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Old 02-22-2011, 02:35 PM
 
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Default Miracle Balcony Obstructed View
I am thinking about booking an obstructed view - I like the idea of being able to get some fresh air in the room, but probably won't spend a lot of time on the balcony. Is the view really bad or just okay? Thanks for your opinions.
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Old 02-22-2011, 02:52 PM
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Google "Carnival Miracle Obstructed Balcony" and go to images. You'll see many examples. It is mostly just the tops of life boats.
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Old 02-22-2011, 07:12 PM
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Van Beach.....I believe the Obstructed Balcony Cabins on the CCL Miracle are "French Balcony" Cabins.This cabin design offers a double door opening out to a tiny ledge with a railing!! The Cabin is large but it is not a true balcony.

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Old 02-23-2011, 08:06 PM
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Not sure if we're talking about the same thing, but I stayed in an obstructed room in Miracle in 2007. It had windowed doors that opened just a crack; they were blocked by a glass panel and there also were metal pillars and lifeboats in the vicinity. You couldn't go outside or anything, but I didn't care. I typically book oceanview obstructed because I like having light and being able to see what's going on outside, but I also like to save money. If I can find a pic from that cruise, I'll post it. The room was great, by the way. I'd recommend it if all you're really looking for is being a step above an interior room and being able to see outside.
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Old 02-27-2011, 04:12 PM
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I had a life boat obstructed view on the Miracle in 2009. It was very good. The only obstructred part was looking down, we had a good view of the ocean and a full size balconey. Not a problem at all
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CruiseDad.....Apparently You enjoyed an obstructed balcony on Empress Deck (5) which has a full balcony. There are obstructed view "French Balcony" Cabins below Empress Deck on Upper Deck (4) which have only double Doors opening immediately to a taffrail.

The Carnival Spirit, Miracle and Legend offer these types of Cabins.

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Let me see if I can alleviate any confusion about the cabins with French Doors vs. Obstructed View Balconies without adding to it;

The cabins with the French Doors are not Obstructed View Balcony cabins. They are considered Interior cabins. They are on the Main deck - Category 4K.

The Obstructed View Balconies are on the Upper deck. They have full balconies. Category 7A and 9A Premium.
 
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