Has anyone had the experience of having a cabin at the very front of the ship on a high deck? The Liberty is the ship in question and the deck is the Panorama. It is pretty high and I am concerned about the ship motion. Have never sail at front. Any info would be appreciated.
I heard on a travel show that if you're at the front of the ship you will hear the anchor go down and if you're in the back you will hear the engine. I'm not sure if that's true though. Especially if it's on a higher deck. I hope this helped you.
We were in #1102 on Glory (same class as Liberty). That's the first cabin, port side, spa deck (highest deck w/cabins). We LOVED it, but yes it really rocks and rolls up there. The view is spectacular but might not be for persons prone to sea-sickness if you hit rough waters.
Panorama deck is deck 10,,,way up there! As you go up, the decks don't extend as far forward, and therefor you actually aren't nearly as close to the bow. I'd bet this will be an outstanding cabin! On the other hand, we had a cabin on deck 2, way forward on the Glory, and it was very, very noisy! I think there was a machinery room below us, and also you could hear the waves hitting the bow when underway. You certainly won't have that problem up on deck 10! Personally, I'd jump on that cabin, as I'll bet it's great!