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#1
pennsylvania
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I just finished a cruise on Ruby, We had a balcony Caribe deck. I’d want to book the Sky , but not sure if I should stay with Caribe or go higher . Any advice , pros and cons are appreciated.
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#2
League City, TX
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Just be aware that on the Sky the Caribe balconies are the same size as on every other deck while on the Ruby the Caribe balconies are larger than on other decks.
#3
London, UK
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Originally posted by caribill
Just be aware that on the Sky the Caribe balconies are the same size as on every other deck while on the Ruby the Caribe balconies are larger than on other decks.
Yes good point. And you would have to go down to Dolphin deck to get the equivalent deeper balconies on Sky Princess - D701-D710, D226, D227 Balcony. D145-D225, D711-D725 Premium Deluxe Balcony
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Raleigh, N.C.
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We were assigned a guarantee on the Caribe Deck for our upcoming Royal Princess cruise, and I requested a change to a Riviera Deck cabin. I thought it would be more convenient to be able to walk up stairs just a couple of flights to the Lido. We're still above and beneath other passenger cabin decks, so we should not have too much noise from below or above.
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pennsylvania
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Originally posted by dides
Yes good point. And you would have to go down to Dolphin deck to get the equivalent deeper balconies on Sky Princess - D701-D710, D226, D227 Balcony. D145-D225, D711-D725 Premium Deluxe Balcony
Would it be better to go to a higher deck or lower deck? No sure what the difference would be as far as scenery or movement in the ship etc.....?
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SoCal/Maui No Ka Oi
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Originally posted by dkitty
Would it be better to go to a higher deck or lower deck? No sure what the difference would be as far as scenery or movement in the ship etc.....?
The most stable location is on lower deck midship cabins. My wife is susceptible to motion sickness & aft would be her next choice.

It’s been our experience that prices for the same type of cabin generally follow that order...most expensive midship, then aft & lowest forward due to movement.
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pennsylvania
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Originally posted by Astro Flyer
The most stable location is on lower deck midship cabins. My wife is susceptible to motion sickness & aft would be her next choice.

It’s been our experience that prices for the same type of cabin generally follow that order...most expensive midship, then aft & lowest forward due to movement.
Thanks!
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