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Why doesn't anyone talk about BC cabins on POA?


lovesandiego

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I posted this on the NCL thread, but decided that since the POA is different than the other NCL ships this might be the best place to get an answer.

 

I can't seem to get any information about these cabins. On cruisestaterooms.com plans they talk about all other categories, their size, balcony size etc. and skip over BC.

 

I've booked a BC category on POA for October, and would like to know if this is a good choice. Thanks for any help that you can give me. :)

 

Vicki

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Yes, it's a good choice. The BC is just a standard balcony stateroom located on deck 9. Any of the reviews you read for the other B categories apply to the BC as well. The only differences may be the view (higher deck is usually better, so BC may be a tad better than BB/BA) and the motion (some people feel like there's more motion higher in the ship, but I've never really noticed a significant difference).

 

The BC cabins located closest to the front of the ship have extended balconies, which we LOVE! They're shown in the deck plans as having a balcony size larger than the others but not really depicted in any other way as being different.

 

Hope this helps.

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Yes, it's a good choice. The BC is just a standard balcony stateroom located on deck 9. Any of the reviews you read for the other B categories apply to the BC as well. The only differences may be the view (higher deck is usually better, so BC may be a tad better than BB/BA) and the motion (some people feel like there's more motion higher in the ship, but I've never really noticed a significant difference).

 

 

The BA and BB categories are higher categories than BC. BA and BB are on Deck 10

 

I am sure the BC cabin will be great

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