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  1. Probably. This is the sort of thing that can change sailing to sailing.
  2. Recent threads on the subject: https://boards.cruisecritic.com/topic/2697769-mystery-dinner-adventure-of-the-seas/?do=findComment&comment=58415748 https://boards.cruisecritic.com/topic/2696638-mystery-dinner-theater/?tab=comments#comment-58382625 https://boards.cruisecritic.com/topic/2695742-mystery-dinner-theater-at-specialty-restaurant/?do=findComment&comment=58357603
  3. The closest agency to Terminal 1 is Enterprise/Alamo/National, which is walking distance. Terminal 1 is normally what Royal uses for Oasis class ships, and other ships when there are no Oasis class ships in port. See photo and more info here: http://cruiseportcanaveral.us/car-rental/
  4. They would, as long as no other Aquatheater event conflicts.
  5. You may also want to take a look at the port of call forum: https://boards.cruisecritic.com/forum/88-britain/
  6. On Air Club, bars, and stateroom TVs. I've been on ships that use Studio B too, but I don't know about Allure.
  7. That option is only available for certain ships and sailings.
  8. Same. Plus, if you are booking under US/Canadian rules, and your cruise is more than 90 days out, then if the price does go down, you can normally get a price drop.
  9. Don't try to understand the percentage discount that Royal touts. The percentage is meaningless. Just go by the bottom line price.
  10. For the Unlimited? Another HD with their own set of rules?
  11. We find just the opposite, that the steel ties are stronger and last longer.
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