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  1. After returning from the excursion I would have gone to the shore excursion desk and advised them I didn't get what was advertised (by NCL) or paid for and requested a full refund.
  2. Still first come, first served. There is a reserved seating area (studio B) for diamond plus, pinnacles, key and suites.
  3. Most cruise ships dock in Castries usually at Pointe Seraphine and on occasion at La Place Carenage. No beaches close by.
  4. You will be required to do the muster drill at a later time with others that miss the initial muster drill. You can't escape it. 😉
  5. Who said anything about 'they won't catch me" (sneaking)? No one needs to sneak a drink/wine into another venue. No matter where it was poured. There are no wine glasses in the staterooms (inside, OV, balconies) on RC and Celebrity. You have to request them from your stateroom attendant. The wine glasses the stateroom attendant provides are the same as the lounges/bars (I doubt they are Riedel wine glasses) around the ship. At least for the less expensive wines.
  6. In your opinion. Just for my own curiosity, what would you recommend instead of a mast/pool grill burger for lunch?
  7. We no longer have to bring wine aboard. 🍷✌️
  8. The policy is if you were to carry your bottle of wine (you brought on the ship) into any of the public areas you will incur $15 corkage fee per bottle. Not for the glass you poured in your stateroom and carried it into any of the public venues.
  9. I sometimes wear Harley Davidson tee shirts. I met a lot of other HD riders on cruises that way.
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