Seaways
  5. Entertainment on Sirena Seaways
  6. Guide to Esbjerg, Denmark
  7. Esbjerg's Ghost Ship Hotel
  8. LEGOLAND Billund Guide For Children
  9. LEGOLAND Billund Guide For Adults
  10. LEGOLAND Mini Cruise Review on DFDS' Sirena Seaways
(Photo credit(s) to David Fiske)
Disclosure: DFDS kindly supplied a half board mini cruise to Esbjerg and LEGOLAND Billund. I paid for travel to and from the Port of Harwich, car parking, and incidentals onboard and overseas. The opinions in this article are my own.

Written by David Fiske

David first found his sea legs on a cruise around the Caribbean in 2009. Since then he's looked for any excuse to get back on the water which led him onto creating Mini Cruise Reviews as a way to showcase short min breaks that sail from the UK (on ferries or cruise ships).

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