By wood, great yarmouth
on 03 Dec
On cruise in jan ,we are calling at agadir and wonder if it is...
4 Answers , 106 Views
By green, middlesbrough
on 04 Dec
Booked and paid deposite with yourselfs and need to cancel what...
2 Answers , 118 Views
Our cabin on B deck overlooked the one on C deck when we cruised on the Ventura in September.They are not completely overlooked - just the table and chairs. The balconies on B deck appear to be slightly larger than the ones above.
We were also on B Deck in September. Yes the balconies are overlooked. Just dont go too far out towards the balcony end in your undies and you will be OK. However you could always give the balconies above a treat! Sure Swift as we did saw some sights. Great Fun! Enjoy youselves.
We had a balcony on C deck on our recent transatlantic crossing on the Ventura. the balcony is approx at least 9ft x 9ft square, and the outside three or four feet is overlooked by the balcony above (which of course also means that it is more sunny!!!) ...we loved it !! If you don't want to be looked at just stay closer to the cabin window!! there was plenty of room just a shame they only had upright chairs and a small table...although I hear that from march 09 there will be reclining chairs!! there was enough room for sunloungers and I did hear someone suggest taking a cheap air bed to lie on!!!
Just what I needed to know! A larger balcony sounds a real bonus. Many thanks for replying.
My cousin and his wife went on the Ventura in September and his wife went out onto the balcony without realising she could be seen clearly-as she was naked and only realised what was happening after a few minutes one can imagine how embarrassed she was-these cabins should carry a health warning!!
Hello, In answer to your question my husband and I were on the Ventura in September. We were on R deck which overlooked the larger balonies of the lower decks. I can advise you that you are overlooked but with everyone looking out to see I dont think it will be a problem. It is a fantastic ship and I envy you your trip. Helen