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Old March 12th, 2006, 09:39 PM
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Question Summit Cabin 7002

Is cabin 7002 (and 7003) really shaped like this deck plan shows? The deck plan makes it almost look like a "roommate" cabin. One side for one person and the other side for the other person.
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We stayed in cabin 7003. It is shaped like the diagram. When you go into the room, your bathroom is on one side and directly in front of you is approx 4 "closets". Lots of room to hang up your clothes and store things. When you enter the room, you have two chairs and a small table under the porthole. You also have a sofa. The bed in our case was a queen with a dressing table/desk against the far wall. The room was very spacious for the price. Although the beds can be seperated, it would not be on opposite sides of the room.

You are directly under the bridge so it is very quiet at all times except when they are lowering/raising the anchor - it is a bit noisy then but overall we enjoyed it.

The only other con is that it seemed to be a long walk to the cabin from everywhere.


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Old March 12th, 2006, 11:44 PM
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Desiree, thanks for the response. I have been studying the deck plans of the Summit. I like to keep looking at them before a cruise so I have a little bit of a feel of where where things are when I get on the ship. I started looking at some of the odd cabin shapes and it peaked my curiousity.
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Hi Barry,

Three weeks ago we were in Cabin 7001 on the Constellation , this cabin was larger than normal but your cabin is even larger and will be very quiet. No passenger traffic whatsoever. Believe when I say you won't be bumping into anything inside the cabin.

There weren't any ports that required the anchor(s) to be dropped so we never heard a thing, hopefully your itinerary will be the same.

Enjoy your cruise.

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PS - Granted that most of the restaurants are midship and aft but your deck is located with buffering decks between the theater and Aquaspa. Besides, the exercise is a good excuse for eating more food when you get to the restaurants
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Is sure it. My in-laws were in there on our 1st cruise and it was a great room. I tried to get them to switch with us but they wouldn't go for it.
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Does anyone know what is in the white areas just across the hall from 7002 and surrounding 7038 and 7032? Would they be noise producers?
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If memory serves me, it's simply a storage and utility area for the cabin stewards. I don't remember and noise from that area.
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I do recall passing by a storage area where they kept liquor and champagne, but that was on the opposite side (PORT) of the cabins you were asking about.
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Woo-Hoo, do they ever forget to close that door? Don't take me seriouslyu---just trying to add a little levity!
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I did ask for a sample one day when they were replenishing the supplies and was told that there weren't any available. Can you imagine that!
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Imagine that! Why, I would just have jumped ship at the instant!
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[quote=soonercruisers]Hi Barry,

Three weeks ago we were in Cabin 7001 on the Constellation , this cabin was larger than normal but your cabin is even larger and will be very quiet. No passenger traffic whatsoever. Believe when I say you won't be bumping into anything inside the cabin.

There weren't any ports that required the anchor(s) to be dropped so we never heard a thing, hopefully your itinerary will be the same.

Enjoy your cruise.

Soonercruisers,
We're booked for a B2B (Baltic and Britain) in July in cabin 7000 on the Connie. How do you think we will stand 28 days up front? Looking at the floor plan, it seems to be a little more spacious that the other cabins. The window looks forward. We've even joked on another board that our friends are welcome to come up and help steer the ship. Something was said about women drivers.

Any further comments on that cabin??
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The white area is storage for the stewards etc There was also an area that they stored items in. I agree - you will not be bumping into anyone up there. We never saw anyone when we stayed in 7003. Our trip had almost all tenders so we did hear that but other then that - it was a great room VERY spacious for the price.

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Cecil,

We didn't stay in your cabin 7000, we had the one next door. You'll have plenty of space to strecth out and not hit any walls. As soon as you open the cabin door you'll have a small alcove area for your luggage on the left hand side. No need to store it under the bed(s) or in the closet.The dresser table will be all by itself on the far wall, the nightstands and bed will be on the wall opposite the window with a small sofabed, two chairs and a small table. . You'll have a forward facing window and as mentioned earlier you're directly under the bridge. No noise whatsoever from above. The only drawback may be a little more ship movement in rough seas as you are at the bow of the ship. We had terrific weather during our Carribean cruise and didn't hear or feel a thing even when we docked at six ports.

The only strange incident to report was a call we received from the Pursers Desk the second evening of the cruise requesting that we close our drapes in the evening when we had the cabin lights all illuminated. Apparently the light from our cabin was interferring with the navigation of the ship! We wrote this one off as a serious request and never did pursue the validity of the call and the logic of it. If it was a prank it worked or maybe it was a nice way of saying we have a camera outside on the bow and we can peer into your cabin unbeknowst to us.

Enjoy your cruise and as mentioned in the previous response a lot of cabin for the money, surely larger than the 170 sq. ft. as listed for this category.

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Frank,
Thanks for the response. It sounds like a nice place to spend 28 days. Strange about the light from the window. Maybe its like having the overhead light on in the car at night. Only 3 more months to go. Tick.....tick......
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The only strange incident to report was a call we received from the Pursers Desk the second evening of the cruise requesting that we close our drapes in the evening when we had the cabin lights all illuminated. Apparently the light from our cabin was interferring with the navigation of the ship! We wrote this one off as a serious request and never did pursue the validity of the call and the logic of it. If it was a prank it worked or maybe it was a nice way of saying we have a camera outside on the bow and we can peer into your cabin unbeknowst to us.

Frank,

We had the same thing happen to us. On the first night out - we had opened our curtains to see if we could see any lights in the distance. (we were in 7002). About 10 pm, there was a knock at the door and a gentleman (not sure of his position but definitely worked for the cruise line) asked if he could come close our curtains for us. My first thought was "wow! talk about service! and then it occured to me - how did they know our curtains were open? I asked and he informed me that our light was distracting the bridge. (From a previous bridge tour on another cruise line - we learned that the bridge is in total darkness at night in order to see as far in the distance as possible).

So it wasn't a prank but it sure threw me for a minute. It was our first cruise on X and I thought the service was going a bit far at first!

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Desiree,

Thanks for clearing up the lighting problem interferring with the bridge. At first we thought we have serious navigation issues if our cabin lights were jeopardizing the safety of the ship. Glad it wasn't a Candid Camera peeking in our window.

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I never thought of a camera being a possibility but I could see where it might be. I know when I watched the view from the bridge it was funny to be able to look out my window and see the same thing.

We were on the Disney Cruise Line this past summer and took a bridge tour. As we were looking everything over, my 8 year old daughter noticed that every spot had a flashlight. I told her that it must be for in case of an emergency but she bravely asked the question - what are the flashlights for? and we were informed that lights are always out on the brdge for being able to see. It never occured to me that the captain/crew couldn't see out the window if the bridge was lit up!

You would think that those cabins would have a small sign/plaque near the window adving to keep the curtains shut in the evening so that poor crew member doesn't have to drag himself back and forth to the room to inform the occupant!

Have a great evening!

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I'm sure RL will keep the light out so she can steer the ship. I prefer to keep the light out anyway for other reasons.
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Hi all - just booked 7003 - can anyone tell me if there is just one window or 2? Someone mentioned there might be 2?
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