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  1. Around the pool, the air circulates fine.
  2. The deck 3 area off the lobby is a GREAT place to relax and enjoy the water going by.
  3. Question is when will they take ownership and will there be a European season or TA.
  4. details: https://carnival-news.com/2019/09/19/carnival-receives-approval-for-major-expansion-of-terminal-f-at-portmiami-to-accommodate-its-excel-class-ship-for-arrival-in-2022/
  5. The Mardi Gras's yet to be named sister ship will be home-ported in Miami.
  6. not that I would know, but on a ship registered in a foreign country with employees from another country, why would 1099 or IRS regs come into play.
  7. It sure is, storms are a plus for no one, make no mistake about that.
  8. They certainly have a few, that said and without looking further into it, my guess is that Royal has about the same size and more or less age in their fleet. NCL not so much.
  9. Sounds like many are not the sharpest tools in the shed. Anyone who complains about losing something after the fact that insurance covers falls on deft ears.
  10. Thanks for updating us, sounds like everyone is enjoying and thinking about their upcoming “free” cruise, kudos to Carnival for stepping up the plate and delivering.
  11. I have been on about as many and never felt that all, interesting view. Maybe it is because there is a different view of officers and being on customer decks than we have seen on other cruise lines. I sincerely doubt Carnival has a different proportion of officers than other lines, or even what they do, but I have no facts to either prove or disprove.
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