Thursday, October 4, 2007

Picking The Best Cabin

When picking a cabin, the obvious reasoning by seasoned cruisers is like buying a house. Location location location. Most cruisers know that the middle of the ship should be the place to experience the smoothest ride, and that a cabin near the disco could be a bad choice if you are a light sleeper. But with the way ships are built bigger and with new technology, many of those problems and fears have been minimized. So, Erica Silverstein broke everything down in her article "How to pick the best cruise cabin." It gives insight into cabin size, decor, arrangement and even bathroom layouts. Find out who has the best inside cabins, cabins with balconies, and even suites.

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