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#1
5 Posts
Joined May 2005
Hi everyone!! This is my first post, but I've been lurking for quite some time now... My husband and I are booked on the Explorer in cabin 9576. I keep doubting my decision, not sure why. I'm thinking about moving up from the D2 to a D1, with cabins 1362/64 and 1662/64/66 being available. The difference in cost is only $100. Can anybody tell me if there is an advantage to switching cabins or if I should just leave well enough alone?

I know the same thing is asked over and over, sorry. This is our first cruise and I seem to be doubting my decisions every step of the way...

Thanks in advance for any advice you have to offer

J
#3
5 Posts
Joined May 2005
I figured as much. Also did some looking and realized that the cabins on deck 10 are directly beneath the Windjammer. Might not have been an issue, but I have to imagine that's why they're not booked.

I'll just stick with what I have and use that $100 for something fun

Thanks
J