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We are a family of five with two rooms on deck seven a balcony and PR(7612,7613),we want to change to deck nine two


.We are going to pay the


is nine a better deck.

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we stayed on deck nine our last cruise. we said we would have prefered something lower. a lot of the things we like are in the lower levels. promenade, theater, main dinning room, excursions. it was a long hike to deck nine from these things.


on the navigater we were on deck 7 and loved it.


it all depends where you are going to be going the most when out of your room.


deck nine was great for the exercise!

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Unless I am in an aft cabin (for which I would prefer deck 10), I would stick with deck 7 myself. I think it is more centrally located to EVERYTHING! I would choose a cabin close to the aft centrum as then you are also just an elevator ride away from the Viking Crown Lounge, Flow Rider, Sports Deck, kids areas, dining venues, Royal Promenade, art gallery, casino...did I miss anything? ;)

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DRMAN, there are so many things not mentioned in your post. How old are the other passengers (kids?)? Do they need a balcony?


I prefer lower decks, so 9 would be too high for me, but it's subjective. It's closer to the Windjammer.


Also, where on deck 7 and deck 9? Mid, aft, bow? I prefer mid.


If you don't mind spending the money, do what you feel comfortable with, but I'd rather save the $$$.

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We prefere deck 10, simply because it's only 1 flight to the pool. Try to pick a deck closest to where you'll spend most of your time--it makes running back and forth to the cabin a breeze. The elevators can take forever and it's easier if you can use the stairs! 2 or 3 flights is ok, but 4 or more is rough if you do it multiple times a day!

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