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Old August 14th, 2007, 01:09 PM
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I just read a review that blew my mind. The poster spent almost all their time in the cabin!

From being on the boards for a bit before my first cruise and ever since, I found the advise about "you're never in your cabin except to sleep or hang out on your balcony" to be my experience and good advise.

So, now that I've read a cruise experience TOTALLY different from any I've ever known, or anyone I've ever cruised with (10 different people), I wonder - how much are YOU in your cabin?

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Hi Dorothy I'm in my cabin to sleep and change my clothes... On one cruise I spent time on the balcony but didn't sit out there long. I bolted up to the Lido deck and all over the ship whenever possible. I like being around people.. lots of people so.......
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I just read a review that blew my mind. The poster spent almost all their time in the cabin!

From being on the boards for a bit before my first cruise and ever since, I found the advise about "you're never in your cabin except to sleep or hang out on your balcony" to be my experience and good advise.

So, now that I've read a cruise experience TOTALLY different from any I've ever known, or anyone I've ever cruised with (10 different people), I wonder - how much are YOU in your cabin?

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Dorthy just to satisfy my curiosity and to save hours of sifting through reviews could you link us to the review?

To answer your question, if hanging out on the balcony does not count, I would say to sleep at night, change for dinner and perhaps an occasional nap.
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we all spend very little time in the cabin. We used to prefere ( NCL DAWN and NCL SPIRIT) to go sit on deck seven, a quiet beautiful deck, to read, watch the sun come up and down, and be with people as well, but not so noisey like Lido deck. We prefere this over sitting on balcony........just seems to open and vast, and you can be with our with out people. We use the cabin to change clothes, take showers and sleep.....thats really about all

BUT I do know a relative who cruises about three to five times a year, and his GF sits in the cabin most of the time.........but he goes off and does what he wants.............she is not really the type that is interested in anything..........except to gample.
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sleep, shower, change and maybe a nap; that's IT! and I don't even sleep a full 8 hours, too much to do - even if "doing" something means sitting out at the pool deck or walking/exploring the ship. (so I would say on a daily average 8-9 hours MAX). heck, if I wake up say at 2:00 or 3:00 am, sometimes I will go up to the deck or see if the casino is still open and often times it is....
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Cabin?? They give me a cabin??? I have been sleeping on deck for nothing??
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Cabin?? They give me a cabin??? I have been sleeping on deck for nothing??
You really go great lengths to save a deck chair next to the pool..
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Short nap in the afternoon before dinner. Back in the cabin about midnight, or shortly after. Up at 7 or 8, and out among 'em. That's about it. I too love getting out and chatting with all the other people lucky enough to be on a cruise with me. 8)

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Shower, sleep, change clothes, hang out on the balcony and poof gone again.
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hey venice you have a point there. however that would be my sleeping time. i can always sleep when i get back from the cruise. when theres a will theres a way or place or time or whatever....
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Ya right Venice like that will happen in the cabin with teenagers along for the ride............now you know why we like deck 7 so much on NCL!
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who said anything about sleeping

on a charter smooth jazz cruise, I would never spend money for a balcony or oceanview, because it would be a waste...I never get back in my cabin before 4 am (after the late night all star jam sessions and then grabbing some pizza on deck) and since I am an early riser (0645 am ) to do my morning exercises, I wind up sleeping on deck until noon, so the time in the cabin does not amount to anything other then shower and changing clothes and being attentive

on a "normaL" cruise with more sea days then ports, I would make the investment for a balcony and plan for more "romantic" activities that caterer to my 8) travel companion's wishes and desires 8)
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I basically spend time sleeping, showering and changing, but occasionally will nap and watch a movie if its something I haven't seen. All depends on what the plans are for the day and what we're doing or not doing. I have spent time in the sun on my balcony, although I'd rather be by the pool. I do think you spend more time in your cabin when you have a balcony.
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ah Donna. .there you go being practical and spoiling all of our fun by providing excellent information that answers her questions

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There are times we have spent almost an entire day in the cabin and then there are times we have spent just a few hours in the cabin and that includes sleeping.

It really depends on the itinerary, number of ports, weather, ship, how you are feeling, type of cabin and what you are in the mood for.

That is what I like about cruising; it's all up to you. It's one of the reasons I like to have a balcony cabin with a bit of room. It's your home away from home and your main base of operation and planning your day.

My personal belief, after speaking with people, especially couples, is that they spend more time in their cabin then they think they do.

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I agree with Mike that people spend more time in their cabins than they think they do. I actually enjoy my cabin time. I read, take a nap, and sit on the balcony. The cabin is a refuge.

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I believe I counted 13 different posters so far and only one slightly mentioned 'romance' let alone S**. Geez, people. Why would anyone want a balcony otherwise ? Is everyone too shy or are you all missing out....?
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I believe I counted 13 different posters so far and only one slightly mentioned 'romance' let alone S**. Geez, people. Why would anyone want a balcony otherwise ? Is everyone too shy or are you all missing out....?
the question was how much time was spent "in the cabin" - maybe the posters are romancing elsewhere ..... could explain the "overboards"....
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Some people mentioned balconies; others didn't. I have a theory that those who say they "never spend any time in the room except to sleep and get dressed" TEND to be (notice that I didn't say "exclusively") those who book inside cabins. I don't book inside cabins, but I know that if I did I certainly wouldn't be spending much time in them. So the cry of "I don't spend any time in my (inside) cabin" is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Of course you don't. It's an inside cabin. But once you have a balcony I think things start to change, since you have a living space that is far more amenable to reading a book, having a drink, or just enjoying the sunshine and fresh air.
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I spend a good bit of time in the cabin, but I still get out and enjoy the ship.

