Bradley - Answered a Question by birch (13 Mar 08 17:52)

Looks ok to me. You haven't got dance floors or bars above or below which means noise shouldn't be an issue and it's a good location to minimise the effects of pitching in a rough sea. Also very handy for the stairs and lifts. I'm sure you will have a good time.

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Bonnette - Answered a Question by birch (13 Mar 08 19:40)

Hello....I have had a look at the deck and the cabin you have booked and as far as I can tell it's a good cabin with a balcony. It is fairly central with the lifts and the staircases within a short distance and far enough away from the lifts for there to be no disturbing noises from them. You should have a great time and good luck.....Heathe.

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Johnstone - Answered a Question by birch (13 Mar 08 20:19)

The places to try and avoid are those on the top decks especially near the bows as you feel the motion of the ship more if the sea is a mid rough so mid ship is best. You also want to avoid being either directly under or above bars, pool ares, outside cafes etc because it can be a bit noisy, especially under pool areas. You also want to watch out where lifeboats are situated if you are not in an inside cabin, as on certain decks thay can restrict your view. I've had a lokk at the location of your cabin on the Pribcess website deckplans and whilst you are not bang in the middle of the deck you are not that far from it and you only have other cabins below and above you. Cant see where the lifeboats are located but these tend to restrict views from outside cabins without a balcony rather than those with. Mair.

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