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Old June 6th, 2007, 11:18 PM
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What do the different cabin designations such as "aa, ab, bb, bc, etc" mean? It seems the same cabin on the same deck can have different level designations. I am confused.
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Hi Suz,
The cabins are actually all the same, only difference is the location. The higher up, the more expensive it is.
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Old June 7th, 2007, 12:43 PM
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Hi Suz,
The cabins are actually all the same, only difference is the location. The higher up, the more expensive it is.
So, why is it better to be higher up? I'd think that the further you get from the center of the ship, the "rougher" the ride will be. What am I missing?
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Beautiful views the higher up you are and yes, you can feel the ship a bit more being higher up. Doesn't ever bother me, but if you are prone to sea sickness, then more midship is better. I like being on the higher deck to be closer to the areas we go most of the time, pool, buffet for breakfast and lunch, etc.
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We will be on the Caribe deck, room 515 (Princess Coral). Seem like it's a pretty good location from the deck diagrams on the website. So what would that designation be?
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