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Booking the Christmas 2006 Sea Princess and looking for exterior pictures to see the balcony views. Can anyone direct me to the right spot for pics of this ship?

Thanks! :rolleyes:

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I'd suggest going to CC member cruiseclues' awesome website here, and looking at the individual ship's pages for Sun Princess, Dawn Princess, Sea Princess, Ocean Princess, Adonia and Oceana. These are the names under which these four sister ships have sailed, and the photo links on all of those pages will direct you to a wealth of external pictures of these ships.

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Booking the Christmas 2006 Sea Princess and looking for exterior pictures to see the balcony views. Can anyone direct me to the right spot for pics of this ship?

Thanks! :rolleyes:

 

We just booked this cruise yesterday. I haven't started a roll call thread yet, because I thought it would be too early. So be on the lookout for it, in a few weeks.

 

 

Minette

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There are great pictures of the Sun Princess (all these sister ships ave very similar) at

http://www.shipcafe.net/ and if you are looking for cabin shots, the place I look is

http://www.virtualtoursusa.com/galleryships.htm.

 

At virtual look for the ocean princess and you can see all the cabin configurations via a virtual tour.

 

Happy hunting!

 

Susie

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Hi! We just returned from the Sea Princess about a week ago, and I took a few pictures of the ship from the dock. See my Oslo pictures at this link:

http://community.webshots.com/album/395791340FZaGwD

 

The ones you'd want to see are the very first picture which shows a view from the balcony (looking from the inside of the cabin) and the last four (on page 2), the first of which shows a small part of the balcony and the last three showing the exterior views. We had the first two cabins on the deck below the bridge. I could occasionaly go out on my balcony and look out toward the bridge to see a crew member looking back down at me (or so it seemed) from that little piece of the bridge that sticks out of the side of the ship.

 

Joni

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Hubby and I are discussing going on this cruise 12/23/06. We're just wondering if eight ports in a row will be too much.

 

This is going to be a very popular cruise, as a friend just told me all the BA cabins are already sold out.

 

We'll be doing this cruise in Dec. & also next year. We've been to most of the ports, so many of them will be beach days for us.

 

We just love being on a 14 day cruise.

 

 

Minette

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Keep looking, they are out there! I bounce around so much looking at stuff, I can't tell you exactly where.

 

Really, pictures of the Dawn and Sun are everywhere and they are identical so instead of searching for Sea pictures, try looking at those two for exterior shots.

 

Also, lots of exterior shots at Passenger Ship Parade of the Oceana (sister ship).

http://www.shipparade.com/indx.htm

 

Susie

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