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Balcony 6880, 6380, 7680,7380 Voyager class balcony question

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I thought 6880 would be a perfect cabin because it looks like it is off by itself but after looking at pictures I'm afraid the balcony looks smaller than all the others. Anyone stayed in this cabin or the ones like them. Pictures would be awesome. Thanks!

I've not statyed in any of the listed staterooms. Just want to mention that if you are considering Voyager, Explorer, or Adventure, the balcony wall is different between deck 6 and deck 7. On deck 6, the wall is all steel, up to about your waist. On decks 7 and up, the wall is half steel and half glass, so there is more visibility than on deck 6.

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Could you be more specific about the exact ship and sail date? I'm not seeing a 6880 or 7880 cabin on the voyager class deck plan I'm looking at. 6380 and 7380 are as far aft as you can get without actually having an aft cabin. For me those cabins would be just about at the bottom of the list for a balcony choice.

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Thanks for the tip about the deck 6 vs 7. That is information I did not know.


The cabin numbers I listed for the Explorer are correct except for 6880 (should have been 6680). We like to be aft on the side. We have always

been on deck 9 or 10 but I was thinking it might be nicer to be closer to the water on deck 7 (thanks clarea;)) We were totally aft on the Liberty and didn't like it. :eek: I know, crazy. We had a JS aft but I didn't like seeing into other peoples balconies and seeing all that infrastructure.


It just looks like the cabins I've listed are super private but a tad bit narrower. :confused:


Thanks for the help!

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@Harley-Davidson_Family how did you like 7380 on the Explorer? We are picking cabins for our June cruise on Adventure and looking at this cabin/ Was the balcony opening smaller? Was the balcony larger (sometimes they go back farther on the last cabin). This is our first RCCL cruise so not as familiar as we are with NCL. Thanks in advance.

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