Can anyone recommend a specific cabin that would be the best of the obstructed view B-6 cabins? That is, one centered between life boats, or near the smaller boat, or perhaps at the end of the row. Maybe the ones behind the boats used as tenders since they would be lowered in some ports.
It also apears there are a few outside rooms with larger windows (vs a porthole) and they look longer than the balcony rooms (inside portion). Has anyone seen these? Which would be the best choice of these catagories?
Last November we were upgraded to a B3 stateroom. In 2005 these have become B6 category. We were in 8018 which is where the lifeboats begin. We had a partial view if you looked right from the balcony and a great view of the bridge. Deck 8 has both the library and one of the pools. We have booked for 5/10/2005 in stateroom 8016 which is a B6 cabin although there is no lifeboat in front of the balcony. This is not what it shows on the deckplan (see www.DeluxeCruises.com) .For some reason the lifeboats were moved back. 8014 also may be a B6 category.