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About Nightrythm

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  1. It all looks like a proper spa to me. All the spa pictures I see show various little tubs and pools. How do you know one of them doesn't include jets?
  2. Why on earth would you expect prices beneath land-based operations? I would expect them to be the same as a big city, like they are on most other cruise lines.
  3. Sounds lovely. If only I were ready to shell out the bucks for a suite.
  4. I was more interested with Cuba on the itinerary. I am however, still very interested, but at this point I want to wait until they have a second ship. I'm hoping the prices will come down and they'll have some longer itineraries.
  5. I'm definitely interested in seeing where this goes. However, since I wanted to cruise with Virgin because they're different, the end of Cuba cruises is not a deal breaker. It's just very disappointing.
  6. It does not contain personal information. It contains a code, or a registration number, if you prefer. When you approach a reader on the ship, the reader connects that number with the file in the database. So on land, far from any readers connected to the company's database; no one will know anything about you, even if they read the code off the device.
  7. I'm excited by it. I think the scholarship is a great opportunity for young women.
  8. Absolutely. I'm turning 50 this year. My honey and I are both interested in going. Like you, I'm not ready to book anything the inaugural year, but I'm looking forward to what's coming next.
  9. Boycotts do work. I direct your attention to the fall of Apartheid in South Africa and to the unionization of the farm workers in California. These are merely two examples where the power of the purse was brought to bear on corporations/government and it made a difference.
  10. It looks like the court case is against the parent company and all its subsidiaries. So unless they've got another company somewhere, there's no where to transfer those assets to.
  11. I am not a lawyer either, but I work with them and have worked with my company on making sure we are GDPR compliant. GDPR does not apply to individuals. If someone wants to argue that Twitter violates GDPR by allowing these pictures to be posted, they can go have that legal fight in the EU. However, the individual posting is most definitely NOT bound by GDPR and is perfectly entitled to post newsworthy photos where they wish. Sure, it would be nice if they'd asked permission, but they don't have to; particularly under these circumstances.
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