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sailing to Alaska next year ..looking at mid ship hump balcony starboard side...does anyone know which balcony is larger, 9264, 9266, 9268, or 9270? Thanks.

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46 minutes ago, edgekid said:

sailing to Alaska next year ..looking at mid ship hump balcony starboard side...does anyone know which balcony is larger, 9264, 9266, 9268, or 9270? Thanks.

9270. The 1st balcony on the slant is the largest, then the 3rd.  The 2nd and 4th are smaller but still larger than standard balconies.  The difference is in the depth.

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5 minutes ago, Beba-Beba said:

9270. The 1st balcony on the slant is the largest, then the 3rd.  The 2nd and 4th are smaller but still larger.  The difference is in the depth.

 

Just to clarify for the OP, since your comment might be read as saying the balcony of 9270 is larger than the balcony of 9266; they are the same.   (I do think you meant to say that they are.)

 

OP: the balconies of the first and third cabins on the slant of the hump (counting from the straight part of the hump) are the largest; the second and fourth (9268 and 9264) aren't as large, but they are still larger than the normal balconies.    

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You are asking about the cabins on the forward angle of the hump.  These 4 corresponding cabins are on the aft slant of the same hump. The diagram shows the size and shape of the balconies.

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1 hour ago, Turtles06 said:

 

Just to clarify for the OP, since your comment might be read as saying the balcony of 9270 is larger than the balcony of 9266; they are the same.   (I do think you meant to say that they are.)

 

OP: the balconies of the first and third cabins on the slant of the hump (counting from the straight part of the hump) are the largest; the second and fourth (9268 and 9264) aren't as large, but they are still larger than the normal balconies.    

Thanks  a lot for clarifying...

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7 hours ago, edgekid said:

Thanks; appreciate the reply and  detailed info..

Little more info and one suggestion.   If you intend on doing any reading in those cabins bring a light, they tend to be very dark especially the deeper they are.   Suggestion is to look into Aft cabins in Alaska.   Celebrity usually has a naturalist doing a running commentary as you sail into the areas with the best scenery.  Often there is wildlife that you might miss only being on one side of the ship and may not be there on return trip.   Also, suggest you look at Starboard cabin areas as all of the outdoor smoking areas are port side. 

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