Answer: Greater motion will be felt the higher the deck and the nearer the bow or stern (front and back. The least sway is found on a low deck mid-ship.
Interestingly, cabins on higher decks tend to be more expensive and an "upgrade" is usually the same size cabin on a higher deck. Additionally, the most expensive suites tend to be at the bow and stern.
So , ironically, "the more you pay, the more you sway!"
Answer: If you have a social security number you could go to your local social security department and possibly find out what state your s.s.# was issued in. You then could notify the capital of this state and they would be able to assist you in obtaining your record of birth. Some states charge a minimal fee for getting a copy of your birth certificate. If you have no social security card, I would contact your state capitol for a copy of your birth certificate first then go to your social security office with the copy of your birth certificate to obtain a social security card. I hope this helps you.
Answer: A "legal copy" of your birth certificate is the copy that is filed with the "Bureau of VItal Statistics" or the Health Department of the jurisdiction in which you were born. Your parent(s) should have received a copy when you were born - but if you need a copy for yourself you must go to this location, in person, with adequate identification and rquest a copy. There will usually be a small administrative charge for this service. While you can make a photocopy of a legal birth certificate it unlikely to be accepted as "legal" because it will not have the raised/impressed seal that is affixed to genuine originals.
Answer: No, a birth certificate is NOT a proof of your identity: it is basically a proof of where and when you were born. Normally, a birth certificate can be used as a second form of ID, as long as the other form of ID is a picture ID, such as a drivers license, state issued identification card, and/or passport.
Answer: Depending on there the cruise goes it is often necessary to obtain and have with you many douments. A birth certificate or baptismal certificate used to be required by almost universal more stringent requirements have made this bit of paper almost useless. You should check with your travel agent to see if you need:
A valid passport
A valid visa for your destination
Records of immunization
Notes for permission to travel with underaged children
Answer: P&O cruises are nice, they provide 3 course meals in your cabin, with a lovely rosewater dish on the side. it is very romantic and they have a plasma screen in every room of the ship, iincluding the loo!!
Answer: The Island Princess cruise ship is a luxury ship that offers cruises to many destinations in and outside of the United States. European and Caribbean cruises tend to be the most popular choice of cruises.