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I wish to book a cruise on celebration & as a light sleeper I worry about the noise issue

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Is it as bad as lots of reviewers state, is there better positioned cabins for less noise?

 

 

 

I will possibly book decks 1 /2 inside & outside & decks 3/4 inside only.

Thank you.

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I wish to book a cruise on celebration & as a light sleeper I worry about the noise issue

.

Is it as bad as lots of reviewers state, is there better positioned cabins for less noise?

 

 

 

I will possibly book decks 1 /2 inside & outside & decks 3/4 inside only.

Thank you.

 

Haven't been on Celebration but have been on her sister ship Spirit. We did feel some vibration in the bars and theatre but certanly not a problem. We were on deck 1 inside - have booked the same for next month - and had no noise issues at all and the very gentle vibration was no worse than on any other ships we have been on and just lulled us into a great nights sleep.

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Just returned, yesterday, we have cruised on her many times over the past years but this time felt the vibration was less than in the past. Did speak to some passengers that found deck two was noisy when docking.

 

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From experience cabins on Deck 1 and 2 at the back of the ship definitely rattle due to the vibrations. Closer to midship a lot better. I never noticed anything. Then again my wife would say that's normal for me.

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From experience cabins on Deck 1 and 2 at the back of the ship definitely rattle due to the vibrations. Closer to midship a lot better. I never noticed anything. Then again my wife would say that's normal for me.

 

Yes, I should have mentioned that we were midships and will be again next month.

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From experience cabins on Deck 1 and 2 at the back of the ship definitely rattle due to the vibrations. Closer to midship a lot better. I never noticed anything. Then again my wife would say that's normal for me.

 

 

There isn't actually any double cabins at the back of the ship on deck 1/2

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We recently cruised on the Celebration. There is at times a small judder/wobble, however it really was quite minimal, usually unnoticeable and in now way detracted from what for us, was a great week onboard.

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Thanks all for your helpful replies.

Well I've gone & done it a 14 night cruise on the Adriatic on board the Celebration & I've booked an outside cabin towards midship on

deck 2.

I am not a great lover of Marella having been on the Dream in January, but the itinerary on this cruise is the best one can get on the

Adriatic, 12 different ports in a 14 night cruise fantastic!

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There isn't actually any double cabins at the back of the ship on deck 1/2

 

Ok lets say the double cabins nearer the back of the ship on these decks. Been in 707 on deck 2 and 902 on deck 1. Both are very spacious and nice cabins but they definitely both rattle when the ship is moving..

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We have just come back from our cruise on the Celebration, we have been on it twice before and yes there is a slight 'wobble' we were on deck 8 midships. It didn't bother us at all and we have booked another cruise on her for next year.

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Ok lets say the double cabins nearer the back of the ship on these decks. Been in 707 on deck 2 and 902 on deck 1. Both are very spacious and nice cabins but they definitely both rattle when the ship is moving..

 

Been 902 once and was not impressed , and what may seem suprising is it is actually only about 2 cabins aft of midships relative to waterline length

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Just come back from cruise on Celebration. There is some vibration, but would not have commented on it if I hadn't seen it in a number of reviews. We were on deck 2 and relatively forward: the vibration certainly didn't prevent us from sleeping; noticed it more in dining rooms and bars.

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