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Old 10-07-2004, 03:13 PM
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Does it make a difference which side of the ship your cabin is on for Royal Caribbean's Western Itinerary?
I have only cruised once before and it was the Eastern Itinerary on Carnival, and we were told to be on the port side of the ship by our travel agent to enjoy the port view's on our balcony as we were approaching the ports, and that advice payed off well for us..........it was amazing & beautiful to enjoy as we pulled in.
Any advice on the RC's Radiance of the Sea's???
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Does it make a difference which side of the ship your cabin is on for Royal Caribbean's Western Itinerary?
I have only cruised once before and it was the Eastern Itinerary on Carnival, and we were told to be on the port side of the ship by our travel agent to enjoy the port view's on our balcony as we were approaching the ports, and that advice payed off well for us..........it was amazing & beautiful to enjoy as we pulled in.
Any advice on the RC's Radiance of the Sea's???
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Old 10-07-2004, 03:41 PM
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Where will you cruise start and which western Caribbean ports will you be visiting?
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Old 10-07-2004, 04:56 PM
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Nancy,

We depart out of Miami, and our ports are;
Labadee, Ocho Rios jamaica, george town grand cayman, cozumel mexico.

Any advice you might have on which side of the ship to book our cabin would be great, as of now we are on the port side.

Thanks!
Joan
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Old 10-07-2004, 11:31 PM
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Ok, who is going to be on Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the seas October 15th? The party starts at around noon. Be sure to get there so we can pre-party sufficiently before Launch. Lets connect and start this thing off the right way. Contact through me: Andy G! I will keep the thread alive.
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If you are concerened about a view from your balcony I would suggest the starboard side. This will give you the best view in most of these ports.
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