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6 hours ago, PhillyFan33579 said:

Obviously we haven’t been on Mardi Gras, but we have stayed in cabins below Serenity on several ships. The only time we have heard noise is early in the morning, usually on sea days, when chairs are being moved around. We have never heard any noise overnight. 

We have also been under Serenity on a few ships.  as phillyfan said - we hear some scrapping noises if lounges are being put away at night and in the early morning when they are being set up again.  Didn't bother us enough not to book under Serenity, though.

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