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  1. They are more often known for booking general travel, not cruises specifically. Someone previously gave a great hint.
  2. Everyone values things differently. Obviously, you wouldn't value the suite experience, and just as obviously many people would disagree with you.
  3. The sip and sale promo includes bar gratuities
  4. The Coral does have medallion net. $59.99 for our seven day cruise. No discount. https://www.princess.com/news/news_releases/2019/03/Princess-Cruises-Shares-Dates-For-Six-Ships-Adding-MedallionNet-the-Best-Wi-Fi-at-Sea-in-2019.html
  5. I believe the person who was referred uses it on their first cruise- their first with Princess. The person who referred them has to wait until after their friend has completed their cruise, unless they are on the SAME cruise.
  6. Your space is almost double the oceanview room. There are not a lot of perks associated with a window mini suite, beyond the extra room. There’s an extra chair, a sofa bed, and a tub and shower.
  7. https://www.cruisedeckplans.com/DP/deckplans/ov.php?ship=Caribbean-Princess&cabins=L101-L107 Here are the obstructed views on Emerald Deck. if you can get one with a more mild obstruction, I'd go for it.
  8. I noticed that too. Striking and government sanctions. Those work, boycotts do not.
  9. Of course they don't. Sometimes changes are made and people pat themselves on the back and ASSUME their boycott changed it. But it did not. Boycotts have only the most minuscule effect on a corporation, because almost nobody does it.
  10. Not I. I don't book cruises that I don't expect to take. Weird, I know.
  11. Historically late spring or early summer has been correct.
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