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I haven't been on a cruise for the past year and a half. Went on to start looking at an Alaska cruise. I notice all the cabin codes are changed.


I always did a D1 or D2. So would the 4B be equivalent?  What is the 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G. I see it says spacious ocean view balcony but what is the difference. Why are they separated on the chart?


Thanks for the help..

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2 hours ago, betmust said:

I do not see the 1-4 G for the balconies. Am i missing it?

Where are you seeing this? All the specious balconies are B not G.

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Radiance balcony categories are 1B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 1D, 2D, 5D, and 6D.  The odd numbers, 1, 3, 5 mean the stateroom can accommodate more than 2 people.  The even numbers mean the stateroom is for two people only.


The lower the number, the more desirable location on the ship.  I'm not positive, but I believe the "D" category staterooms are a bit smaller (179sqft) than the "B" category staterooms (204sqft). 

Edited by Wine-O

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Royal Caribbean announced to its travel partners it will be recategorizing its staterooms in an effort to simplify room types for both travel agents and guests.


The latest categorization effort will result in a reduction in the number of categories and a 40% reduction in deck plan colors. In addition, deck plans will result in more intuitive identifiers.


Royal Caribbean is also making connecting staterooms easier than ever to identify and book with designated categories. Connecting staterooms will be double occupancy in both connecting rooms and available on all ships in the fleet except for Majesty and Empress of the Seas starting in 2021.


Royal Caribbean also announced its new Spa Stateroom category. Spa cabins will be featured on Radiance, Voyager, Freedom, Oasis, Quantum and Quantum Ultra Class ships. They will be open for booking later this month for cruises departing in 2021.




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