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  1. HallsofVA

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    I posted this in the corner room thread, but thought I'd repost here so it's all in one place.

    Here's a good picture of the front side of the ship.
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    Can I mention first just how large these porthole windows are? Take a close look. The portholes are almost the same size as the verandah windows/doors. They are going to be quite large compared to the existing portholes!

    The top row of portholes has 7 portholes, but there are only 6 porthole rooms on the deckplan. The top right porthole looks like it falls into the gray space next to room 9500.

    The second row of portholes is Deck 8. The far right porthole on Deck 8 looks like room 8506/8008. The space next to it should be room 8504/8006, one of the corner rooms.

    The third row of portholes is Deck 7, and the far right porthole on the third row from the top is 7506/7008. The space next to that window should be the corner room 7504/7006.

    Deck 6, which I assume is the fourth row of portholes in the picture, has 8 windows. There are 5 rooms (3 8A rooms (6510/6012, 6512/6014, 6514/6016), 1 8D room (6508/6010), and 1 9A room (6506/6008)) that should all have side portholes. We'd previously heard that the 8A rooms would have 2 windows each, and that seems to be the case from the picture! Assuming the 9A (6506/6008) and 8D (6508/6010) rooms have 1 window each, then that leaves 6 windows for 3 8A rooms. The space to the right of the last porthole should be room 6504, a corner room.

    Deck 5 is the last row of portholes, and the 7 portholes lines up with the 3 8A rooms with 2 portholes each (5518/5018, 5520/5020 and 5522/5022) and 1 8D room (5516/5016)on that deck. You can see that the 8A rooms have 2 portholes since it appears that room 5518 has a light on, and you can see the light glowing through the 2nd window as well.
     
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  3. hilltopper72

    hilltopper72 Earning My Ears

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    We are in 6188 for the 7/10/11 cruise on the Dream. From the picture here, in post # 5, it looks like there is no wall on the left side looking at the last sliding glass doors on Deck 6 left- there is a large inside roon next to us with 2 Portholes but from the picture here we can stroll quite a ways to the left. Maybe a upcoming special veranda? Who knows but we are stoked to have this aft balcony. Charlie
     
  4. kay1864

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    Deck 2 is the second from the bottom in the picture below. Same size portholes as the rest of the ship.

    Deck 1 (crew) are the smaller portholes underneath.

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  5. HallsofVA

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    I actually have to agree with the other poster, that the Deck 2 portholes, do seem quite a bit smaller than the other portholes. I posted a picture above, where it appears the forward portholes are almost the same size as the verandah doors/windows, taking up most of the end of the room. However, from the picture posted, the large portholes in the dark part of the ship appear to be Deck 3, the smaller portholes under them appear to be deck 2, and the row of tiny portholes in pairs looks like Deck 1. So, while the 9B rooms on Deck 2 don't appear to have the two small portholes as on the current ships, they do seem to have much smaller portholes than the rest of the oceanview rooms do.
     
  6. lbuher

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    No, the portholes on Deck 2 are DEFINITELY smaller than the portholes on the decks above!
     
  7. HallsofVA

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    I agree!
     
  8. PRINCESS VIJA

    PRINCESS VIJA Viva Latvia!

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    Thank you! It sure is fun to locate your room!
     
  9. ppiew

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    In looking at the corner photo, it appears that the Royal Suite on deck 12 has a large white ladder obstruction. what gives with that??
     
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    Does anyone know why the verandahs look some much longer on the rooms next to the lifeboats? I have tried my hardest and can not figure out why our rooms looks different. We are in 5662. If anyone can help that would be great! Thanks!
     
