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  1. Men are required to wear long pants. It is on their website and when I called to confirm our reservation the man I spoke to said gentlemen are required to wear long pants, no shorts.
  2. We just did the Antarctica cruise on the Quest three weeks ago. There were three formal optional nights. As others have said, only a jacket is required, no need for a suit. My DH wore a navy blazer with slacks and a tie. A tie was not required, but he wanted an excuse to wear his new one.
  3. No, it is not the same. I know Verizon and AT&T work, but cell service only (voice calls and SMS texts), no data. It is expensive as well. Most of the upper end hotels have Wi-Fi and some eating establishments.
  4. Yes, Punta del Este was originally scheduled. The cruises from Santiago to Buenos Aires stop there. The reverse itinerary from BA to Santiago stops in Montevideo.
  5. For Penthouse only. Higher suites available for full fare.
  6. We used them for our Antarctic cruise we are currently on. We sent all of our heavy cold weather gear. This was the first time we had used them, but will definitely not be the last. You can track your luggage’s progress with the tracking number they give you. The bag was waiting for us in our suite when we boarded.
  7. I used Travel Guard for my upcoming Cuba cruise. I think it had to be submitted manually (paper) instead of electronically. My travel agent handled it. Sent from my iPad using Forums
  8. La Guarida Sent from my iPad using Forums
  9. We are on the Feb 18 out of Cienfuegos. Sent from my iPad using Forums
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