Hidden Decks

They are called Hidden decks yet they are not hidden at all.  Usually on deck 6,7,8 depending on the ship.  They are forward on the ship facing the bow.  You get a straight ahead view being out there and cool for pulling into port.  Ever go out on them?

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Yes.

Deck 10 in the Island Princess.

Yes on the Princess Cruise to Alaska

Did not realize until our last cruise.  Amazing place to watch the Caribbean sunset!  Breath taking!

  Yep.  I didn't know about them until I was reading some reviews.

 

Regal and Royal Princess turned the hidden deck into balcony cabins on the top two decks -- got one reserved for next April!

Wont that be extremely windy to sit out on?  Or sea spray all over the place?

Didn't know about this.  Thanks for the tip.  Will definitely have to check out in November - Carnival Glory.

You wont find them on the ships deck plan.  But if you go forward on a deck that has access to one.  You open one door and close it then go through another door to the outside.  Try deck 6 or 8 on Glory.

I think so.. Is that where the helapad is? I may have gone out there one time on my first cruises after clubbing. 

They're on decks 15 and 16, so sea spray won't be a problem. The wind may be a problem depending on wind direction, but probably not too bad unless we are heading straight into the wind. So far up and forward, ship movement might be a bit more drastic than I am used to, but it doesn't bother me too much.

 

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