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Essiesmom

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    Coastal GA USA
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    Photography, needlework, reading
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity, Princess, and the ones too expensive for me to cruise on...
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Any place I haven't already been

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  1. Yes, but just where are you? You have posted this in the part of the forum for those who are having trouble using the forums. As a nearly 13 year member, that shouldn't be you. As as not a cruise centric board or roll call board, noone who is on that sailing will see it here. If there is a proper roll call, there is nothing more you can do to encourage interest. Good grief, it's 17 months away. EM
  2. If you can stretch longer than 7 days, you might look at Celebrity Equinox, an 11 day itinerary. EM
  3. Princess has a program called the Bon Voyage Experience. It is only offered in some US ports, only on embarkation day. It costs $35-40 which can be applied to a cruise if the person decides to go. https://www.princess.com/learn/faq_answer/pre_cruise/prepare.jsp https://book.princess.com/pdf/onesource/pc/PC_BonVoyageFlyer_0217.pdf
  4. It's easy to find if you don't try to use the tool. Not sure why you had to point out that the tool doesn't find it, if you already know how to find it. Someone else apparently does no know how to find it, as they started another one yesterday
  5. Apparently you did not read the reply above, ignored it, or... As stated in that reply, this is not the place to seek tour shares. That belongs on the ROLL CALL for your cruise. The ROLL CALL for your cruise is very active, and is located here:
  6. Princess has a naturalist onboard all the time, much of it on the bridge competing with the captain to sight wildlife. A group of rangers come onboard in Glacier Bay and they run a junior ranger program for the kids. Don't think Princess has cabins for five other than the rare family suite for 6, only two per ship on the ones that have them. EM
  7. Cabins for five are not common. Carnival has them in Deluxe OV, twin/queen, two uppers and a couch. Split bath with two showers, two sinks, one toilet. Most will suggest you book two connecting cabins to have two toilets. MSC Seaside has groups of connecting cabins (up to three) intended for family groups. There have been several threads here over the last several years about cabins for groups of five. EM
  8. Welcome to Cruise Critic. Since your questions are specific to NCL Breakaway, you should be asking this on the forum here for NCL, located under Cruise Lines A-O: https://boards.cruisecritic.com/forum/64-norwegian-cruise-line/. EM
  9. All you CAN DO within a roll call is post a reply. The problem is within the forum for a particular ship's roll calls. EM
  10. There is no problem in naming cruisedeckplans.com here. It is not a travel agency. I have contributed many pictures to that site. EM
  11. There is a very long thread about this at the top of the page. EM
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