  12. HallsofVA

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    I'm not sure what you mean by the verandahs looking longer? 5662 is the 2nd of the verandahs to the right of the porthole rooms on Deck 5, which is the lowest row of portholes shown. It connects to 5664, which is the room right next to the portholes, and you can see how there is currently little or no separation between those connecting rooms at the moment. The Deck 5 verandahs look slightly different at the moment, as it appears that they haven't installed the railing yet. I assume the railing will be the same as the deck above, but who knows.
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    If you're looking at a deck plan, it does appear that the verandahs on deck 5 are slightly smaller in print than the ones on Deck 6, but I assume that is just give the difference in scale between the two decks and how they are shown on paper (at least at the pdf deck plan I've been looking at.)
     
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    I'm sure that's temporary....just there for painting or cleaning windows or something.
     
  14. HallsofVA

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    I went back to look at this picture, given the post asking about the ladder, and realized that we have a great shot of the Rainforest Room in this picture!

    The curved section on the forward right side of the ship on Deck 11 is the Rainforest Room in the Senses spa. It's all lit up in the picture! From the deck plan, the rainforest room also includes the little flat area to the right of the curved section where the two little lights are. To the left of the curved rainforest room, the lit area that extends out of the picture is the Fitness Room.

    This is one part where the left side of the ship doesn't match the right side, as the left side opposite the rainforest room is Cat T and V concierge rooms.

    To the right of the rainforest room, and extending to the back edge of the Navigation wings is the Couples Villa. There should be a matching Couples Villa on the left side of the ship as well.

    Above the Couples Villa and extending to the front of the ship is the Royal Suite (12502/12002). The Cat V room 12504 seems to take up the space above the right side of the rainforest room where the wall is flat (not curved) (where the two little lights are.) Of course, this is right where the white ladder is at the moment, so hopefully it's a temporary thing as suggested by another poster.
     
  15. charlottebetty

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    Can anyone tell me if room 9668 or 9666 has an obstructed view I can't work out which cabins they are.I think I might be looking on the wrong deck.
     
  16. KingRichard

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    Whats with the 2 rooms that stick way out at the front of the ship?

    I wouldn't want one of those rooms right next to it. Deck 10

    They will have a great view of the beds in the rooms.
     
  17. Tweet

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    I was looking at a different picture. Do you think the life boats will be in our way standing on the verandah?
     
  18. HallsofVA

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    Are you asking about the wings that stick out on either side of the ship on Deck 10 (with small amounts extending onto Deck 9 and 11 space?) I assume those are the navigation wings that are used by the captain and crew when docking the ship. They have openings in the floor that allow them to look straight down at the water/dock as they are parking the ship. They exist on the current ships, though they aren't glass enclosed.
     
  19. HallsofVA

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    Look at this picture:
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    9668 is the last verandah room of the three to the left on the top row of porthole rooms, and 9666 is the verandah room next to it in the middle of the three. The room right next to the portholes (9664) appears to be quite obstructed from the picture, both from the rounded detailing, and from the cleaning platform currently positioned above it, but your two rooms appear fine.
     
  20. MomOf2DisneyKids

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    so... 6668 would be the 2nd row from the bottom of this pic and the 1st porthole from the left?? Thanks!
    Do you think this would be a good room??
     
  21. HallsofVA

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    I'm not sure if it'll be lifeboats in your way, or just the width of the ship or the white metal detailing that covers the top of Deck 4. It may depend on what the top of the wide bump out on the ship looks like. If you look at this picture, you can see where the ship sticks out significantly below Deck 5.
    From this angle, it's hard to imagine what you'd see from the verandah looking down other than the white bumpout. The second picture gives you a slightly better idea of how far it bumps out.

    Here's a curious thought, though. I wonder if they will extend the verandahs for the Deck 5 rooms that you are asking about, that fall above the Deck 4 bumpouts, to closer to the edge of the bumpouts. At first I assumed they wouldn't since that's not how it's shown on the deck plans, but if you look closely at the Deck 5 rooms in the 1st picture below, you see some things that stick out from the side and extend over the verandah. I assume that will be a support for the dividers between the verandahs. If the supports extend out that far, then perhaps the verandahs will extend out pretty far as well.

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