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Curious as to the "view" of this classification.  We have booked stateroom 1852 which is front-facing.  Is there a walkway going in front of this type of stateroom.

I have looked at images available of the forward area of the ship; however, not having any luck.

 

Thanks!

 

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Below is are shots of the front of both the port, first shot, and starboard sides of deck 12 on the sister ship Navigator.

There is a walkway one deck below on deck 11 as shown in the third shot  so this walkway is not directly in front of those panoramic view windows.

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58 minutes ago, gdwest said:

Curious as to the "view" of this classification.  We have booked stateroom 1852 which is front-facing.  Is there a walkway going in front of this type of stateroom.

I have looked at images available of the forward area of the ship; however, not having any luck.

 

Thanks!

 

We were on Adventure of the Seas in a panoramic ocean view cabin ( slightly starboard  ) and loved it.  It was very spacious and we appreciated the two chairs and small table facing the large windows.  No obstruction.  Only small inconvenience is you have to go outside if you want to go aft or take the elevator to a lower floor.  We had an unannounced window washer drop in . They could have let us know but no harm done.   

 

 

 

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More picture of 1802 on Explorer of the Seas. It should be identical to the one on Navigator. Just your room will be a mirror image of 1802. (Bed on the left wall / tv on the right wall). 
 

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I think the view is worth it. There’s even enough room to sit right next to the window. Just lay some towels there and a pillow and u got a nice spot to read or use ur laptop/tablet. 

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I found some pictures I took of 1852 on Voyager of the Seas. Not as detailed as 1802 on Explorer. This sailing left out of Hong Kong so that’s why there’s slippers and a kettle in the room. 

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1 hour ago, SkaterJasp said:

 

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I was going to mention that we were on the Freedom in 1854 and 1804, on either side of the cabin the OP has booked.  The view was incredible.  Looking back at our photos, I see a glass and metal projection beneath our window (that is not viewable unless you go right up to the window).  However, I did notice a metal structure that could be in the view of the OP, that you captured perfectly in your photo above.  If that was not there, the view would be absolutely perfect.  If I was the OP, I would see if I could switch to one of the cabins on either side of where they have booked but slanting in the deck plan on a 45 degree angle near the front of the ship, but not the very front 2 cabins (1802 and 1852).  That metal thing would bug me.  Below is the photo I took from our window when in 1804 and you can see that large metal structure but it is to the side so it did not impact our view.

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1 hour ago, Russ Lomas said:

I was going to mention that we were on the Freedom in 1854 and 1804, on either side of the cabin the OP has booked.  The view was incredible.  Looking back at our photos, I see a glass and metal projection beneath our window (that is not viewable unless you go right up to the window).  However, I did notice a metal structure that could be in the view of the OP, that you captured perfectly in your photo above.  If that was not there, the view would be absolutely perfect.  If I was the OP, I would see if I could switch to one of the cabins on either side of where they have booked but slanting in the deck plan on a 45 degree angle near the front of the ship, but not the very front 2 cabins (1802 and 1852).  That metal thing would bug me.  Below is the photo I took from our window when in 1804 and you can see that large metal structure but it is to the side so it did not impact our view.

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The metal thingie is actually directly between 1802 and 1852. You won’t see it or the obstruction is very minimal if you’re laying in bed or sitting on the couch but you will see it if you’re standing right up against the glass.  The flow boards do obstruct the view more when placed up against the glass. 

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19 hours ago, SkaterJasp said:

The metal thingie is actually directly between 1802 and 1852. You won’t see it or the obstruction is very minimal if you’re laying in bed or sitting on the couch but you will see it if you’re standing right up against the glass.  The flow boards do obstruct the view more when placed up against the glass. 

I thought the flowboards made the view even better personally.  Good thing we didn't put the other boards up there on the ledge too then 🤣🤣

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We (the two of us) are booked in cabin #1804 on Freedom for Canada/New England...very excited with this new to us category.

But I will miss the tub/shower I usually have.

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19 hours ago, SkaterJasp said:

The metal thingie is actually directly between 1802 and 1852. You won’t see it or the obstruction is very minimal if you’re laying in bed or sitting on the couch but you will see it if you’re standing right up against the glass.  The flow boards do obstruct the view more when placed up against the glass. 

Your photography is excellent 

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4 minutes ago, Ashland said:

We (the two of us) are booked in cabin #1804 on Freedom for Canada/New England...very excited with this new to us category.

But I will miss the tub/shower I usually have.

Waking up to this amazing view is worth the experience.

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1 hour ago, Ashland said:

We (the two of us) are booked in cabin #1804 on Freedom for Canada/New England...very excited with this new to us category.

But I will miss the tub/shower I usually have.

I personally would trade the tub/shower for that view any day.  The photos below are from our stay in cabin 1804 on the Freedom in March 2017.  Enjoy

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Yes .... I said I'll miss it (tub/shower) but not enough to give up the views and the great price I originally got this cabin for vs a GS/OS at the time of booking and getting able to book it for just the two of us.

Thanks for the great pictures...I've also watched the YouTube of this cabin many times.

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31 minutes ago, Ashland said:

Yes .... I said I'll miss it (tub/shower) but not enough to give up the views and the great price I originally got this cabin for vs a GS/OS at the time of booking and getting able to book it for just the two of us.

Thanks for the great pictures...I've also watched the YouTube of this cabin many times.

It’s essentially your own private Viking crown lounge 

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