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Old 02-03-2006, 07:58 PM
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We along with another couple will be sailing Mariner of the Seas. We have booked adjoining cabins - Deck 6 - catagory D1 - Superior Oceanview Staterooms. My question, will we have adjoining balconies as well? Thanks
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If the cabins are adjoining then the balconies will be too. Many times the balcony partitions will be hinged and can be opened, however I cannot say for sure if this will be the case for you.
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As Dave has stated they WILL be adjoining, but there are tempered glass partitions that separate them that cannot be opened. You can see a close-up picture (taken from another thread) that will provide a visual by following this link:

http://community.netscape.com/n/docs/docDownload.aspx?w...22-924e-1b8c865f8504

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Old 02-05-2006, 11:45 AM
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Thanks Dave and Nancy,

I was hoping that the partition could be opened. No big deal, looking forward to a great cruise.
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That's the picture I took from our aft balcony on the Mariner.

We have been on ships with the hinged balcony dividers. Unfortunately, one of them had a broken latch and kept us awake one night when the seas were a tad choppy and it kept banging back and forth. They fixed it the next morning.
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Just got back from a great cruise on Mariner. We were able to get our balcony divider opened by making a simple request to Guest Services.
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Hi. We were on the Mariner at Christmas (deck 6 I think?? with adjoing balconies with a door between us. I had called and requested that and RCCI was able to tell me that we had an adjoining baclcony door ( so call and ask). But -- when we got on board, the staff told us no one could open the door!! However, I had been told that it could be. It took 3 or 4 calls to customer service before someone finally came up and unlocked the door. My point is -- don't take no for an answer!! It was wonderfulhaving both balconies open and easy to move back and forth between room via the balcony. I love these boards where cruisers talk to each other. I hope yours is a great cruise!!
 
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