These photos were taken on the Statendam; the Maasdam has just a few differences, especially a number of Lanaii cabins. I am including most of the cabins from the front to the first set of doors, and from the midship doors to the stern. I took 3 views from the Lower Promenade deck immediately in front of the cabin window, one looking somewhat forward, one directly out, and one somewhat aft My camera angle is not as scientific and consistent as it might be, but should still give a reasonable idea of what to expect. I have included some cabins that are not limited view, in part because they are often not terribly different from some of the better limited view cabins, and in part to give an idea of what the view should be. The codes in the caption after the cabin number are mostly the category:
HH: Category HH–Described as fully obstructed views
H: Category H–Described as partial sea views.
E: Catagory E cabins not listed as limited view.
EE: Category EE cabins not listed as limited view.
D: Catagory D cabins not listed as limited view.
CA: Lanaii cabin with door to 2 reserved deck loungers.
The forwardmost cabins. Cabins 318 and 319 are category EE
Cabins between the midship and aft stairs. I am showing all but only the middle 3 are classified as obstructed. Several of the cabins are Lanaii (Cat CA), and former cabins 365 and 367 have been combined into a single accessible Lanaii cabin.
Cabins behind the aft stairs. All of the cabins are Category HH, H, or EE.
The Maasdam does not have traditional Aft Cabins. The lower deck, however, does have 4 cabins with windows looking past the walking space to the ship’s aft. While these are not listed as limited view cabins I thought there might be some interest in the view from these cabins.