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lorican 05-11-2006 02:20 PM

the configuration of this room looks...wierd. does anyone have any info? (on the navigator)

suitecruiser 05-20-2006 03:51 AM

I would be most curious to hear about the FAMILY o/view room . Anyone have any photos? These rooms seem to sell out very very quickly. Anyone know of the pricing?

Todd from Tennessee 05-23-2006 02:33 AM

Hands down the most comprehensive web site I've ever found on Voyager Class ships is one known as Welcome to Voyager Class at romaine-moisescot.com/voyagerclass. If you're into Voyager Class vessels this site will knock your socks off! Every conceivable thing you'd ever wish to know, from construction of these enormous vessels to reader supplied representative photos of the staterooms on individual ships can be found here. Once you visit the site (which indeed is mind boggling -- you can spend hours and hours and still not see everything)undertand that the young Frenchman who developed it is only nineteen and commenced its construction when he was about fifteen or so. If you can't find your specific answer there, you'll probably come close.

Good Luck!

getab0at 05-23-2006 09:29 AM

Could not locate the web site you mentioned. Can you please check the spelling - I would be really interested in the web site.

05-23-2006 11:22 AM

Quote:

romaine-moisescot.com
It's romaine-moisescot.com without the /voyager class.

aggie 05-23-2006 04:04 PM

I can't get the abbreviated website address to work either.

Todd from Tennessee 05-24-2006 02:45 AM

Try: Voyager-Class.com

That should do it and good luck

Fam6 05-24-2006 12:47 PM

try romain-moisescot.com

SignalK 05-25-2006 07:25 AM

I went into one of these cabins to see it. It looks like a large cabin with slanted windows but has a separate sleeping area with a door and bunkbeds for the kiddies (no windows--sort of like a mini-inside cabin). When my children were little we always opted for a balcony cabin (quad) instead; although it was somewhat crowded, and a little less privacy, we felt the cost savings and having the balcony were worth it. Just my two cents.

Fam6 05-25-2006 10:01 AM

We booked the family suite, 2 adults 4 children, and one thing to note is that you can't get this room for anything other than "family", i.e., 2 adults only. They won't let you book for 6 adults, even though there is ample room/privacy that would accomodate that. The initial cost for the 2 adults is high, but the addtional cost for each child is minimal. Total cost for 6 was about 12K.


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