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Balcony cabins to avoid on Constellation?

janets in the house

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Penthouse Deck, Stateroom Number 6081, Extended Balcony, Category 2-C was fine for us on our 14 day Baltic Cruise this past May. The other ones around our area appeared to be OK as well.

Now having said that we do not know where the destination of an extended balcony came from as it was to us just an ordinary standard sized balcony.

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Window washing equipment has been known to obstruct the view out of CC Cabin 8043 (Infinity): Pictures


Constellation CC 8108 has a very tiny balcony: picture and Cruise Critic thread


Check out the "Worst Cabins" thread that has been posted on this Celebrity board: CC Thread . Millennium, Infinity, and Summit have identical deck layouts and hence the cabin numbers are identical for the same cabin location. So you can do a search in that thread for the Constellation cabin numbers that you are concerned about.


You can also search the whole Celebrity bulletin board by entering in the Constellation cabin numbers (use one cabin number for each search) to see if there are any other threads/comments.

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