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I am about to book a cruise on the Miracle. Most rooms do have balconys
Are they worth the extra cost? Do you really use them.
This is a difficult question to answer. For myself, I say no. But others I know wouldn't consider taking a cruise if they couldn't have a stateroom with a balcony. It all depends on your cruising lifestyle, so to speak.

I spend very little time in my cabin. In fact, the one time I had a balcony (because I roomed with a friend who insisted on one and was willing to pay for it), I rarely used it. Most balconies are not that big ... they are more like porches than balconies ... room for a small table and two chairs ... or one lounger and one chair ... on them. That's it. Unless you get a full-blown suite at a very high price, your balcony is not gonna be that big ... certainly not large enough to walk around on.

But some people like to while away their afternoon reading and snacking on their balcony. So, for them the extra cost is worth it. But for me, I find that the balcony is really only usable when in port, and then you have to hope that the ship is docked in a configuration that lets you look out to sea while you enjoy your balcony. Otherwise, you're gonna be sitting there looking at a container port all day. Depending on how fast the ship is moving, that balcony is going to be almost unusuable while the ship is at sea. It will be windy out there and not a very enjoyable place to be.

So, for me, no ... a balcony would not be worth it on most itineraries since when we are docked, I am usually out in port anyway. When we are at sea, there is too much time that I would consider the balcony useless.

But for someone who perhaps didn't get off the ship in ports ... maybe someone older who has already been to all the ports and maybe has some mobility issues later in life ... a balcony can be a wonderful place from which to see the world, and something they will get a lot of use out of.

So, it all depends on your cruising lifestyle. If you are out and about a lot around the ship during the day, and if you tend to want to get off the ship and explore every port, then I would have to say no ... a balcony would probably not be a very good investment for you. Far better, to save that money on cabin accommodations and use it to take some really nice tours while in port. At least that's what I do.

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I'm willing to spend an entire cruise on the balcony.

Please send food and a port-a-potty, maybe a blanket, I'll be fine.
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If I couldn't have a balcony I wouldn't go! I like what I like And it needs to be in a cat 12 on the older ships, I want to see nothing but water when I look straight down.
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Hi Everybody!

I have had an inside cabin, needed the bathroom light all night it was so dark. Inside cabin with upper bunk, I had the upper bunk, twice! Outside window, that was nice especially in port, and now we are looking at balconies.

Its my DH's first cruise and our 1st anniversary. He is such an ocean boy that his first thoughts are watching the ocean and sitting outside. He wakes up much earlier than I do and he can sit out there while he waits for me to wake up.

Now we need to choose the line and we'll be set.

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yesbalconys are worth the extra cost Trying to get a p;ace to set on deck is such a HASSLE' i LIKE TO SEE WHAT IS GOING ON and a balcony is perfect. the time we didn't get a balcony I was stressed the whole trip about getting a seat on deck. the casino was the only place you could get a seat and there was no view except of my money vanishing
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well, it is depend on yourself. i love balcony because of i can see privately the sky and sea without anyone disturbing or together with others. it make me so privately.
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Absolutely, yes they are. Just got off a Panama Canal cruise...while much of the ship was scrambling to find a spot on AFT or Lido, we watched it all go by from our veranda, it was sooooo worth it for us.
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I will not sail without a balcony.

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I am about to book a cruise on the Miracle. Most rooms do have balconys
Are they worth the extra cost? Do you really use them.
We just returned from a Mexican Riviera cruise on Princess. We booked a balcony and were upgraded to a Mini-Suite. We used the balcony a lot! Sitting and reading with the water going by was very relaxing. It was fun to have our own "ringside seat" at the ports, not trying to find space up on deck. We never had to worry about the deck chairs being full during 2 days at sea because we had our own.

I would definitely get one again, we had a wonderful time.

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This is a difficult question to answer. For myself, I say no. But others I know wouldn't consider taking a cruise if they couldn't have a stateroom with a balcony. It all depends on your cruising lifestyle, so to speak.

