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Wilba - Answered a Question by baxter (13 Jan 09 13:42)

If it were me 7335 would be my choice & only choice, perfect for the stairs/lift down to Royal Prom, Main Dining & straight up to Windjammer Self Service. Why trudge along corridors when the convenience of the lifts are close to your doors? ...Wilba.

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Waite - replied to Wilba (16 Jan 09 23:34)

Is it noisy having a cabin next to lifts.

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Wilba - replied to Waite (18 Jan 09 09:14)

Not at all. This question of noise is over hyped on cruise ships, but it is aimed mainly at the older vessels, Thomson, Ocean Village Island etc. The modern ships are not a problem & personally I only choose cabin as near as possible to lifts for the conveience.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by baxter (13 Jan 09 14:05)

I agree with Wilba 7335, there is a mark on 7347 not clear what this is for.

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Wilba - replied to BLYTH (13 Jan 09 14:14)

Hi Bill Just looked at two different deck plans for the Navigator, no marks showing on either of mine....Wilba.

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BLYTH - replied to Wilba (13 Jan 09 14:51)

Http://www.justclickcruise.com/deck_plans.php?itinerary_id=4556&ship_id=240# it was only after I did the response I spotted this website was vintage but the Royal Caribbean one doesn't have any mark against the cabin. Why I looked at this site remains a mystery !! Bill.

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baxter - Answered a Question by baxter (13 Jan 09 16:05)

Ooh thanks all of you-thats the one ive opted for-thanks again.xx.

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