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I have the option of either Cabin 821 or 829 on the 12 night SF to Vancouver cruise. 829 is directly opposite the Lauderette - should I avoid it? Also been offered 729 or 726. Looking for guidance from experienced Regent cruisers please.
If you don't need a Concierge level suite, 621, a Category E suite is also available. I've been in 617, 623 and 625 and IMO, 621 is in a perfect position on the Navigator in terms of ride and convenience.
Hope this helps.
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Thanks for all the comments which are very helpful. Just one final query...... With there appearing to be more starboard cabins available than port side, would the San Francisco - Alaska - Vancouver Itinerary be viewed better from a port side cabin? I appreciate that the best views will always be up on deck. Thanks again for the input.
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