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If you are concerned about seasickness, select a cabin in the middle of the ship and on a middle deck. If you want quiet, stay away from cabins under late-night public areas, by laundries, and near elevators and stairs, which may be loud at times. Inside cabins have no windows and are typically the smallest and least expensive cabins on the ship, whereas suites have sizable balconies and are generally the larger cabins.