He asked me what the difference was between a regular balcony and a 7A.
I didn't know so I'm asking you guys.
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I believe it is an obstructed view. The cabin has French doors that open, but no balcony. They look out at the lifeboats. So you would get fresh air, but not a real view.
It is a full balcony. I think the poster above me is confusing them with the 4K? the insides with french doors that used to be 5As.the cabin pic posted with the french doors isn't a 7a - fire's right, they're 4K's now... so, it has the french doors, which open, but you can't go out - so light and air, but at an inside price
Its a obstructed balcony, the first three cabins are supposed to be more obstructed. Try and find one the most between cabins.and yeah - the cabins further forward have the tender boats, instead of lifeboats that are prevalent elsewhere. the tender boats are taller, so the view is more obstructed... but it's more than the first three... try to find a cabin between lifeboats and there are a few that have an all but clear view forward and down.
part of the view is obstructed with life boats...but its the same size balcony. (well there seem to be at least one that is odd sized, but Im talking mostly)