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mcguire - Answered a Question by Clarke (25 Jun 08 18:13)

Hi ive done island cruises since 2003 every year .you will love your cruise i have done coral deck no cabin 5039 outside deck next to lifts and guest realations no noise what so every as you say you will get cabin no on arrival at airport once you pick your cases up you go to island reps and will be given envolope inside will be tags to put on your cases and cabin no will be there as well.and credit card form to fill in if your paying bye card and they give you health form to fill in to see if you have had any sickness vomit bug .you could phone up ideal cruising to see if you can book a cabin of your chouce they usally take 30.00 for this better if you can get cabin in middle of ship im bad flyer was abit wary of ship as well but you can allways get wrist bands to wear from local chemist before you sail or half couple of halfes you will be ok hope ive been of some help.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by Clarke (25 Jun 08 18:29)

Hi i done reply allready dont know if it came in yet ive done island cruises since 2003 .we done star we had cabin outside coral no 5039 next to lifts and guest realations .were no noise great cabin .you can allways phone to see if you can pick your cabin we do this but thomas cook take 30.00 now used to be 25.00 you arrive at airport pick up luggage and meet island reps and they give you details in envolpe to see if you pay bye credit card fill form in get tags for luggage and thats how you find out what cabin your in then bus takes you to port then you get phots taken and get passport checked and hand any forms in you have filled in if you feel quizy about sailing bye some wrist bands in case you feel sick im bad flyer and was a bit nervios about sailing not to bad now you will get cruise bug wanting to go again and again hope ive been of some help enjoy your cruise.

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Bryant - Answered a Question by Clarke (25 Jun 08 18:31)

We were on this ship last summer......very casual, a great captain and crew, lovely ship and we had a wonderful time! We too had our cabins allocated on arrival....I'm glad we did as it added to the excitement of where we'd be! We could have paid extra to book specific cabins but felt it was a waste of money! Coral deck is an excellent deck as apart from Guest Relations and Shore Excursions desks it only has cabins on it. It's also very quiet with the deck above and below cabins only. Have a wonderful time!

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burkitt - Answered a Question by Clarke (26 Jun 08 09:52)

Hi - please dont be nervous - you will totally chill out on this cruise. We stayed on Coral Deck - it was blissfully quiet , near lifts and guest relations. Couldnt fault it - best being miships we were told. They will look after you on this cruise - I would be surprised if you didnt feel the stresses float away once on board - enjoy!

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Balderson - Answered a Question by Clarke (28 Jun 08 15:24)

You will enjoy, as long as you go along with an open mind. Very relaxing, dont try and do too much. I travelled with this ship last year following a nervous breakdown, and it did me the world of good. This cruise line is extreamely friendly, you will find most of the passengers have travelled with them before, and we were appointed an outside cabin on a deck higher than we expected when we arrived which was a nice suprise. We were right near to stairway up to restaurant which was handy. But didnt notice any noise anyway. Only heard of one complaint from a couple who had a room with a lot of shaking, could not tell you which room it was but they asked to be moved and were unable to as the ship was full. But they still enjoyed. We have just returned from Ocean Village 2 nightmare cabin above speakers in thetre, room 9112. But having said this, we went to the shows every night to enjoy them and were not aware of a problem until the last night when we decided to have an early night. We just enjoyed the music, and the shaking bed was quite an experience to behold.. Just go to enjoy.

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