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  1. We enjoyed staying in one on a couple different ships, but I'd suggest to make sure not to get a connecting stateroom unless you're going with family (or even then) - we had one of those and I could hear the neighbors fighting all week long. Definitely much noisier LOL. Here's a youtube video of 7591 on Adventure someone posted in December 2020:
  2. We sailed on both in 1994 (ancient history!) - a 16 night PC on the Crown followed by a 7 night Caribbean on the Regal. JMO I thought the Crown was a little better kept up than the Regal 😉 We had great MDR tablemates, one couple from California and the other from Arkansas. The wife of the Arkansas couple was a winning gambler (especially craps), and she tried to teach us how to play everything "correctly" (good bets, etc.). We spent more time in the casino during that cruise than any before or since LOL. One thing we still laugh about was that all of our husbands talked
  3. ITA it's soooo different! After viewing the photos I kind of doubt anyone will try too hard to "break in" to the MG space 😉 The MG Havana "pool" (that's all you get folks!) compared to Horizon's layout:
  4. Yes it is! 😁 "We’re thrilled to share we were presented with an opportunity to bring Navigator to Los Angeles even sooner!," read the statement issued to travel agents and obtained by Cruise Critic. "Navigator of the Seas will now begin sailing year-round from Los Angeles, California as of November 2021. These new itineraries will open for sale the week of April 12, 2021." https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/5961/
  5. You also might want to jump on this other thread and ask "Sunshine2000" what she thinks - she's been staying down there and I bet she can help with suggestions 😊
  6. IF embarkation will be the same procedure as before, the "Hideaway" on your floor is a nice place away from the crowd to have a seat and wait for the cabins to open. It did have a self serve coffee and tea kiosk, but that could be closed due to Covid restrictions. 😉 Also just making sure you know that when standing on the balcony in 7187 and looking out the view is great but looking directly down you will look down on lifeboats blocking the view down. It wouldn't bother us, but some people want to look straight down at the sea too, so I thought I'd mention it. I found
  7. Here's another thread discussing this: JMO on the initial sailings they're limiting your exposure - they want you off that ship and not exposed to (or exposing) another group of new passengers the following week. Sorry that the agents were unaware until being brought up to speed on policies, I know it's so disappointing.
  8. Yep, antigen is what is on the Healthy at Sea FAQ sheet right now for the US. Hopefully they will have a lot more info for those requiring PCR tests soon ☺️: Q. #3: Currently, the U.S. requires proof of a negative COVID-19 test result for those arriving into the U.S. by international air. Will Celebrity Cruises administer this test? Who pays for it? A: Celebrity Cruises will administer an antigen test onboard the ship, and cover the related cost, should it be required for country re-entry. The test will be administered just before the end of the cruise, and guests will
  9. That article says "Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves said in a press conference that people have to be vaccinated if they go aboard a cruise ship or are granted temporary refuge in another island." I wonder how many islanders have been vaccinated? I hope many so they can evacuate. The ash cloud is really traveling:
  10. I also noticed this section too and thought hmm, what if this quarantine language continues past the April 19, 2021 date? All travelers entering Greece through April 19, 2021 are subject to a mandatory seven-day preventive quarantine, as announced January 8, 2021.
  11. And I bet you will be right 😁 The same poster "SummerInKalfonia" has posted this on the Princess board: "Today it was Enchanted Princess's turn to be registered in the official schedule of Piraeus, Athens port. 7-night cruises from the 4th of July until the 14th of November 2021." Opa!
  12. 🙂 FYI if you haven't seen this, over on the HAL board there's news about another Athens sailing starting up - "SummerInKefalonia" posted: "Today it was Eurodam's turn to be registered in the official schedule of Piraeus, Athens port. 7-night cruises from the 23rd of July until the 29th of October 2021."
  13. Just in case you haven't read the other thread by Sunshine2000, she has been in St Maarten and has posted this about her experience traveling there re testing, etc.: Sunshine2000 post# 26 "I just wanted to add some information from our experience(s) traveling to St Maarten from Florida. We obtained the necessary PCR Covid test within the three day required period for travel. These negative PCR test results we then downloaded to the stmaartenehas.com/application-form with all the necessary travel information they required, such as Airline and flight numbers, length of stay,
  14. It's also on their Healthy at Sea FAQ sheet: https://creative.rccl.com/Sales/Celebrity/General_Info/CEL_Healthy_at_Sea_FAQs.pdf (fingers crossed that it will change for those who have booked!)
  15. "U.S. cruises could resume by mid-summer with restrictions, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday after Carnival Corp., the largest operator, threatened to relocate ships to other markets." and “CDC is committed to working with the cruise industry and seaport partners to resume cruising following the phased approach outlined in the conditional sailing order,” CDC spokeswoman Jade Fulce said in a response to questions about Carnival. “This goal aligns with the desire to resume passenger operations in the United States expressed by many major cruise
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