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carberry - Answered a Question by Dixon (04 Aug 08 19:42)

Hi we too have just returned from a cruise on the sea princess we were on aloha deck but cabin a442 mid ship we were just under the riveria deck and we found it noisey whith kids running on deck and at night/early hours of the morning usually 4am we were awakened a few times by staff cleaning the deck with a broom and moving deck chairs around we booked this cabin because of it's position less movement etc but it wouldn't matter where your cabin was located as movement was felt through out the entire ship but it didn't cause anyone we meet any problems. i would imagine when we book to go on sea princess again we will book mid ship on baja deck having a stateroom above you might make it a little less noisey.

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bradley - Answered a Question by Dixon (02 Aug 08 19:46)

Hi dixon we have just returned from our cruise on the sea princess,and although we were on baja deck one below yours,we found was it was very quiet all over the ship,as most of the entertainment was neither too loud nor too late into the night,and if you are refering to engine noise we heard nothing at all.The all night buffet is at the bow and your stateroom is at the stern so no worries there.All in all like us you will probably notice how quiet the ship is,anyway have a great cruise,the sea princess is brilliant and we will definatley be going again sometime.

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