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Wilba - Answered a Question by Cassidy (03 Feb 09 23:43)

Your missing a lot! Go to the website of RCI or indeed any cruise line you care to mention, click on deck plans & every cabin on every ship is there for you to view. Follow Alexander's advice for deck plans of the Splendour......Wilba.

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ALEXANDER - Answered a Question by Cassidy (03 Feb 09 20:52)

Assume you've tried the Royal Caribbean website and clicked on the various decks http://www.royalcarib.com/rcldeck/rclsplendourdeckplans.html.

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davies - Answered a Question by Cassidy (03 Feb 09 21:26)

Go to the Thomsons website and take a look at the ships deck plan. Celebration is a lovely friendly ship hope you find something that you like. I'm hooked on cruising, going on the Celebrations Red Sea Magic for Christmas, can't wait.

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Wilba - replied to davies (03 Feb 09 23:17)

What on earth has this got to do with the question?

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Cassidy (04 Feb 09 11:29)

Alternatively ..... pop into Romford, go to a travel agent, pick up a current RCI brochure and look at that. It's not a total answer because there are slight differences with the ships in Vision Class but the general layout stays the same. Then talk to an agent that deals with cruises as their main interest, don't consider ones that treat cruising as a holiday alongside many other types. The also rans don't have as many offers going either (50% off in the cruising industry means very little as they always boost the initial price). .... Neil.

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