Posted February 14th, 2018, 01:13 AM
You are looking from one extreme to the other; far forward or aft. Not sure what the void is on deck 7 which would be opposite your cabin of choice there? At least the aft of deck 6 is pax cabins and next to the large Q1!
Just remember if you have any storms of consequence, there will be more movement in your prefered locations.
Hi LadyL1, (thanks for the running commentary on your trip btw), the void you are referring to on deck 7 are the back walls of crew quarters - there is a corridor running down the middle of them and thus its the back walls on port and starboard side against the passenger companionways.
the main difference between the two staterooms are that they areeither full forward or full aft, they both have the same interior makeup with the bathroom on the left as you walk in. Both balconies and both rooms are exactly the same size.
The only thing the op might want to consider is there is a little more movement up the pointy end and that the hull door on the starboard side is one used most for provisioning and therefore it is usually against the berth...
I prefer the full forward position and the starboard side for that reason.
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