I spend very little time in my cabin. In fact, the one time I had a balcony (because I roomed with a friend who insisted on one and was willing to pay for it), I rarely used it. Most balconies are not that big ... they are more like porches than balconies ... room for a small table and two chairs ... or one lounger and one chair ... on them. That's it. Unless you get a full-blown suite at a very high price, your balcony is not gonna be that big ... certainly not large enough to walk around on.

But some people like to while away their afternoon reading and snacking on their balcony. So, for them the extra cost is worth it. But for me, I find that the balcony is really only usable when in port, and then you have to hope that the ship is docked in a configuration that lets you look out to sea while you enjoy your balcony. Otherwise, you're gonna be sitting there looking at a container port all day. Depending on how fast the ship is moving, that balcony is going to be almost unusuable while the ship is at sea. It will be windy out there and not a very enjoyable place to be.

So, for me, no ... a balcony would not be worth it on most itineraries since when we are docked, I am usually out in port anyway. When we are at sea, there is too much time that I would consider the balcony useless.

But for someone who perhaps didn't get off the ship in ports ... maybe someone older who has already been to all the ports and maybe has some mobility issues later in life ... a balcony can be a wonderful place from which to see the world, and something they will get a lot of use out of.

So, it all depends on your cruising lifestyle. If you are out and about a lot around the ship during the day, and if you tend to want to get off the ship and explore every port, then I would have to say no ... a balcony would probably not be a very good investment for you. Far better, to save that money on cabin accommodations and use it to take some really nice tours while in port. At least that's what I do.

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Thats why ships have more choices of cabins..If you dont want one..Dont (rent) or buy one for the cruise..Get a inside cabin or ocean view..I like balconys..I take a major vacation onec e a yr and save my money to enjoy it on a balcony cabin as close to lido deck as possible..In 4 days I will have a extended balcony on the 8th deck of Carnival Miracle, looking forward to it..You sayed "very windy"?..What do you think it is on deck?..Allot more wind on open deck then a private balcony..On some ships a balcony cabin is only about 100 dollars per person more..If you book several months in advance you wont even notice the differance in cost. Also the balcony is nice to store a few things such as wet clothes and towels and keeps cabin clutter down as well.
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balcony are really nice they cost more money i mostly in the last few cruise's just done a balcony...But just getting away will be nice you have you remember how much time do you plan on spending in your room and the extra cost. Its a personal thing just do what your budget can handle.
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I have done balconies, ocean views, and inside cabins. I love the balconies for drinking morning coffee and for taking afternoon naps. Your first cruise to a particular area such as Alaska, Hawaii, Nexican Riviera, Panama Canal, etc., you should really try to spring for a balcony room if at all possible. If you are on a tight budget, then save your money and use the public deck areas. Whatever you do, get out and enjoy as many nice cruises as you can!!!
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Have only had balcony suite, not sure if I would want to go without one. You use it more then you think. It's a great place to go to get away for awhile and recharge.
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Just back Sunday past from a fab cruise on the Legend and I definitely would go for a balcony - great place to sit at 4am when you can't sleep due to indigestion from too much food and drink!! Seriously great to sit at night and watch the stars, sit and have breakfast when docking, just sit and chill when you want. Oh I want to be on that ship again!!!
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To me it depends on the itinerary. We had an aft balcony on a Panama Canal cruise and it was fantastic. Our dinner table friends all came to our cabin to transit the locks. It was perfect.

We just booked a seven day Mexican cruise and the ONLY reason I booked a balcony was the price. The 55+ price was $519 + port and taxes. Really a good deal.
Itinerary and price are important to me.
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For us iy depends on where we are cruising . In Alaska we found that an inside cabin is warmer (also cheaper) . When we cruise in a warm climate we prefer a balcony just for the sun & wind.
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I just got my first balcony this past fall... while it was nice, can't say it was worth it.

