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although we have been on  several cruises with p&o, last one in feb on ventura ,we are going on aurora in sept for the first time on c deck with balcony, anyone  been on this deck ?,

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We have just returned from our first cruise on Aurora after several on the bigger P&O ships, we were on A deck in a balcony cabin which will be identical to your's, albeit our's was an accessible cabin.  We liked a lot about the ship but did feel that it was a little claustrophobic compared with the bigger ships we are more used to, but that might have been because my wife uses a wheelchair and there is quite a bit less room to manoeuvre in most of the venues due to Aurora's smaller size, but AB passengers would not face the same problems .  The cabin was fine, similar in size to Azura/ventura but with a sofa rather than the little chair.  We were disappointed with the balcony, it's not dissimilar to Britannia's in size, but the cutout does reduce the amount of sun on the balcony and we had cooler weather in the Med than normal for the time of year, which did reduce our sitting out time quite a bit.  Most cabins have benefited from new larger widescreen TV's, unfortunately our's still had the smaller 23" one, our bathroom was a wet room style so would not be comparable to your's.   There did not seem to be any more noise from the next door cabins, and we were near the forward stairs so had cabins above and below us, so no noise from the lido pool area, the forward cabins on C deck also have cabins below them, and the venues on the rest of D deck, should not be too noisy.

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We are on her next week on A deck we like the high deck we were on this ship for the new year cruise, but she has now had a refit becoming adults only, so don’t know if that will make any difference apart from new carpets, and chairs.

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