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Cabins on Lindblad's National Geographic Explorer Antarctica

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We will be traveling February 2011 on the National Geographic Explorer to Antarctica, Falklands, S. Georgia. We have the "lowest" possible category, Category I in the front of the ship....so we will feel the movement and we will only have a porthole - cabin 304. We can take a "mid/rear ship cabin #336 which has a full window. Does anyone have any experience with either of these or similar ca bins on the National Geographic Explorer?

thanks any suggestions would be appreciated. Linda

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