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Does anyone have any experience with a stateroom on Deck 3 of Silhouette?  I have read about horrible noises on some ships that keep people awake at nights.

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Will be curious as well, as we will be on a 2021 Baltic cruise on the Reflection - same rooms.  Doesn't look like we will be under any area with great activity, but you never know...

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At the top of the webpage there is a forum for cabins on the M-class ships.  It provides a bunch of info on where it’s located, noise etc.

 

They can be organized by room number so you can see what your specific room is like. 

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27 minutes ago, Saab4444 said:

..Beside the fact that both are not M class ships!

Haha. My bad. Don’t know why I thought M-class. 😀

 

Its the S-class ships.  ☺️

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Our favourite cabins on S class ships are 3154 & 3162, deck 3 just behind the Passport Bar.

They are ocean view with the bed by the window.

We have never been disturbed by noise, and find them incredibly handy for nipping out for a quick G&T while getting ready for dinner, accessing the MDR, and nipping to Cafe al Baccio on deck 5.

I wouldn't have a problem in a cabin on the other corridor, or an ocean view close to the top of the corridor. (my personal preference is to be not too far down a corridor)

 

Hope this helps.

Cheers, heather 🥂

 

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We were in cabin # 3147 last winter on a 21 day BTB and every night there was a very load banging noise.  Many different personnel came to the room to listen and finally an engineer said it was the waves hitting against the ship.  They offered to change our cabin and we were moved to a higher and much quieter deck.  

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Don't forget Sihouette is currently in dry dock being "revolutionized".  Although experiences from the ship before the chages may be useful it is entirely possible that things will have changed once she is re-furb'ed.

 

(Although waves on the hull won't..!)

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I've never had a cabin that low - but last year on a rough cruise the water was hitting the windows in Luminae which is on the 4th deck.  I must admit I quite liked it - but other guests did find it difficult to cope with.

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I have been on the third deck about 8 cabins from the passport bar and had no issues. made for a nice meeting spot early before dinner and at the end of the night

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6 hours ago, Cruise a holic said:

If the ocean is rough, does the water come up to the window?  That might make me nauseous.

that won't happen

 

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10 hours ago, NanPop135 said:

that won't happen

 

On deck 3 it absolutely will in the right conditions 

 

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2 hours ago, BigAl94 said:

On deck 3 it absolutely will in the right conditions 

 

Not for me!  Deck 8 and above!

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Our favorite cabin on deck 3 of the Silhoutte is #3160.  It's an inside cabin which is very close to the Passport Bar.  We have been in this cabin several times and have it booked again on the 2/14/20 cruise.  It's always quiet and easy to get from there to anyplace on the ship,  In the afternoon after getting ready for dinner, the Passport Bar area serves as a nice "living room" until my DH is ready to go.  Highly recommend.

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I stayed in 3150 on a 12-night Baltics cruise and liked it a lot. In particular, as others have noted, the proximity to the Passport Bar is a plus, and although there will be music in the foyer area, it never managed to be noticeable once I was in my cabin.

 

I also liked that upon returning from excursions, I could just dash up one flight rather than have to wait for an elevator with 200 others.

 

I would happily stay there again.

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