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Thank you for posting these great pix!
Can anyone out there add the cabin numbers like there is for the M-Class ship?
It would be especially helpful because its hard to remember which deck we've been on because the cabin #s don't include the deck #.
Have had 3 different SClass aft & still get confused. Thanks again,
Not enough room to add all the cabins, but this should make it much easier to figure out! This should apply to Solstice, Equinox & Eclipse. Can't vouch for Reflection & Silhouette as they are slightly different.
Original photo posted by Friend100 - a BIG thank you!
I think on Silhouette 8353 is the one to the right as you look at the photo from 8353 noted here -- of that makes sense.
P&O Oceana 19.04.14 : Bay of Biscay
RCI Independence of the Seas 29.10.13 : Mini cruise
Celebrity Silhouette 12:08:13 : Greek Islands / Italy
Celebrity Silhouette 10:08:12 : Adriatic / Venice
Celebrity Silhouette 10:08:11 : Eastern Med/Holy Land
P&O Oceana August 2010 : Western Med
Ocean Village 2 August 2009 : Eastern Med / Greece
Louis Cruises August 2001 : Egypt
This is great, thanks for sharing! It looks like there is little to no overhang on the balconies on the aft of the ship? We actually like to have overhang so we don't get direct sunlight.
If you like a full overhang on the stern...you have to go with cabins on the Resort Deck (Deck 12...in photo...cabins #21??)...the downside to those cabins for some...is noise from the tables and chairs on the deck of the outdoor Oceanview Bar area above.
We have had 2152 and 2157...and loved them for the shade of the overhang.
Though I haven't stayed on deck six....I don't like the look of the blue panels (they sometimes are dirty) right outside the balcony...so I'd go with deck 8 or 9 !!
I'm surprised they didn't extend the balconies of the deck 6 cabins over the blue area and create a more expensive "large aft balcony" category. It's not like a modern cruise line to miss a revenue opportunity
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