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  1. NM Traveller: no worries about traveling with non snorkelers. It is an optional activity. For the beach snorkels, they take place after the island hike, so non-snorkelers can go back on board or just stay on the beach while others snorkel. There are tenders going back and forth regularly so whenever she wants to head back she can. For the deep water snorkels, many just stay on board. On our cruise in August I want to say that perhaps a third to half of us did the deep water ones. So your wife will be fine hanging out on board with all the new friends you are sure to meet there 🙂
  2. Galapagosbound: definitely check the Recently Returned thread pinned at the top of the Flora roll call, lots of good info there. We rinsed out our wetsuits after every snorkel and I think I heard that they disinfect between cruises but not 100% sure. The wetsuits are short sleeved. We were very grateful that we brought something to wear underneath as in August the water was cold. There is a recent posting in that thread with average water temps, but ours was definitely colder than what is listed. Still you are only in for 40 minutes and it’s so amazing that sometimes you forget you are cold. I
  3. You won’t regret it...We loved the Coral for our Alaska trip last August, below is my post from earlier this year explaining why. And thanks all for the info on the club mini suites vs. non club. We are looking at a Norwegian fjords cruise next summer and was wondering about that. We always do mini suites on Princess as I want a somewhat comfortable place to sit when I am in my cabin!
  4. Thanks Bonnie! Sounds like fun! Got my white dress and am counting the days til our Dec 7 departure!
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