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Old 08-22-2007, 07:17 AM
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Mike is correct. There is a door switch (like a refrigerator light switch that is used to turn off the A/C (one the newer ships).

Having a bunch of cabins with the doors open all night can really mess with the ships A/C system balance. So they decided to have it shut off. IF you can stand to have the door open, why would you need A/C? Having it open is going to over power any cooling the A/C could do in my book.

And for Spiritfilled- If she was afraid of Seamonsters (which is a hoot) why did she let you book a Balcony?
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