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This will be a great eating and entertainment space. Most showrooms on cruise ships go unused most of the day, because they are based on the same concepts of the Old Globe Theater where the Bard walked the boards. 

Three decks high,  a wall of glass, and interesting seating will make for a great place to enjoy a show, or simply enjoy the ocean. 

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I think it's very cool the way they built the atrium into the side of the ship so that people will have an amazing view.  It also looks like there will be a lot of seating, which is a huge change from other atrium areas.  I am very excited about my Mardi Gras cruise.

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