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Old April 14th, 2006, 01:29 AM
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Originally Posted by FBlack
The Mercury does have a vibration problem at the rear of the ship. I was on the Mercury two years ago and had a dining table at the center, rear of the dining room right in front of the rear windows. (next to the captains table). For dinner we always felt strong vibration as we ate. Our waiter said it is always like that. I will be on Mercury next week again and will check it out again.
Yeah, the manhattan is decks 5+6. below that is the windlass space where the have the lines and such stored, and its basicaly a big open metal area where the vibrations are carried well. there are rubber insulators above deck 6+ that help, but on the lower dcks it's fairly loud.
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