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6. The right cabin is a retreat house after a busy day ashore, or just to get away. A long cruise will have you wanting to spend a relaxing time in your room, watching a TV-movie, or taking a nap.
7. Lots of people recommend cheapest inside cabin, because you won't be spending much time in there anyway. This might be true for short trips, but are you prepared for an inside cabin on lowest level.
8. Know your location. Cabin, balcony size, and cabin location vary significantly within same price range on any ship.
9. There's lot of cruise industry jargon you have to decipher.
10. Yes, there are obvious questions you should ask: Will I located below water line? Will I hear roar of ships engines from my cabin? Will I have enough room to turn around in my cabin? Will it be size of a walk-in closet, with no windows, a tiny bath, and bunk beds? Will I not be able to tell if it's day or night without going up several decks?
Explore what different types of cabins are, which locations are most desirable, and which locations you should avoid if possible. Pick right accommodations and you'll have a wonderful time, and get hooked on cruising.
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