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Leanna January 14th, 2008 02:32 PM

Cabin selection on Carnival Triumph
 
Hi

Hoping someone can put my mind at ease.
My husband and I are booked on the Carnival Triumph in Jan. and are assigned cabin 7422 on deck 7, 9a. which is at the very back corner of the ship. I am EXTREMELY sensitive to motion and was upset to learn we were not assigned a cabin mid-ship.

Can anyone assure me that this will not be as bad a circumstance as I dread? Or should I perhaps be calling Carnival and begging for a different room?

I would appreciate any reply on this topic or on how to best deal with my motion sickness.

Thanks

beenie weenie January 14th, 2008 08:29 PM

If you are truly concerned about motion then the more midship and lower the better. I would also choose a room at the time of booking to avoid these unpleasant surprises. The bonus is that these cabins are generally less expensive.

misguidedangel January 15th, 2008 08:53 PM

You will feel the bobbing motion. I suggest calling your travel agent to see if they can get you a little more midship. Deck 7 is the deck with suites on it, so see if they can get you a midship on deck 6 or 8. Heck see if they will bump you up to a suite!

Some say that the lower the deck the less motion you feel. I had a low deck cabin on my first cruise and a cabin two or three decks up would have been better. I've had a Deck 8 and 10 and I really felt no motion, now I did feel the motion (which puts me to sleep) on Deck 3 in the main show lounge!!!!

CM Rob February 5th, 2008 03:33 PM

motion sickness
 
I personally find the higher decks to be more stable than the lower ones. I do prefer mid section, but its more for convenience than motion sickness

Kuki February 5th, 2008 03:37 PM

The CAT 9 As are excellent cabins. Large and a larger balcony.

Normally I'd say you got lucky getting one. But if you are "extremely motion sensitive" you could have a problem.

Also better make certain you aren't placed in the aft dining room.

paddletoe53 February 6th, 2008 01:59 PM

when we cruise twice on the triumph we always had a cabin mid ship on the riviera deck we never felt the hip move


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