There might be 40 -45 decent shots of the obstructed view.
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I have one quick question. In an Obstructed View room on the Golden is the bed right under the window or is it away from the window so you can stand at the window and look out? I have seen it pictured both ways on the Princess website.If you have the room set up as twins, you can stand between the beds and look out. If set up as a queen the bed is centered under the window.
If you have the room set up as twins, you can stand between the beds and look out. If set up as a queen the bed is centered under the window.That's what I was afraid of. Thanks for the response.
If you have the room set up as twins, you can stand between the beds and look out. If set up as a queen the bed is centered under the window.That wasn't the case with my sister's stateroom, E311, on the Golden Princess. They had the bed made up as a queen and it was against the wall, not underneath the window. Great obstructed view, they looked over a shorter lifeboat. She saw whales and orcas from her stateroom!
We put a hold on E401 this past Friday (Grand Princess) and from the diagrams it shows no lifeboats outside. There are several cabins like this and also some further back on the ship. Your pictures are showing a lot of machinery and paraphenalia outside. I'm wondering if it is the same on the Grand as on the Golden. Our travel agent did call Princess directly and they told her "they didn't know." Has anyone actually booked that cabin? I don't want to put a deposit on it until I actually know what gives. Thanks a lot. The pictures are a huge help.Your 401 cabin doesn't have a lifeboat in front of it, but there's a lot of "tackle" of one kind or another in front of the E cabins in the middle like that. We checked this out on the Star last Fall since we were planning to book on the Golden for Hawaii. I booked us into 415, which looks over the front of one of the small boats, since this looked to me to be less obstructed than the one in the middle.
KooljammingThanks for finding the humor above all in my posts. I was just reminded how unnecessarily cruel some posters on CC can be. Thanks for making me smile. Just for you, our ships going by!
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the photos. I know how
rushed we all on the day of disembarking and for you to do this, a big thanks.
I relied on your photos when we booked our aft cabin on the Star and it made me so excited and looked forward to our cruise.
We past your ship, we were on the Star as you entered Tracy Arm. Okay, which passengers yelled the loudest? By the way I love your sense of humor, enjoy reading your postings.
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