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Old March 15th, 2006, 04:34 PM
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Hi -- can you tell me the square feet for a balcony room on the R.C -- how big is the balcony too? Are they the same size for all ships including Freedom? Thanks
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Not sure exactly what ship you were asking about , but...

I believe Freedom's cabins are supposed to be a bit larger. Standard balc cabins on RCI are @170 sq ft. . On Voyager Class the Category D cabins are more like 195 sq ft.
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If you go to the RCCL website and look at the ship you are interested in, you will find staterioom floor plans and square footages for the cabins and the balconies. There are also 360 degree tours of the staterooms.
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We had a balcony cabin on Mariner last week and it was 202 sq. ft, plus 34 sq. ft. for the balcony. The size was pretty good for the two of us --- loads of storage space.
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We are booked on the Mariner in May in a balcony (D3) and my parents are in a JS. Does anyone think the price is worth the difference?
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I agree to use the website because there is no set answer with the different classes of ships in the "RCI" fleet.

And about a "JS" cabin....Now that I have love the longer itineraries, I go for the larger rooms (budget allowing of course). In May, seven days on "Serenade" we have an "E1" but in September, fourteen days on "Radiance" we have a "JS." Busier the itinerary, smaller the room. Hope that helps, Robbie
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