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  1. I currently have an ocean view balcony room on deck 13 (cabin 13572) for my Alaskan Cruise in July on Ovation of the Seas. We are planning on spending a significant amount of time on our balcony to enjoy the scenery and to be more secluded from the crowds that will be on the open decks. I just read that most of the balconies on deck 13 have poles/posts that connect to the bridge and ultimately end up obstructing views. Does anyone have any experience with this? I am considering changing decks and would like to hear from others that have had a balcony on deck 13 and if they felt these beams/poles/posts were truly an obstruction or could be could be an obstruction if on an Alaskan cruise where you really want to experience all that nature has to offer.
  2. I currently have an ocean view balcony room on deck 13 (cabin 13572) for my Alaskan Cruise in July on Ovation of the Seas. We are planning on spending a significant amount of time on our balcony to enjoy the scenery. I just read that most of the balconies on deck 13 have poles/posts that connect to the bridge and ultimately end up obstructing views. Does anyone have any experience with this? I am considering changing decks and would like to hear from others that have had a balcony going through Alaska and what their experiences were. What floor and stateroom cabin did you have and/or recommendations that might help me with a new cabin selection should I decide to make a change. I don't mind paying for category upgrade if it means better views and more balcony space.
  3. I only have one RC cruise under my belt and last time I didn't even know this was an option. I have all the same questions!
  4. Not sure which to reserve. Would like to hear opinions on which would give us a bigger bang for our buck. Booking through Royal Caribbean- Trolley Roger is 1 hour open air trolley for $24.99; the Cayman Highlights tour is a motor coach for 2.5 hours $45.99. Can anyone offer advise based on personal experience from either tour?
  5. Not sure which to reserve. Would like to hear opinions on which would give us a bigger bang for our buck. Booking through Royal Caribbean- Trolley Roger is 1 hour open air trolley for $24.99; the Cayman Highlights tour is a motor coach for 2.5 hours $45.99. Can anyone offer advise based on personal experience from either tour?
  6. II need to rent a car to drive from Fort Lauderdale to Orlando when I get off my cruise. Can anyone tell me what rental car companies offer complimentary shuttles to and from the Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port?
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