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More Grandeur 8588 (hopefully figured out how to post picture in thread!)

 

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Lovely afts, thank you. 2 months from now we'll be in 1388 on Adventure. Can't wait!

 

 

We had that same room on Adventure. It was great!

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Did you have to ask for the lounger chairs or were they already there? We'll be in 1100 on the Radiance. Can't wait. It's our first aft and our first junior suite.

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You will love 1388 It is identical to 1688 when had on Mariner. You won't know what to do with all of the room. And you gotta luv to pole:rolleyes:.

 

Enjoy

Keeping up the Pilates to improve my core strength!

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There's lots of aft in that picture!

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There's lots of aft in that picture!

 

It is actually a forward facing balcony on the NCL Jade.

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:eek:

 

 

 

What ship is this?

 

Mmmm' date=' Is there a pole in every stateroom? :o..:p[/quote']

 

This is Mariner of the Seas. Cabins 1688 and 1388 on all Voyager class ships have the poles, but I don't think it's a standard cabin amenity in all cabins:p:)

 

The cabins are on deck 10, in the corner, so the pole is part of the support structure.

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Looking forward to seeing photos of 9394 on the Navigator of the Seas. That is one of the four Royal Family Suites.

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Lovely afts, thank you. 2 months from now we'll be in 1388 on Adventure. Can't wait!

 

Just returned from Adventure, kids and spouses had 1388 and 1688 (we had 1694 between them) and those cabins are huge for a Balcony Cabin, would say nearly the size of a regular Junior Suite. Our Junior Suite was also much bigger than the regular Junior Suite, and our balcony was massive.

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