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Cruise ship deck plans reviews

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I totally recommend you this site if you need to know what is what and where on a particular cruise ship (ocean and river ships, plus tracker of their positions)

http://www.cruiseshipdeckplan.com/

What is unique there is that it shows not only ship deck plans and cabin floor plans (most sites do) but it has extensive reviews of everything there is on those ships. The info is about cabins (layouts, types, sizes, in-suite amenities), facilities (activities) etc. The articles really look like cruise ship reviews, only the sugary (and more complicated :) words are missing. When it comes to information, I like concise and simple (easy to read).

Another cool feature there is the cruise ships tracker. At each page you can see the current location of the ship and its course according to the itinerary.

When you think of it, you can find all this info on the lines websites, and the ship deck layouts will be in better resolution. But details on facilities and activities are way fragmented on the official sites - especially of large lines like Carnival and RCI.

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