We have noticed that on some pictures of the Coral that the bow seems to be covered. On others it seems to be open. We were just wondering which it was and if you were able to go up to the bow and stand to view the scenery while cruising. Also, anbody had one of the Aloha deck forward cabins with a balcony. They seem to nice. And the balcony seems to be covered/private. Thanks
We were on the inagural voyage of Coral Princess, Fort Lauderdale/Panama. You could not get access to the bow, which was a real pain. We had come off the Royal Princess with her full access to the bow, so it was annoying. We scouted for the best view for the transit of the canal, and ended up at 5.00am sitting at a table in the restaurant.
We were in Carib 403 - fine for us and a huge balcony, half convered, half exposed, it was great, my family were in A2 - something and the baclony was a little smaller, but the suite was very tastefull and the full size bathtub was worth the money imho. Hot property.
we had C 307 It was a good sized room. The balcony was a bit small, but since we were traveling with 2 other couples we had them open up the passageway between the three balconies. That made it great for visiting back & forth. If we were resting we just closed the drapes, so we all knew if the others didnt want company. You will have a great time, i'm sure.