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  1. Here’s my guess: Harmony goes to Barcelona for the summer (as it’s time for her dry dock) then to Galveston in the fall. Oasis 5 goes straight to either PC or Miami in the spring, and the other ships shuffle around.
  2. Just like Vision/Enchantment is being replaced with Adventure, I see an Oasis Class replacing Liberty. Like you said, the demand is there, but it can be met with larger (not more) ships. I’ll gladly admit if I’m wrong though 😁
  3. Harmony will also have to head to Europe for a dry dock in 2021, so we’ll definitely see the Oasis Class ships shuffle around again.
  4. Last I saw, the terminal's projected completion date was fall 2021. Right now, it's only a guessing game as to where Liberty would go when an Oasis Class ship arrives.
  5. They updated the release schedule a few weeks back, pushing Australia and New Zealand to the week of April 1.
  6. The shorter cruises seem to be quite popular, so I think you're good to go. The new 2020-21 deployment has lots of options- 3/4N Bahamas from MIA/PC on Mariner/Navigator, 4/5N from Galveston on Adventure, 4/5N from Fort Lauderdale on Indy, 4/5N from Tampa on Brilliance, 5N from Miami on Explorer.
  7. I was looking at the port bookings as well. I find it interesting that she doesn't seem to call in a specific pattern. I see Tuesdays and Wednesdays at varying times, and not consistently every other week. If she picked up the 6/8 nighters, I know Adventure is offering some 8 nighters to the ABC islands, so she could pick those up too which could explain the inconsistent schedule. Can Odyssey fit at all the ABCs? Was also thinking about the terminal issue that was bought up earlier. Putting Odyssey at T29 seems to be an issue imo. The Saturday spot at T18 is open, however.
  8. Explorer’s Amplified dry dock is scheduled for May 2020.
  9. Nothing beyond April 2021. These are additional seasonal Caribbean itineraries for winter 2020-21 that were released today.
  10. Safe to say Odyssey will be doing the 6/8 night itineraries.
  11. Look, I love the idea of a large ship with lots of amenities and innovations doing the short cruises, but the pool deck just looks so "fake" to me. I just don't know why they had to add all of those tacky decorations. I much prefer how they handled Mariner's amplification.
  12. Supply and demand. This is in part due to the fact that there are only 2 Oasis Class ships sailing from Florida during summer 2020. In 2019, there are 3. Prices could change, but that is unpredictable.
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