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Goodwin - Answered a Question by DAVIES (30 Oct 08 17:38)

Haven't seen the cabin but looking at the deck plans your outward and upward views will not be affected. Looking down onto the promenade deck might be limited looking right. Can't say it would bother me - it does spoil the line of the ship though.

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DAVIES - replied to Goodwin (30 Oct 08 20:26)

Hi Goodwin, Thanks for your comments, i,m just upset with PO because they didnt inform me of the change to the nextdoor cabin, because when i booked the balcony cabin wasnt there.

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Fozzy - replied to DAVIES (19 Nov 08 14:02)

Just returned from Artemis in one of those Cabins and found my view very restricted by the Balcony cabin wall.We booked twelve months ago and was not told of the changes.Very Upset.

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DAVIES - replied to Fozzy (20 Nov 08 20:29)

Thanks for your comments, where you on B deck, and did you report it to P/O , as they keep saying it will not restrict our view.Anyway did you enjoy your cruise on Artemis, we are looking foreward to ours in Feb. Thanks again.

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