Off topic, but as far as slanting balconies, I do not mind the balcony being extended. It is much roomier. We discovered that after being on the Caribe deck on Grand Princess versus the AlohA DECK on Caribbean Princess 7 years ago. On the aloha deck it is fully covered but only half as wide.
If it bothers you, stay under the covered part and then no one sees you. I did, as I am sensitive to the sun. However, it was nice in the evening that we could have our feet put up on a footstool and stretched out. That is not possible on the Aloha deck on Grand class regular balconies.
BTW, sky suite balconies on Celebrity's Solstice class is the same way except for the top balcony. I guess you would not like them either and they are double in cost to a regular balcony.
Equal opportunity cruiser since 1998-4 Carnival, 4 RCI, 3 HAL, 3 Princess, 5 Celebrity, 3 NCL, 1 Disney
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ONE HUNDRED DAYS ON A CRUISE SHIP!!!!!!!!!!
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