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Old 09-16-2006, 10:30 AM
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I am not sure if they are available on your ship but they have a 7a on the ship we are sailing that is an obstructed view for cheaper than regular balcanys. You just cant look down directly at the ocean because the life boat is directly below you. The rest of the view is fine though. It might be something for you to consider if you want a balcony at a cheaper rate
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Old 09-16-2006, 02:39 PM
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Thanks for the feedback. How is the Triump? We're scheduling our cruise through Priceline.com. Seven days for $2500 (8a balcony) or $2000 (oceanview), St. Thomas, St. Martin and San Juan leaving from Miami, FL. We need to get flights as well and do we need a passport or can I use our birth certificates? I think these are excellent prices considering our cost to Disney. The thought of being in all that water makes me a little nervious since I can't swim.
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Old 09-16-2006, 03:01 PM
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What date are you looking at on the Triumph?
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Old 09-16-2006, 04:32 PM
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Hello newtocruising, I had a balcony sateroom the the Victory in April - An exact sister ship to the Triumph, it was really nice. Our room was on Veranda Deck, at the back of the ship. It had 2 twin beds, pushed together as a king, and a single convertable sofa. There was only two of us in the room, so we did not need the sofa. Having the balcony was great.

Be vary careful of opening the balcony door when the airconditioning is on high. it will cause condensation to form all over the room, and the smoke detector may be fooled into going off. This happened 3 times to us on the Victory, and each time an officer on the bridge phoned the room to make sure all was ok - after the 3rd time, a technician serviced the unit.

If you are going to have 4 people in the room, you will need to get a room with an upper berth that folds into the wall.

If you go to carnival's website, look at the deck plans and find a room with a litte infinity sign - they have a queen sized bed, a single convertable sofa and an upper berth.

here is Carnival's website regarding passports - http://www.carnival.com/CMS/FAQs/New...uirements.aspx
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Old 09-16-2006, 05:56 PM
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Our dates are 11/4 through 11/11. Thanks for the information about the room. I'll check out the website.
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