Originally Posted by You
I tended to think that time of year it was less important too but, from what was said by an other poster who has been on the Amazara Journey, it sounds like the inside and ocean view (no balcony) rooms are quite small so that the balcony gives space that is important even if being out there often is not likely.
I stayed in a standard (non-balcony) cabin aboard sister MV Tahitian Princess
(another ship built as part of the R1
class for now defunct Renaissance cruises) and thought that it had plenty of space for two people during my cruise to "French Polynesia and Samoa" in 2003.
But, of course, YMMV....