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We have booked cabin 6077 on the Eurodam with the ‘free’ inside cabin right across the hall for Alaska in late August.  I am worried about this midship placement and the life boats.  Will we be unhappy being just one deck above the life boats?  I worry about our sight lines and the sound of life boats being lowered for ports where there is no dock and we have to tender in.

 

Any advice, observations?

 

Mom C

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We've been on the Eurodam and I don't think you have anything to worry about. For one  you shouldn't have any tendering. Sitka and Icy Strait Point have docks now. Deck 6 is above the lifeboats and the sightlines should be just fine. 


Karen

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We sailed on Eurodam early last year, mid ship on deck 6.  You don't see the life boats unless you look down over the railing - no problem with line of sight. There was some (minimal) noise when the life boats were lowered for a tender port, but that is not an issue on the Alaska sailing. I just booked an August Alaska sailing on Eurodam and chose cabin 6074.   I think you chose a good location. Enjoy your cruise!

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13 hours ago, MomC said:

We have booked cabin 6077 on the Eurodam with the ‘free’ inside cabin right across the hall for Alaska in late August.  I am worried about this midship placement and the life boats.  Will we be unhappy being just one deck above the life boats?  I worry about our sight lines and the sound of life boats being lowered for ports where there is no dock and we have to tender in.

 

Any advice, observations?

 

Mom C

We've had many deck 6 Signature Suites and have loved every one of them. In fact, we specify deck 6 when booking Signature Suites (they are slightly more expensive than some other decks).

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23 hours ago, MomC said:

We have booked cabin 6077 on the Eurodam with the ‘free’ inside cabin right across the hall for Alaska in late August.  I am worried about this midship placement and the life boats.  Will we be unhappy being just one deck above the life boats?  I worry about our sight lines and the sound of life boats being lowered for ports where there is no dock and we have to tender in.

 

Any advice, observations?

 

Mom C

We have stayed in cabin 6064, four cabins forward, Starboard. I think you will see some of the life boats below, but as I recall, you have to look directly below you. They only lower the tenders for a tender port, but honestly, we were out and about by then. I am hoping you find it comfortable and to your liking as we did. The veranda was very comfortable. Have a great cruise. 

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