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  1. I have just moved a cruise date from 2021 to another one in 2022. We didn't lose our deposit & also didn't have to pay any extra fee's - we are Elite Captains Club members. It might be worth giving Celebrity a call to see if you will incur extra charges if you aren't Elite members
  2. The last time we had an internal connecting door we could hear our neighbours conversations & arguments so didn't fancy going through that again This time we have booked one of the end (SV type) cabins 9384 as I believe they have external connecting doors. There are other cabins on the ship that don't have any interconnecting doors
  3. Just discovered that the interconnecting cabin doors are internal unlike the other S Class ships which are external
  4. Thanks for all the information - I think we may look at the SV cabins
  5. We usually opt for the Solstice class of ship but have seen a few nice itineraries on the new class of ships. I really don't fancy the Infinite style balconies - Do the new ships have any of the normal style balconies anywhere? It's difficult to see from the deck plans
  6. Thanks for the quick reply - I was looking at the cabin 1222 on Deck 10 at the very aft (sunset) but may now look at other options as I am not keep on interconnecting doors
  7. Are the communicating Cabin doors on the Reflection internal or external? I have sailed on several Solstice ships where the interconnecting doors are external but have a feeling the Reflection is different. Thanks
  8. I haven't had the Power up email (UK) yet. Now wondering if I will get one - is there something I should have done in order to get one?
  9. Thanks for the diagram -Looks like the deck plan I was looking at was wrong. The picture I was looking at seemed to only show just 1 wider balcony so that would mean it is either 9309 or 9384? This will be the 1st time we have had a cabin at the very back of the ship so want to chose the best cabin/balcony especially as all the end cabins are available at the moment.
  10. Silhouette C1 Cabins at rear of the ship - 9302 & 1206 - are these the cabins that have slightly larger balconies?
  11. The C1 cabins that are available are 9201 & 8185 & 8170 - there are 2 FV's next to these cabins port & starboard I was just wondering if there might be extra noise in these FV cabins if there were children but I guess it is a gamble
  12. The FV cabins look great but on the two cruises itineraries we are looking at 1st June & 14th June both to Turkey & Greece they have already been snapped up. Can theFV be booked by non family passengers - there are just the 2 of us? Are the other cabins at the back larger than normal, we had booked a SV on the Silhouette but that was cancelled due to the virus?
  13. Normally I opt for Solstice class but this time I am looking a 2 itineraries on the Constellation & Infinity to the Med in June/July next year - I sailed on M class ships many moons ago so not sure on what cabins are good etc. We are looking at Decks 7 / 8 /9 I have a few questions re the M Class of ship Q1 - are the concierge cabins/balconies slightly larger than normal veranda cabins? - I know there is no difference on s class Q2 - are the veranda's on the slant slightly bigger on M class- similar to the S class Q2 - SV cabins are they worth the extra money? I can see that some are next to FV cabins are they likely to be noisier re families? Most of the cabins available on both itineraries are either fwd or aft - are there cabins that have overhangs etc. Any advice would be appreciated
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