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We have today swapped our E2 cabin on Indy from 7296 to hump 6640?


Made a very quick decision on this. Was this a good idea?




The humps are very coveted cabins. I myself just moved from 7326 to hump cabin 7340 and am very excited about it! My only concern, and this is just me, is that deck 5 below you is not a cabin deck, but I believe the shops on the promenade(?) I always make sure that the deck I am on has cabins above and below. Again, that is just me.... heck maybe having the shops below you is quieter at night than some late night partiers! haha


have a great cruise!:D

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That is exactly what we were thinking!


We sail in 7 weeks and I was just curious to see whether all the cabins had sold out. There was just the one E2 left and it was 6640 (full hump!).


We straight away picked up the phone and called our TA and we were swapped. Then, afterwards we thought about it .......!


As usual, we turn to Cruise Critic for the best advice and reassurance.


Counting the days.



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