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CRUISING New Zealand on SUN PRINCESS with a stop in Sydney

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    We are contemplating a 13 day cruise before Christmas. Anyone been on the Sun Princess.? Any tips.?:D

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    Just watched MASTERCHEF on The Sister Ship Dawn Princess. Magic.!

    Dr.Livingstone
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    What are the best cabins.?We,d like a Balcony one.? Which side of the liner is best.? Is there a Deck thats better than another.?

    Dr.Livingstone
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    Have you checked out CruiseCritic.com? You can ask questions on there and get a lot of good advice from well travelled cruisers. Also lots of reviews. I am using it for our upcoming cruise in July, Norwegian Fjords for 7 nights and have found out that a couple from just up the road from us are going to be on it, just amazing. 😀

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    I’ve only been on a cruise ship once, DrL.. that was back in 72 going to aussie. (it was cheaper to go by boat than flying back then.)

    ..anyway being in a cheap cabin it was on the ‘D’ deck (near the engine room.) Wot I learnt was the higher up your cabin is on a ship (ie the more expensive) – the more it sways when it gets rough. On deck it was really swaying.. but down below it was moving just a fraction.

    Guess it depends on pivot point location, eh.

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    We are off on SUN PRINCESS in fourteen days.We are looking for other Grownups on this Trip I have opened a Thread in FRIENDS And found one Grownup already on this 13 day Cruise.:D

    Dr.Livingstone
    Peoples Republic Of Christchurch

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