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Old 09-06-2005, 02:14 PM
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I'm new to crusing. We just booked a cruise on voy. of sea and we are in the front right side of the ship with a balcony. We are sailing from NY to Bermuda in Oct. Is this a good to be on the ship. Front vs back left ve right etc.

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Old 09-07-2005, 12:23 PM
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It really depends on the weather. If you hit rough seas the front will feel more impact than midship or the rear of the ship. Being on the port or starboard side should not make much difference since you will be docking at King's Wharf.

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Old 09-08-2005, 08:00 AM
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just wanted to touch base with regarding your cruise. First, Voyager is just an awesome ship. She was our first cruise and definately the best. So much to do and see. Richard, our cruise director was AWESOME. He set the tone early and we all had a great week. The shows, food, and excursions were great. Now, going to Bermuda last Nov. was a different story. The seas were not in a good mood. Our first day at sea was fine for me but MANY on the ship looked terrible and slept in the center art gallery area and excursion desk since it was in the center of the ship. Some in my party were also affected. Their was a rumour that $35. shots were available but our group weathered the storm on their own. Definately be prepared ahead of time...it will pay off in the long run. Word has it that the trip to Bermuda in the fall months is usually rocky either coming or going or both. Our trip was bad going but smooth sailing coming back...I guess it just depends.
But please be prepared ahead of time as motion sickness at sea is a vacation memory that you do not want to have!!!!!
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