taylor - Answered a Question by Southern (19 Nov 08 09:28)

As daughter of sea captain always advised cabin forward of engines to avoid vibration noises also higher deck cabins quieter.

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a - Answered a Question by Southern (19 Nov 08 10:32)

And I would always go for an Aft Balcony for the bigger balconies and the uninterrupted views.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Southern (19 Nov 08 16:13)

If A of N's suggested cabins are full then mid-ships as high up as you can afford then you have less distance to walk to everything. .....Neil.

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malton - Answered a Question by Southern (02 Jan 09 22:26)

Having cruised on the navigator, which is in the same family as voyager, we can recomend the promenade rooms, especially 8525, great view of paraes but very soundproofed too.

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