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Mariner OTS Balcony vs Spacious


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Hi fellow cruisers!

I'm looking to book a cruise on the Mariner OTS for this coming fall.  I'm a bit confused in the difference between an ocean view balcony and a spacious ocean view balcony. Especially since the spacious specs seem a couple feet smaller from what I'm seeing, not to mention the spacious balconies are showing cheaper??  Can anyone help me out with what the difference between the 2 categories is?  Thanks so much!

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The "spacious" OV balcony is 203 sq. ft   the balcony is 42 sq. ft.   

 

The standard balcony is 198 sq. ft. and a 46 sq. ft. balcony.

 

So, overall, the standard cabin/balcony is 1 sq. ft smaller than the "spacious" cabin/balcony combo.  With the "spacious" you get more cabin space and a slightly less deep balcony.

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20 hours ago, cb at sea said:

The "spacious" OV balcony is 203 sq. ft   the balcony is 42 sq. ft.   

 

The standard balcony is 198 sq. ft. and a 46 sq. ft. balcony.

 

So, overall, the standard cabin/balcony is 1 sq. ft smaller than the "spacious" cabin/balcony combo.  With the "spacious" you get more cabin space and a slightly less deep balcony.

Thanks for the info!  I guess it really is just that tiny bit of difference.  So weird! Lol

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