From My Balcony: Marine Marvels

There were dozens of them, dophins off the starboard side of Regatta, as the ship sailed through the Bay of Biscay on a sunny day in September. Another good reason to book a balcony stateroom if it fits within your budget.

3 Responses to From My Balcony: Marine Marvels

  1. M Pribyl November 4, 2009 at 10:06 am #

    Balconies are great but the photo also illustrates a downside of balconies. if your cabin is on the port side, you’ll miss the whole show and won’t even know it was happening until people tell you about it at dinner!

    Best to be up and about so you’ll notice if everyone starts heading for the starboard side.

  2. David C November 6, 2009 at 6:34 am #

    Been on many cruises. Usually get a exterior cabin. Went on Alaska Cruise–got a balcony. Talk about spectacular. You have your exclusive spot on the ship to photograph the glaciers. All the while, you can be eating room service breakfast and coffee. If you go to Alaska, save up for the balcony. What you will not spend on shore excursions will cover the cost.

    • Ralph November 7, 2009 at 1:48 am #

      Good point. Always good to upgrade to a balcony, particularly in places of such beauty.

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