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Old August 17th, 2012, 10:46 AM
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It's been my experience, over the years that forward cabins are the least deisireable, for various reasons, and, although the one time we sailed in one, as I mentioned, we had no issues with it, but, travel agents usually don't suggest them first, unless that's all that's left in inventory.

Booking far ahead, usually gives you the luxury of getting a cabin where you would happy, booking &setttling for another location as the cruise gets closer, or, if perhaps it's a very popular cruise, that books fast.

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