After teaching all year, and having to listen to screaming kids, and angry parents, and frustrated co-workers, my cabin comes in handy.

It is my time to unwind, relax, collect my thoughts, and do what I want to do.

As I said, I do enjoy the ship, love meeting people, seeing the shows, and Lord knows, I love to eat, but I like what watching the ocean going by does for me.

I know what review you are talking about, and there is more to it, than what you read. She did what she did for a very special reason. I am so glad she was able to go and take her family member.
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As someone who never, even on Caribbean itineraries, lays around the pool, I do spend time in the cabin. Besides sleeping and balcony time, I also will watch movies or work on my computer. Of course, other days I am out of the cabin by 7am and don't return until 5pm to get ready for dinner.

I agree with Mike that responses are basically tied to cabin type. We always have large cabins with balconies specifically because we like to enjoy the cabin and balcony. If we we were forced into an inside cabin, I am sure we would find other places to spend our time.
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I love to spend time in my cabin. Usually at one port my husband will go on a golf tour and I'll spend the day in my cabin. Watching movies, reading, painting my nails, ordering room service. just being alone where I don't feel like "I really should be accomplishing someting. We love the dining room, shows and dancing in the evening, but during the day I love being in my cabin.

PS If all of those people are not spending any time in their cabins, why all the room service???
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Some people mentioned balconies; others didn't. I have a theory that those who say they "never spend any time in the room except to sleep and get dressed" TEND to be (notice that I didn't say "exclusively") those who book inside cabins. I don't book inside cabins, but I know that if I did I certainly wouldn't be spending much time in them. So the cry of "I don't spend any time in my (inside) cabin" is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Of course you don't. It's an inside cabin. But once you have a balcony I think things start to change, since you have a living space that is far more amenable to reading a book, having a drink, or just enjoying the sunshine and fresh air.
AR: I completely agree. My one time in an inside cabin I was lucky enough to be on a fantastic, port intensive, itinerary. I was rarely in the cabin and wanted out.

For me: If all I could book were inside cabins, on cruises with multiple sea days, I would not cruise.

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Some people mentioned balconies; others didn't. I have a theory that those who say they "never spend any time in the room except to sleep and get dressed" TEND to be (notice that I didn't say "exclusively") those who book inside cabins. I don't book inside cabins, but I know that if I did I certainly wouldn't be spending much time in them. So the cry of "I don't spend any time in my (inside) cabin" is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Of course you don't. It's an inside cabin. But once you have a balcony I think things start to change, since you have a living space that is far more amenable to reading a book, having a drink, or just enjoying the sunshine and fresh air.
I have only booked an inside cabin once; I have had balcony and ocean view; however, I have only sailed short cruises 6 days or less and because of that, I don't spend much time in my room - - the cruise is too short - I would imagine on a longer sailing, where one can pace out activities, I would spend more inside my cabin - even if it was an inside, balcony or ocean view.
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Some people mentioned balconies; others didn't. I have a theory that those who say they "never spend any time in the room except to sleep and get dressed" TEND to be (notice that I didn't say "exclusively") those who book inside cabins. I don't book inside cabins, but I know that if I did I certainly wouldn't be spending much time in them. So the cry of "I don't spend any time in my (inside) cabin" is a self-fulfilling prophecy. Of course you don't. It's an inside cabin. But once you have a balcony I think things start to change, since you have a living space that is far more amenable to reading a book, having a drink, or just enjoying the sunshine and fresh air.
I agree with you partially, AR. I've only booked an inside once. I book a balcony unless it's one of the older Carnival ships that only have suites.

I'm not saying I'm NEVER in my room, but unless I am napping, changing, reading the activities newsletter or sleeping, I just find that ship-life is for me. Of course, I think some of it depends on WHY you are cruising. I cruise for the varied experiences, both onboard and offboard, that cruising offers me. My dh spent lots of time on our balcony reading and watching the sea. He has a high pressure job and needed to relax. I'm a stay at home Mom, so want some activity!

I definitely spend time on my balcony - drink before dinner, ROMANCING with my dh, watching a sunrise or sunset, but the actual cabin? Not too much.

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One cruise in an inside stateroom (with a cash strapped roommate) was enough, never again. I spent as little time as possible in that claustrophobic room. Since then, have always booked balcony rooms and thoroughly enjoy the sanctity of my room. Room service in the morning and coffee on my balcony...heavenly, gives me quiet time to plan my day. The luxury of a balcony room provides an oasis during the day to retreat, reconoiter, and rejuvenate for the evening activities.

Everyone is different...I think newbies try to cram as much fun as possible in a day while the seasoned cruisers have their priorities set and probably enjoy the room more. Also, when I travel with an elderly relative, she spends much more time in the stateroom relaxing and it takes her longer to get ready for the day or prepare for bed at night. She loves eating, gambling and the shows but other than that, she is enjoying her room.
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I honestly don't think it's about "oldeis" or "newbies" in terms of length of time in cabins. From what I have read on this thread, it is totally about personal preference.

I spend a good bit of time planning my itinerary both for onboard experiences and excursions I have become pickier and pickier about both. But I don't do it in my room. I'm an expert at finding the little known places on a ship so that I can have quiet moments when I need them - and with a beautiful panoramic view of the sea!

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