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Aft or side JS - Navigator 3 nights.  

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  1. 1. Which JS would you pick?

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A better view from this panorama converted to video. Hopefully it works.  😀

 

As you can see, the obstruction is almost all below your line of sight, unless you look down.

 

A word of warning, you might cop an eyeful if you happen to look down at the wrong moment.  You can see straight down onto the lower balconies. 😳

 

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4 hours ago, Mikew0805 said:

 First JS, and I know 1694 has a super structure behind, but on deck 10 it seems it may not be that intrusive based on a youtube video. Any thoughts/opinions are appreciated, and reasons why?

 

I assume that it is just two passengers?

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Definitely 1694, had it on Navigator a few years ago, balcony is great and the structure is hardly noticeable most of the time.

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6 hours ago, banzaii said:

IMHO this aft JS is the best on voyager class.  Massive balcony almost same size as cabin.  Bulkhead over the top can create additional noise from other afts but corridor is very quiet.  No issues with soot from exhaust stack.

 

View is fantastic and structure amounts to about 2% obstruction.  Not an issue.

 

I would say it's the best aft JS on Voyager/Freedom class. 

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6 hours ago, Merion_Mom said:

 

I assume that it is just two passengers?

Yes, just two. 

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4 minutes ago, Mikew0805 said:

Yes, just two. 

 

Then it's definitely a good choice.  We had this on the Navigator, and the walk-in closet was oddly shaped and a little smaller, but with two people, you won't care.  (we were three)

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14 hours ago, perfect match said:

Here’s the view from our aft JS on Freedom. Different class ship, but same structure issues.  Deck 7, I think, so the obstruction was more than you’d see from deck 10. I’m really fussy about my view, and I’d definitely book this cabin again. It seems like a lot of obstruction in this picture, but it really didn’t bother us at all.

 

Edit: It bugged me that I couldn’t remember the room # so I went and looked it up. We were in 7412.

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Edited by aggiewilso
We are going to be in this room. Does the balcony get any sun?

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18 hours ago, banzaii said:

A better view from this panorama converted to video. Hopefully it works.  😀

 

As you can see, the obstruction is almost all below your line of sight, unless you look down.

 

A word of warning, you might cop an eyeful if you happen to look down at the wrong moment.  You can see straight down onto the lower balconies. 😳

 

Thanks, that is a good view in that video. 

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On 7/6/2019 at 8:52 PM, John&LaLa said:

 

Depends on your alcoholic intake 🍺

 

There's more than one way to do a cabin crawl. 🙂

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