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Spencer - Answered a Question by Oliver (06 Feb 09 12:21)

Always take muffles wax ear plugs from Boots and if you do happen to get a noisey cabin or neighbours, the problem is hopefully solved.

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Oliver - replied to Spencer (06 Feb 09 12:32)

Good idea, but I'd rather nip the problem in the bud and try to avoid noisey cabins. Most (all?) older ships have some!

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morris - Answered a Question by Oliver (06 Feb 09 14:17)

We've had deck 6 forward of midships and no noise at all (apart from next door snoring!!!) there was vibration at the rear of the ship so if you think this will be a problem I would think that just going forward of midships would be OK. We love Celebration (have been on twice) and would return at the drop of a hat!!

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Hulstrom - Answered a Question by Oliver (06 Feb 09 14:22)

The cabins that tend to be more noisy are those that are towards the rear of the ship. I sailed on the Celebration in 2007 and was on deck 7 - disabled cabin - and on the Spirit last year on deck 2 - midships, outside cabin - and both times I didn't hear any engine noise at all, just felt a bit of vibration from time to time but after a couple of days, you hardly notice this at all.

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