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catl331

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  1. We leave a bag on the bed when we go to dinner and so far we've always gotten it back in less than 24 hours ... but they only promise 2 days.
  2. I doubt that very much. The smoking area is two decks up and about 50 feet forward. The two in the center (7136,7145) are the longest inside and outside. 7138 and 7147 are next longest, and 7140 and 7149 are the shortest. But the size difference between 7138 and 7149 is very small.
  3. It seems to me that on all itineraries they try to get into international waters (12 miles out) as quickly as possible in order to open the casino. 😀
  4. Cabins forward of mid-ship next to the turtle-shell lifeboats (4055>4092) are less obstructed than those aft of center (4093>4130) that are next to the taller tender lifeboats. Many pictures here: http://halfacts.com/signature-class/
  5. I don't think crew would normally be out there while the ship is moving. We've had a couple of the G or H cabins and have never seen anyone out there even when the ship was stationary. I don't think it happens often.
  6. We've had two inside, one on K'dam and one on Disney Dream. The one on K'dam was far better. We were in the MDR, upper level, and there most people sat and listened, although some talking could be heard. On the Dream it was a total joke where we were in the main showroom. There were at least four (and possibly as many as six) groups, two on the upper level where we were two or more on the lower level. Each boat captain (?) had a bull horn and all were talking at the same time! Added to that noise were many passengers talking loudly. We left feeling that in a real emergency there would be pure chaos!
  7. Then ship time had changed, and the Navigator was simply in error.
  8. Not from ebay, but we've picked up a couple at flea markets because at one point we were trying to get one for each ship in the fleet.
  9. 3.75" Delft-style ceramic tiles in many designs. Examples can be seen on ebay: https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2334524.m570.l1313.TR1.TRC0.A0.H1.Xholland+america+tiles.TRS1&_nkw=holland+america+tiles&_sacat=0&LH_TitleDesc=0&_odkw=holland+america+tiles&_osacat=0
  10. Exactly 25%. Neptunes are 18 ft wide, Signatures 13.5
  11. catl331

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    What ship or class? On N.A. Lower Prom IS deck 2.
  12. I've never seen anyone checked or refused, but they do ask us to RSVP so that they will have an approximate head count. If too many extra people are brought along there could be a problem of not enough places set up.
  13. You get a "telephone concierge" and double Mariner credits. That's about it. No laundry, no priority boarding/tendering, no coffee machine.
  14. How many of those were from one pier to another?
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