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Old 11-26-2012, 10:53 PM   #1
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Steamer Trunk Spreadsheet?

I cannot seem to find a link to it; can anyone point me in the right direction?

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Also, was there a tip about the hallway carpet pattern, and if you look at them, you can tell what way you're facing?
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Old 11-26-2012, 11:49 PM   #2
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I cannot seem to find a link to it; can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thank you.

Also, was there a tip about the hallway carpet pattern, and if you look at them, you can tell what way you're facing?
There used to be a steamer trunk spreadsheet. But it apparently died a lonely death. It's no longer available. You could check the room reports, occasionally people will mention whether their room had a steamer trunk in it or not.

The tip had to do with the red half of the anchor in the carpet pattern facing forward. As I recall, it used to be set up that way, but various carpet replacements have changed that, so I wouldn't count on it.

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Old 11-27-2012, 06:58 AM   #3
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I cannot seem to find a link to it; can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thank you.

Also, was there a tip about the hallway carpet pattern, and if you look at them, you can tell what way you're facing?
A better tip for orientation on the classics is all the maps and elevators are on the forward walls of hallways. The elevators don't move so often as carpet. So if you're looking at a map it elevator, you're facing forward, starboard to your right, aft behind you and port (4 letters last letter t) is on your left (four letters last letter t)

But honestly, you'd be hard pressed to get lost. After a week, our kindergartener could walk us back to our room unerringly from nearly any part of the ship.
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Old 11-27-2012, 09:08 AM   #4
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WeLuvDCL sent me the original spreadsheet in 9/2010. I am working on updating it and will post an updated version when I'm done.
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WeLuvDCL sent me the original spreadsheet in 9/2010. I am working on updating it and will post an updated version when I'm done.
Thank you!!! We're 6311 and 6313 on the classic ships. Can you take a peek?
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A better tip for orientation on the classics is all the maps and elevators are on the forward walls of hallways. The elevators don't move so often as carpet. So if you're looking at a map it elevator, you're facing forward, starboard to your right, aft behind you and port (4 letters last letter t) is on your left (four letters last letter t)

But honestly, you'd be hard pressed to get lost. After a week, our kindergartener could walk us back to our room unerringly from nearly any part of the ship.
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Thank you!!! We're 6311 and 6313 on the classic ships. Can you take a peek?
Those rooms are not on the list.
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Steamer Trunk Spreadsheet (PDF) updated and revised from the original version.
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Why is this important? Is there something special about these? Can you tell anything else about the room from whether it has a steamer trunk or not?

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On the Magic & Wonder storage space can be a premium depending on how much you pack. Usually our suitcases fill up the closet as they are too big to fit under the beds (Dream & Fantasy beds are higher off the floor to accommodate suitcase storage).
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Thank you for updating the spreadsheet......I guess I won't be having a streamer trunk (5150) on my translantic.
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6060 on the Wonder has a single (it isn't on the list)
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Steamer Trunk Spreadsheet (PDF) updated and revised from the original version.
Thank you for updating the list!
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6060 on the Wonder has a single (it isn't on the list)
Thanks, 6060 has been added!
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{Figured it out!}

We were on the Magic in 6092 in Nov 2009 and it had a single steamer trunk, since there is no info in that box I thought I'd add it. It was very helpful since we were three adult women in one stateroom for a week!
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