I was actually thinking, if I didn't have a balcony room, then I'd be out on whatever deck it is that you can walk around the ship. I think I spent more time here (deck7 on NCL Dawn), than I did on my own balcony.

While I did use the balcony occasionally, I was thinking, if I didn't have this balcony I can just as easily go to deck 7.

So it was no big deal for me.
If the prices we close to an inside or a window, I would get one, but usually they are about $300 or more per person... so that's a tough pill to swallow, but we were celebrating a special occasion so we treated ourselves.

If money is no object, go for it.

Although it was neat sleeping with the sliding door slightly cracked, hearing the waves as you fell asleep, and waking up to a beautiful sight of the ocean passing by while laying in bed. Plus you knew exactly what the weather was like!

But for me, I am already searching for an inside cabin for my next cruise; more practical; and as they always say, you are hardly ever in your room.

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First cruise-inside and hated that
Second cruise -porthole ,so so
Third cruise balcony -we did not go outside at all
Next cruise will be a window
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For me, occasional cruise is a necessity. A balcony is a luxury. If I had money to burn, I would book balcony all the time. But, I don't, and as long as I get on the ship in a cabin somewhere, I will have a great time.
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Are balconies worth the extra cost?
You bet! Absolutely! They are worth every penny. We will never cruise again without one. This is especially true in the tropics.
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I think balconies are worth it-but if I could not afford the cruise otherwise, I would settle for even an inside. For ex. We would like to do a med cruise- but those cruises are so expensive, I am afraid, if we book one, we will settle for an inside.
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The older HAL ships have big rooms-the newer ships, their rooms are smaller and closer to the same size as NCL. Our mini suite on the Pearl was slightly larger than our deluxe balcony on HAL Westerdam. But, our ocean view on the HAL Statendam was huge, as big as our balcony room on Disney Wonder.

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i personally love a balcony and enjoy spending the morning and late evening's sitting on the balcony enjoying some wondering time at sea.. Also been known to leave the door open and listen to the wave's......
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Kryos I use to tell myself the same thing

"I never spend that much time in my cabin who needs a balcony?"

Well when we got our first balcony we were hooked!

never ever sailed without a balcony since...with the exception of

a VERY last minute 5 day cruise(ocean view cabin) my wife booked to
sail with her college sorority sisters.........Enjoyed the cruise,but

missed my balcony!

Nothing like breakfast at sunrise,and sunset sitting out there hearing the ocean

and watching the flying fish....nice!
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Kryos I use to tell myself the same thing

"I never spend that much time in my cabin who needs a balcony?"

Well when we got our first balcony we were hooked!

never ever sailed without a balcony since...with the exception of

a VERY last minute 5 day cruise(ocean view cabin) my wife booked to
sail with her college sorority sisters.........Enjoyed the cruise,but

missed my balcony!

Nothing like breakfast at sunrise,and sunset sitting out there hearing the ocean

and watching the flying fish....nice!
Will, I guess this is an old thread, because Kyros passed away last summer.
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Interesting cruise guide and also the cruise is awesome, Please provide some list of your tour and cruise guide so that i can plan for some tour.

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Before having a Balcony My excuse was that I was never in my stateroom, why waste the money. One cruise I was offera great price on a Balcony. It was a SS suite on the Westerdam . The minute we step on the Balcony, We agree never to cruise without a Balcony
again. We had breakfast almost every morning outside. To look at the stars at night and to enjoy the sun coming up in the morning.
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earl,

I expect we may be about to have the same experience you had with your first balcony. For my first cruise, without DH, I had an oceanview which was fine. Next week, he is coming along so we would splurged on the suite.

I have a feeling it's going to be like Coke from a can versus Coca-Cola from a glass bottle.

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earl,

I expect we may be about to have the same experience you had with your first balcony. For my first cruise, without DH, I had an oceanview which was fine. Next week, he is coming along so we would splurged on the suite.

I have a feeling it's going to be like Coke from a can versus Coca-Cola from a glass bottle.

Uh-Oh!
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