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Old November 2nd, 2011, 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by tanmom View Post
I'm very claustrophobic and was wondering if anyone else ever felt claustrophobic on a cruiseliner before? Is that even possible?

I'm just not sure if mentally I'm prepared to be somewhere where I know I can't get off and be on shore, but on the other hand cruise liners are pretty huge, so I'm confused.
It really depends on just how claustrophobic you are. In the main parts of the ship you probably won't feel it. Where you may feel it is if you book an inside cabin (I feel claustrophobic in one) or in the hallways for the cabins.

The ships are large and the spaces are fairly large. If you aren't claustrophobic in a hotel I don't think you will have a problem. Just don't book an inside cabin.

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