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Regal Princess - difference in stability Deck 9 vs 12?

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I booked a midship Deck 12 cabin for the Baltic cruise next summer. Have issues with seasickness; is there much difference in stability between Deck 12 and 9? Haven't been in a cabin above Deck 9 or 10 before. Thanks!

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Lower decks are always more stable, as is the middle of the ship. Where your cabin is in relation to forward, midship, or aft may have more relevance. EM

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Lower decks are always more stable, as is the middle of the ship. Where your cabin is in relation to forward, midship, or aft may have more relevance. EM

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We were on the Regal Princess last year on Baltic cruse and we had a balcony room mid ship on Riviera Deck. My husband has a tendency to motion sickness but he was fine for the whole trip, in fact we thought there was more movement on the lower decks but even then there wasn't much at all. Enjoy your cruise.

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