Madden - Answered a Question by baker (19 Sep 07 18:05)

They are private unless you have a balcony at the end of the ship. At the end of the ship there is no end screen. Its irresistible for travellers to look over and on your balcony.

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turnbull - Answered a Question by baker (16 Aug 07 13:17)

Ihave just come back off the island star and had a balcony cabin. Each balcony is separated with a thick opaque plastic shield.The only way you can see next rooms balcony is to lean over your own balcony and stick your head around the side shield. Totally private.

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Hasting - Answered a Question by baker (16 Aug 07 16:03)

It depends entirely on the ship and the cabin. Buy the Berlitz Book of Cruising which lists every cruise ship in great detail including which balconies overlook others and which are really private.

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brown - Answered a Question by baker (21 Aug 07 14:12)

Totally private on the cruise lines we have been on (Princess and P&O).

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