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2 hours ago, 57redbird said:

I like being on the left side (port) for that reason ---- I like watching the arrival & departure of the ship.

But as discussed here many times, the ship can dock on either side. It doesn't only dock on the "port" side. I agree with the others, side of the ship only matters in less than 10 specific locations in the world, like sailing into or out of Venice, for example. And that is only for a few hours on a specific day, usually. 

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