Hard to comment when we can see the picture you're talking about. The aft balcony on "Voyager" class ships have a steel beam that wraps around the stearn of the ship. That is why I will always book a corner aft cabin. The view is better. The "Radiance" class ships don't have the steel support ring.
We were on 8th floor aft on Mariner. I would explain it like looking through a football helmet. You look down on the balcony below. You can also see the crew break area. The nice thing about aft is you can see both sides and where you've been, but I would do like Sonny and go with corner.
Thanks, Cheffy; hadn't seen those pictures. It's enough to make one get silly in giddiness. I can honestly say, the anticipation I experience before the cruise is not as good as the cruise itself. All too often, the vacation does not meet the loftly levels of one's anticipation. Not so on a cruise.
Goin,cruisin, I have heard of falling for some one, but this one was a little extreme. Get a room, or your variation, would appear to be appropriate.
There was some speculation that perhaps prodigious amounts of alcohol was involved, but I don't think they could have floated or treaded water for four hours if that was the case. They had to be in pretty good shape.