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Two Missing Balconies on Allure! (see photo!)

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5 minutes ago, molly361 said:

But not as funny as the other answers😇

 

And here I was about to joke that in order to meet the terms of a settlement for a lawsuit about the Ultimate Abyss name that RCI was getting ready to debut their new REAL Ultimate Abyss...step right up (or down, as the case may be)...

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15 minutes ago, molly361 said:

But not as funny as the other answers😇

True, but sort of makes you want to ask your cabin steward whether your balcony has been replaced lately when you get on board.:classic_ohmy:

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When I read the title of the thread I expected to see a police report. "Yes officer, the balcony was there when we went to bed."

 

 

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I think I figured it out.

 

After the Oasis suffered damage, lost revenue and from missed cruises.................. and last week the free extended sailings on pre-existing cruises because ships could not reach port to disembark......................................

 

RCI is now for your bookings ------- offering balconies at a low excursion rate. (To recoup costs)

Will be installed before you sail.

 

 

Only one person in cabin has to book for all.

It comes with two chairs and a table.

 

The new balconies will come with a clothes line for hanging your wet items. (towels, bathing suits, bras)

 

Details to follow.

 

 

 

FYI

pun intended.

Do not know what got into me to do this but whatever.

Have a great day.

 

 

 

 

 

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This is the test run of the new "balconyless diving" option. They provide a waist-bunjee harness. You just dive off, dip in the sea, and you come right back like a bunjee jump. Also great if you use a laundry bag, stuff the pockets with laundry detergent and do your laundry in the ocean.

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OMG I cant stop chuckling at this thread.

 

So funny and many creative replies.

 

I had on a HAL ship a full size window but no balcony due to door below going back inside ship. I was a level above promenade.  So they do exist as long as no sliding door.

 

Toodles to all ya funny folks. Nice to see

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I think the we are moving you, because "Your stateroom will be out of service" posts, probably make more sense now. :classic_smile:

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I’ve had a ball buster of a work day, thank you for this. Thoroughly enjoyed this post and I’ve got nothing to add except cheers 🥂 

 

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