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Old April 6th, 2007, 11:46 AM
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Default Balcony Cabins on Deck Six Adventure of the Seas

Good morning all. We are sailing on the Adventure of the Seas in May and have two balconies next to each other. Will we be able to open the balconies to make one big one (of course with the help of the room steward.) The concern is that does it depend which side of the rooms we are on, ex I have seen some pictures of the balconies and one side looks to be able to be opened with glass, but no one takes pictures of the other side of the balcony which looks to be solid from what I can see but its hard to tell. Thanks in advance, just wanted to check before I call and try to find two other rooms
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Old April 6th, 2007, 04:35 PM
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None of the balconies that I've been on have had movable walls. You're right...one side is the frosted glass and the other is the steel wall. But the glass wall is stationary. Sorry....
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AOS is one RCI ship I haven't been on. I have been on two of her sisters, Navigator and Mariner however. I think whether the balcony divider between your two specific balconies opens or not depends on ship's location. Structural bulkheads may be present which would negate this option.

The best bet is to contact Royal Caribbean with your specific question, including your stateroom numbers. They should be able to give you an answer in time for your cruise.

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