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Old 09-07-2005, 07:32 PM
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We about ready to book adjoining balcony staterooms on the Mariner. On our last Princess cruise, we were able to open a door between the balconies so we could talk to our cruisemates. Can we do the same on the Mariner?

Also, does the ship has Promenade deck? We like to walk around the perimeter of the ship for our daily exercise.

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Old 09-08-2005, 08:08 AM
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Good Morning!
We had a balcony room on the back of the ship and it was very nice. As for adjoining rooms and a balcony I have no idea. I would think that is not a problem as many groups and large families travel together and want to be connected. Mariner was more upscale than Voyager and very classy. Had an awesome dinner at their Steakhouse ($20. per person surcharge) so that was a nice treat outside of the normal dining options. Also their spas and steam rooms are exceptional. Overall, had a awesome cruise with Radiance. We have just booked "explorer" for January. Have a great trip.
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Old 09-08-2005, 09:41 AM
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According to the ship layout in a RCI vacaton planner, there are adjoining balconies available. Your travel/cruise agent, or RCI website should provide you with more info.

Yes, Deck 12 has a jogging track and it is awesome to be able to walk and view the beautiful blue waters at the same time!!! Hope you have a great trip on the Mariner!
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Old 09-14-2005, 09:44 PM
 
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Went on Mariner in Feb.2004. Had an adjoining room with another couple (good friends). We had 14 of us travelling together so the adjoining room really helped. Look on the deck plans on the web and you should see the rooms with connecting doors. Then call your travel agent and ask for the rooms in the same class that are available to connect. Keep checking back because rooms seem to be released in groups and change daily. Even though the balconies can be connected, they won't open the doors for safety reason. Have a great cruise.
 
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