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14 hours ago, Bgcruising said:




It's only extended if you are very short.  They feel smaller to me.

The 'bowling alley' balconies on the Spirit Class ships are 2 ft deeper than regular balconies.

The long balconies on deck 5 are not as deep as the true 'bowling alley' balconies on decks 6, 7 and 8.  🙂


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5 hours ago, Laurab23 said:

Was the handicap cabin any larger or just a different layout?



I would say it is similar in total size, maybe a bit bigger. The room is set up so a wheel chair can maneuver easier and the door to the room is larger. It isn't cramped that is for sure. According to Carnival documents the square footage is the same.

Screenshot_2020-08-20 Spirit-Class Stateroom Descriptions - Empress Deck 6.png

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