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jrbeccles

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About jrbeccles

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Clearwater, Florida
  • Interests
    Drinking
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    NCL - Disney
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Disney Island

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  1. Understood. We just thought it would be cool to take the inaugural cruise on a new ship. It’s got to get here somehow as the Odessey of the Seas Ft Lauderdale cruises in November 2020 are on the website.
  2. Thanks Biker19 - Ill keep my eyes posted for that one. My wife will finally be retired by then and we'd like to try a transatlantic ( though not sure if crossing in November is a particularly good idea....)
  3. Why is the Odyssey of the Seas transatlantic cruise not available? is it invitation only?
  4. First time on HAL. If I've purchased the drink package, but don't get my Set Sail card until say 1pm in my cabin, how do I get my drinks via the package until then (on the day of boarding?) Hope to be onboard about 11.30 and have a few.
  5. Thanks Shmoo - I has no idea. I am reasonably sure I wont be on the VIP invite list, so if the rooms are going to be limited Ill contact a TA and see. If it doesn't work out then I'll just book its first cruise out of Port C. Thanks again!
  6. I searched and couldn’t find this subject so apologies if it’s been covered already. On our bucket list is to take the inauguration cruise on the newest Disney ship in 2021. It would our 7th Disney cruise. However I’m worried it’s going to sell out in a heartbeat. I’d appreciate your suggestions on the best way to have a good shot a booking a cabin for the cruise . I know nothing has been announced yet (not even the name) but your ideas would be welcome. Thanks!
  7. We have been on six Disney cruises (out of 26 total cruises). The last five Disney ones were on the Wonder, and the wife and I, being Disney fans, love it. So when I suggested we take a quick three day trip in February on the Wonder to get out of town, the wife said no. Her complaint, and I can’t fault her, is that they have the same old menus as they have had for years. We know them by heart, and to be honest they aren’t that great. Yes I know we could eat at Palos or Remy, but we really like going to the themed dining rooms and being with the same waiters each night. So come on Disney, change the menu lineup up after a decade so I can get back on board.
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