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Wilba - Answered a Question by wells (12 Sep 08 11:43)

We had 3 Promenade Cabins between 6 of us & all agreed they were very good, had more space, & good feel factor. Just be aware the glass windows are not one way & you can see straight across into the opposite cabin when the curtains are open. Great for watching the Grand Parades as we had seen it all before. Not as good as a Balcony but better than Inside or Ocean View would be my opinion.

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Guy - Answered a Question by wells (12 Sep 08 20:41)

We where on Navigator recently and thought the cabins overlooking the promenade were a good alternative to an ordinary inside as there was always something to look at however it is very easy to see into the lower cabins and you cant help looking! we noticed that a lot of the cabins kept their curtains closed which rather defeats the object. I am sure you will be able to compare cabin sizes on the web site for RCI and make a decision from that. Regards Carol Guy.

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wells - replied to Guy (13 Sep 08 09:44)

Thanks guy for info on prominade cabins.(much appriciated) Regards caroline.

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griffiths - Answered a Question by wells (14 Sep 08 22:52)

We had a promenade cabin which was great initilly until we were woken at 3.30am every morning with a clanging noise, we were told it was the heating up of the jacuzzies a couple of decks above, we were moved to a balcony cabin which was fantastic!!! However our friends had a inside cabin which was great if there was 2 of you but as there were 4 it was a very tight squeeze!!

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