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Joined Jul 2017
My last cruise I could not afford a balcony and discovered on each of these ships on the Panorama level are 4 Ocean View cabins that are bigger than balconies, about $400 or more cheaper, look straight out the front of the ship with HUGE windows! I booked it last cruise and just booked it again for October 28th to the Eastern Caribbean and as a single, taxes included it was only a little over $1200! For a couple right now it is only around $1600. I had the best view coming into port and the cabin is bigger than a balcony. The cabin #'s are 10001 thru 10004. There are only 4 on the panorama level, as the rest of the cabins are balconies. I am enclosing pics for you. You can thank me later!
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Joined Jan 2018
Originally posted by BeachShiba
My last cruise I could not afford a balcony and discovered on each of these ships on the Panorama level are 4 Ocean View cabins that are bigger than balconies, about $400 or more cheaper, look straight out the front of the ship with HUGE windows! I booked it last cruise and just booked it again for October 28th to the Eastern Caribbean and as a single, taxes included it was only a little over $1200! For a couple right now it is only around $1600. I had the best view coming into port and the cabin is bigger than a balcony. The cabin #'s are 10001 thru 10004. There are only 4 on the panorama level, as the rest of the cabins are balconies. I am enclosing pics for you. You can thank me later!
Please ignore the following comment.I can't seem to delete it. The answerto my question is given in your title. So sorry.
Wonderful information, but please give the cruise line and ship.
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Philly burbs, PA.
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Originally posted by FredGee
Please ignore the following comment.I can't seem to delete it. The answerto my question is given in your title. So sorry.
Wonderful information, but please give the cruise line and ship.
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Two questions for the OP: How was the motion in that location, both pitching and rolling?

In the evening/night, were you required to keep your curtains closed due to light coming from your cabin interfering with the Bridge watchkeepers' nighttime vision?
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