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How cool can you make the cabin at night? We usually sleep at 67-70F. And has anyone used the battery powered fans? I sleep with a small fan blowing directly on me at night.

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This varies by ship and cabin location. Balcony cabins with the curtains left open will heat up with sun shining into them.  

I've had interior cabins that became very cold.  So cold I woke up in the middle of the night and had to turn up the thermostat.  I've also had rooms where I left the thermostat at the coldest position and it remained there the whole time.  Most of the time I find a daytime position and a slightly colder nighttime position since I like a cooler (but not freezing) room at night.

On some ships cabins are serviced in groups.  If one cabin leaves their balcony open it can reduce cooling for that group of cabins.  

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4 hours ago, AJK said:

We have an interior Promenade View room on Indy. Fingers crossed it has cold air!

We had one on explorer and indy and were able to make it as cold as we liked during the night. This was in the Med when it was in the 90s (35c) outside. 

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