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Best Balcony staterooms on Explorer ??


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I prefer the aft balcony if you can get one. Much larger balcony! The hump cabins are nice too. Haven't been on your specific ship, but usually these are the preferred balconies...probably can't go wrong with any balcony though.

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What are the best balcony staterooms on Explorer ? Are they all the same or some have bigger balcony ? What about the hump cabins ? Any information / cabins compilation would be useful !! Thanks!

 

Hump cabins on Explorer are so convenient.

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the balconies on the hump cabins are the same size....and they are that way on all voyager class ships...(IIRC on Radiance class they are a bit larger)

 

the balconies are also more private..whereas on newer ships in that class..and on Freedom (i think you were on that one )....they have partitions...the ones on Ex (and adventure and voyager) are all metal....kind of like they were cut into the side of the ship as opposed to being stuck onto the side..(if that makes sense...:confused:)

 

we like to be as close to the hump as possible..........very conveniently located with regards to stairs and elevators...

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I didn't care for the cave like balconies on the sides of this ship; neither a D1 or a JS.

 

This cabin was a corner aft on deck ten. The cabin was wider but shorter than a D1, making it appear like a JS without the JS price. With a pole smack in the center of the room. :eek:

 

The balcony was open, and closed, with a support beam pole. Again, bigger than a D1, with a section completely cavelike which came in handy during some rain, which we had A LOT of this past August.

 

Pictures in siggy, and in review.

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Except for the aft cabins, all of the balconies are the same size (per catagory) on the Voyager class ships. The hump doesn't affect balcony size, but they are close to stairs and elevators and are very convenient!

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