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Seany527

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About Seany527

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Saratoga Springs, New York
  • Interests
    Cruising and Golden Retrievers
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    NCL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Curaçao and Martinique

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  1. Do you have to pay for the cruise in full with the AMEX Plat card or can I split it between two cards like AMEX and Visa?
  2. I tend to only book a cruise if there is an aft facing balcony (sunset verandah) open. If all are sold out, I will usually look for another sail date. It would have to be a unique itinerary for me to sail on a ship and not be aft. The views and size of the balcony is what I enjoy the most about them.
  3. I would choose Grenada. If you’re a frequent cruiser, the probability of another cruise and itinerary going to Bonaire is higher than Grenada.
  4. As others have said, close contact can be the same ship excursion or even sitting at the same bar together a few days earlier. Your Sea Pass card is really what they are tracking. Trace the cards that align with the positive cases and pull the video footage.
  5. I remember reading it or hearing it from an interview as well, but it was probably about a year ago now. I expect there will be some changes to keep it looking fresh, but I don’t expect there to be a complete overhaul.
  6. I’m going on the Equinox in August. This will be my second cruise with Celebrity so I’m really looking forward to it. 😁
  7. I’ll post the remaining ones tomorrow. You watch a brief video in your stateroom and then head to your muster station. Someone then demonstrates how to put on a life jacket and then you go to another person who scans your sea pass card. They give you a little green stick to put on your card to signify you completed the drill.
  8. And to quote myself, randomly today the premium beverage upgrade for $12 per person appeared in my vacation planner. Maybe Celebrity is reading this board 😅
  9. You’re very welcome. You will have a great time. I believe you paid $21 because you had not yet upgraded to the premium beverage package. Once you have the premium beverage package, which is $12 per day, then it’s only $9 per day for Drinks and more (which is what I paid). It’s essentially a wash in pricing. If you did over pay, it was by just a couple of dollars total.
  10. It was for an August 15 sailing.
  11. I would like to know this answer as well. I’m 46 days out and although I see the option to upgrade to premium, it’s at the higher rate. I thought there was an option to pay $12 pp per day if you booked under “always included.”
  12. Omg. I’m so glad someone asked about this package. I didn’t want to start a new thread to complain, but this package was such a huuuuge hassle when I used it last week on the Millennium. The cost to upgrade for me was $9 per person, per day and included $50 per person in the casino. Day 1, our room steward had no record of this being purchased. All I had for proof was the billing receipt on my phone. He tried to tell me that although I upgraded to the premium beverage package, it didn’t include drinks from the mini bar. I tried to explain to him that it was a separate pa
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