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Old 08-15-2007, 10:48 AM
 
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I need some help with a deck location. I am looking at Brilliance of the Seas for 4/4 10 night and not sure about location. If I had a choice between stateroom 8050 and 8128 what would be the better choice. Also any input on this ship would be appreciated. Thanks for quick response as I want to consider booking ASAP.

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Old 08-15-2007, 11:09 AM
 
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Both cabins are E2 category and are both deluxe oceanview staterooms. Do you want to be closer to the bow or closer to the stern? Both have private balconies with unobstructed views.
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drlivingston, I guess it was more of a question about whether it would be better more forward or aft? Also, does anyone know anything about the ship and how it is rated? Many thanks. We wanted to do a complete Canal crossing but feel that this will be our only opportunity for now due to timing and ability to take the time necessary to do the complete canal.

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Old 08-15-2007, 11:54 AM
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Hallo Peterl,

... click here and you will see the deck plan of this ship !
Rating by Berlitz (Douglas Ward) : 1546 / 2000 pts - 4****

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Any comments regarding a selection of forward or aft on deck 8 on Brilliance would be appreciated.

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I like forward because you arrive before the aft section. Seriously though, 8050 is closer to the theater and maybe a little closer to the lifts where as 8128 is closer to the shops and restaurants. Other than that they seem pretty much equal.
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Thanks much, wife got permission just this pm to go on this date and we now have to hope that we can book the cruise. Thanks for the help all.

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