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Cabins on Emerald Princess

Discussion in 'Princess Cruises' started by Cruiser11, Nov 23, 2007.

  1. Cruiser11

    Cruiser11 Guest

    Does anyone know which balconys are fully covered and which are not? Is it according to the deck or price. Will appreciate your answers.
  2. The Cruiser

    The Cruiser Guest

    Fully covered balconies are:


    Half Covered:



  3. Cruiser11

    Cruiser11 Guest

    Thanks so very much!!
  4. Gayle V

    Gayle V Guest

    Hello Cruiser11,

    Don't forget about the Emerald deck.

    Near the aft of the Emerald deck are a few minisuites whose balconies are totally covered. We've booked one for the Great Escape in February. The cabin we've booked, E731 has an extra large balcony too, so we are really looking forward to it.
  5. Gayle V

    Gayle V Guest

    This is a photo of the Crown princess that helps show which decks are covered and which not. (The Crown and Emerald are nearly identical) If you notice the short section of verandahs near the aft of the ship, and on the same level as the life boats, that is the Emerald Deck mini-suites. The only mini-suites that are covered.


    This photo is closer and clearly lets you see that the verandahs of the last cabin in the row on Emerald and Dolphin deck are much larger.


    This is a photo of the Emerald Princess itself. It’s a little farther away, but you can see it’s exactly the same as the crown.

  6. Cruiser11

    Cruiser11 Guest

    Thanks and enjoy your cruise.
  7. cruisebuddy

    cruisebuddy Guest

    We just got back yesterday. We were on the Caribe deck (deck 10), and noticed the deck below us was uncovered. Didn't notice that for a long time, so I hope others are aware before they book.
  8. redheadmo

    redheadmo Guest

    We've booked our first balcony today (inside before) and we never thought about it being covered or not. We have booked on Aloha deck and glad to see that it is covered, so this means you can sit out in all weathers?
  9. We book a mini-suite to give us a bit more space. We like a location between the atruim and the forward elevators. That puts us on Dolphin Deck. While we would prefer a covered or partially covered balcony, We accept the uncovered balcony to get our choice of space and location. So far, the fact that our balcony has been uncovered has not casued us any problems.
  10. Einstein

    Einstein Guest

    and here is a side view from the Bridge of the Emerald that will give U some perspective as well.




  11. sidari

    sidari Guest

    Good to see the pictures of the rear cabin verandahs which we guess will be the same on the Ruby, but does anyone possibly have a photo taken from the Bridge deck of L106 or 107 ? which are the cabins at the end of the Lido deck and Front the walk on Bridge deck?


    Dave and Kerry.
  12. brucebrokaw

    brucebrokaw Guest

    We are on the Emerald Princess for the Baltic cruise sailing June 25th. WE have had balconey rooms many times but first time an aft room(B756) How is it looking aft all the time?
  13. Conniemc

    Conniemc Guest

    A picture is truly worth a thousand words.
    Wish I'd known I'd never see the ocean from the high decks of Ruby, just people's heads.
    Great pics!! Covered the subject very well. :thumb
  14. Cruise cutie

    Cruise cutie Guest

    :grin it's JUST fine to be Aft... =love we did a Back to Back in Baja 755 Aft in February on Emerald Princess...
    SIGH.. they got us off ship after 20 days kicking and screaming and p*ssing and moaning!!.OMG that sailing was awesome!!...it was our first AFT....:thumb..

    !!..AND!!..and it's on our Re-Book list as a Back to Back in February 2011!!...:grin....enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!! ..:)..Joanne
  15. Conniemc

    Conniemc Guest

    Glad you had a good time Joanne! :daisy

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