I was wondering if when you have a balcony on an Alaskan cruise...is the balcony set up in a way in which we can leisurley sit and enjoy the view? or do we have to stand in order to see anything???? I have a bad knee, bad hip too...so standing all the time is not fun.
My first cruise I will have a "double room with balcony" -- i see balcony is just large enough to have a "small" table on it...but is the balcony comfortable for 2 people to manuver on?? We are not small size people, so i was wondering.
thanks for your help, guys...what a great web site this is!
first cruise june 06
Alaska northbound, Princess Island
"Voyage of the Glaciers"...
5 days in Denali (3 of those deep in the park at Kantishna Roadhouse)
GoldStar dome train back to Anchorage
See if you can get a photo of the island and see what kind of balconies they have. But I would say, definately yes you will have to stand to see anything significant and looking though plexiglass won't be ideal anyway. Why not plan on using a lounge etc with full view enclosed, clean glass etc??