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Just booked Conquest, cabin 7361...it's the last room in mid ship....big blank space beside us...how do i find out what is in this space...

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Probably a closet or other crew area. I usually have room 7345. There are several crew closets, a room where they fold towels, a crew stairway, etc in that space. They are typically only there during cleaning hours.

Edited by Doggielover68

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I see the same large space on Deck 6 under you

and on Deck 8 overhead you!! ..so it's a BIG space!

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It's the final resting place for Jimmy Hoffa.

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47 minutes ago, Garth2 said:

It's the final resting place for Jimmy Hoffa.

 

No, that's my wife's purse.  Seriously, I think we have DB Cooper in there too.

 

Anyway...that space could be any number of crew-oriented work areas, like linen closets, clean-up holding areas, or other storage.  Or laundry facilities (for passenger use).  The exhaust stack also undoubtedly runs up through the middle of it too.

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If there is a blank space next to a cabin, we will not book it.  :classic_cool:

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Could be crew storage ,if so it becomes your alarm clock early in the mornings.  Bumping the walls  while moving equipment around can become a nuisance. 

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YIKES!  OH MAN.....I'LL BET THAT'S WHAT IT IS...CLEANING ROOM STUFF....MAYBE THE UPGRADE FAIRY WILL COME VISIT ME!

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If it's the same space I'm thinking about, I thought it was access to the bathroom plumbing.

Edited by Butterbean1000

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37 minutes ago, Elaine5715 said:

No, crew cabins are Deck 0

I have been on the Behind the Fun tour several times.  There are crew cabins on other decks.  Officers and a few others have cabins on deck 0.  All of the crew members can't fit on deck 0 and below.  Most of the space on those decks serves a different purpose, like proper food storage, laundry, trash, crew dining facilities, etc.

Edited by Tiger0613

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21 minutes ago, Tiger0613 said:

I have been on the Behind the Fun tour several times.  There are crew cabins on other decks.  Officers and a few others have cabins on deck 0.  All of the crew members can't fit on deck 0 and below.  Most of the space on those decks serves a different purpose, like proper food storage, laundry, trash, crew dining facilities, etc.

Crew aren't officers.  Officers cabins are behind the bridge.  The ship staff (fly in entertainers) that rank above the water line are housed in regular passenger cabins.  

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If that space is basically midships, which I think it is, that is mostly the engine casing, where the exhausts go up to the funnel.  There may be some steward pantries or storage lockers around the periphery, but most of the space is engine casing.

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11 hours ago, HillBilly Bob said:

Crew cabins are below water line.  

Hope they supply swimwear and towels.

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