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Old 08-16-2006, 01:41 PM
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My wife and I booked our first cruise ever with an agent. We got 8276 (a rear corner w/balcony). Looking at deckplans, we see it is slightly smaller then the rest on the hall. Anyone know why?
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Old 08-16-2006, 03:36 PM
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Is it really smaller? Deck plans often give a false impression.

Cabin 8276 has 150 sq. ft. with an 85 sq. ft. balcony. Total sq. ft. is 235 sq. ft.
Cabin 8275 has 173 sq. ft with a 48 sq. ft. balcony. Total sq. ft. is 221 sq. ft.

While Cabin 8276 has less inside room, it's larger balcony more than compensates.
So, the question is, which would you rather have, a slightly larger room or a slightly larger balcony?
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