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Old September 25th, 2009, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by monkeythyme
Originally Posted by Donna
I have to disagree Sky about the cabin size. The cabins on the Freedom and Voyager class are plenty big, the largest I've had cruising. Now, the older ships, very true, very small cabins.
I agree with both of you. 1. When you have done enough miles on a silver eagle touring bus, even the cabins in the Sovereign class are "plenty big". 2. On the other hand, I have had both a balcony and a promenade on Navigator of the seas, and neither was as large as the standard cabins on Holiday and Fantasy class ships [120, 160, and 180 respectively]. But it makes no difference to me, because if I am capable of that much movement, I won't be in the room.
After all, RCI's slogan [before "Why not?"] was "Get out there!".
Oops, I blew it. The 120 square foot room was on Sovereign of the Seas. Our balcony room on Navigator was 206, of which 42 was balcony, so I guess it was about the same size as the promenade cabin.
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