Cabins haha. I travelled on this route in '04 and was upgraded from a dormitory to a cabin as it was off season and only 30 travellers had booked. It's a tiny room with two lockers and two bunks each side. There's a curtain to pull across your bunk and your own light. You can't sit up, it's not high enough. The food is edible. You get a book of tickets so you can only get one helping per meal. The sea is rough (but nothing like as bad as the Drake Passage!) and the scenery spectacular. There's a Happy Sour at lunchtime each day when pisco sours are half price. I paid about $200US and loved every minute of it. I travelled north in May, boarding in snow and alighting in warm sunshine.