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Old June 18th, 2001, 03:32 AM
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Default Explorer Cat C

Has anyone had a Catagory C in the aft? That is all that is left and I am concerend about an obstructed view, which it appears it has. How much is obstructed? I have heard both good things and bad things about the aft. Also, should we go higher up, say deck 9 or 10 instead of 6?
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Old June 18th, 2001, 07:03 PM
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Default Re: Explorer Cat C

Aft Cat C's are the BEST!! My sister had one on Voyager and Explorer while we had the Royal Fam. Suite. Our balconies had no obstructions. There is a metal structure which I would call more decorative than an obstruction and was not close to the balcony. You can see everything. The C balcony is approx. 12' x 10', much larger than the side cabins.

We have done three cruises w/ aft cabins mainly due to the balcony size. We are booked on Grandeur's Circle the Caribbean in an aft cabin as well.

If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me.

Denise :-)
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Old June 19th, 2001, 06:16 PM
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Linda,

I've heard that the lower you are the better for feeling the ship move (if you have a problem w/sea sickness) However, on Oct 20th we're booked to go on the Explorer and I'm concerned about my sister-in-law because all of us are on the 10th floor. Last Nov. they were on deck 8.....they didn't seem to have a problem
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Old June 19th, 2001, 09:16 PM
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We were on decks 9 and 10 respectively on both Explorer and Voygaer. We felt a bit more motion than others, but nothing significant and only in rough seas. If there's a nasty weather system and/or big waves, nobody will escape the motion. On Explorer in April, the first 2 days were pretty rough but most of us weathered it well. It was the first out of 11 cruises in which we felt signifcant motion. I can't imagine what it would have felt like on a smaller ship!

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