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Old 12-27-2011, 03:45 PM   #1
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Can someone tell me whatWhat is a Oversized Private Verandah - Some with Whitewall?

Can someone please tell me what is a What is a Oversized Private Verandah - Some with Whitewall? And does anyone have a pic of one?
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On the Dream/Fantasy, there aren't any verandah's with the solid white wall. Oversized verandah's are just that, larger than a normal size one.
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Old 12-27-2011, 03:50 PM   #3
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On the Dream/Fantasy, there aren't any verandah's with the solid white wall. Oversized verandah's are just that, larger than a normal size one.
Well this is a woef for word quote from trying to book the Fantsay that the cabin we are looking at is a Oversized Private Verandah - Some with Whitewall?
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Here's an extensive thread with pics of cabins on the Dream: http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2586763


I've seen that description for the Dream/Fantasy and from people that have stayed in those cabins and posted pics from the Dream there is not a whitewall. We have one of those cabins booked for next month and it definately has a very large verandah and no whitewall.
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Here's an extensive thread with pics of cabins on the Dream: http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2586763


I've seen that description for the Dream/Fantasy and from people that have stayed in those cabins and posted pics from the Dream there is not a whitewall. We have one of those cabins booked for next month and it definately has a very large verandah and no whitewall.
what are the cabin numbers for those cabins? I have not booked just yet.
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what are the cabin numbers for those cabins? I have not booked just yet.
There are many cabins with the oversized verandah's. Most of the very aft cabins have them. There are also other cabins along the sides that have the oversized verandah's.
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There are many cabins with the oversized verandah's. Most of the very aft cabins have them. There are also other cabins along the sides that have the oversized verandah's.
Ok ok so there are a very limited number of them? So is $3600 a good price for one for 3 in the cabin?
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Ok ok so there are a very limited number of them? So is $3600 a good price for one for 3 in the cabin?
If you feel comfortable paying that amount then it's a good price. Plus it would depend on the time of year you are looking at booking. But you can also look at the same category at another time of year to see what the price is and compare to the one you are looking at to see if the price looks good to you.
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If you feel comfortable paying that amount then it's a good price. Plus it would depend on the time of year you are looking at booking. But you can also look at the same category at another time of year to see what the price is and compare to the one you are looking at to see if the price looks good to you.
That is for Oct of 2013
I comparied it to say April and April was MUCH more....Is there a good TA that gives better rates for DCL?
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That is for Oct of 2013
I comparied it to say April and April was MUCH more....Is there a good TA that gives better rates for DCL?
DCL does not allow TA's to discount cruises, so prices will be the same no matter who you book with. But some TA's will give an onboard credit or an onboard gift as a 'thank you' for booking thru them.

Dreams Unlimited sponsors the boards and does offer onboard credit for booking thru them. You can look at their website to see what amounts they offer.
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