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  1. Same boat as you, non pun intended. Booked over the holidays and NYE in a JS connecting to a balcony cabin for the kids. Kids are now placed in GTY and we are stuck with a JS connecting to strangers. RCL not budging since now we are trying what to do for the 2 weeks in terms of getting cabins that connect and also are available for both sailings so we don’t have to move rooms. Shame since we booked this back in January 2018 when this sailing came out. RCL - please take care of your loyal pax who book far ahead and don’t screw us over 1 month before final payment!
  2. Does anyone happen to have a recent menu of Hooked Seafood on SY for dinner? Thank you!
  3. I have been monitoring the port of St. Maarten cruise calendar and Odyssey has just appeared there beginning December 2, 2020. This would suggest inaugural voyage is to Caribbean, probably 8 nighter like Adventure is currently doing.
  4. Vision of the Seas to replace Jewel of the Seas in San Juan Serende of the Seas looks to continue 10/11 night out of FLL No 9/5 night Deployment out of Miami - leading to speculation Odyssey could be fill in here. According to Next Cruise desk here on ship, RCL positioning assets to take on MSC and Virgin out of Miami.
  5. D+ were just told on SR that CL will be a restricted benefit going forward, apparently part of larger changes happening “imminently.” Such a shame.
  6. Will there be any other ships with S. FL besides SY and MA for summer 2020? SY prices are insane for 7 nights.
  7. Folks. Not to worry. On OA class, the average Caribbean sailing can have 20-30 PC members max. Yes, there are weeks where there may be more or less - usually that is dictated by price. CK is never overwhelmed and neither is the SL. Enjoy your cruise. And my best advice - just enjoy your cruises. Don’t book JS cabins 100x just to make Pinnacle. Treat yourself to a grand suite and enjoy the same benefits as pinnacle. We made pinnacle by exclusively cruising in suites... and still do to this day. Quality over quantity.
  8. Celebrity Cruises App Let me start by saying BRAVO Celebrity for embracing the App platform RCL is using. The App is available for download on the App Store and I highly recommend it. The app includes the ability the review your seapass account, make reservations......and, by the looks of it, control certain aspects of your stateroom. All these features require you to be on the Celebrity WiFi. I will comment more about this once onboard. We have also done the express check-in, uploading our photos and information online and now, using the app, have a boarding pass similiar to that of an airplane. Will let you know how this goes on December 1st.
  9. Background It was a beautiful morning in Miami when Celebrity Cruises held its first Edge reveal in the new innovation lab at the Miami headquarters. The ship was brought to life using advanced 3-D technology, as well as cabin and design layouts. Named Celebrity Edge, the ship was built to leave the future behind. It was that morning in Miami when life began to fill those animated images. Guests from around the world, including myself, looked at deck plans and drawings on paper and imagined the future, December 2018, when this vision would become a beautiful reality. Over the course of two years, reveals gave insight into dining, shopping, fitness, spa, staterooms, upper decks, and entertainment. My imagination turned into anticipation, and now my anticipation has turned into excitement. And thus, here we are in the future, November 2018.The Edge has just made her debut in Port Everglades, at a beautifully designed new terminal awaiting her arrival. Follow along beginning December 1, 2018 as we go to the Edge...... The Itinerary Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA Nassau, Bahamas At Sea Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA The Stateroom Infinite Veranda Deck 9 Dining Venues Normandie Fine Cut Magic Carpet Questions Please feel free to leave questions and commentary below, and I will do my best to answer all questions when onboard or immediately following my cruise on the Edge.
  10. St. Maarten shows Mariner stopping there every couple of weeks starting Nov 2020. Also - Oasis is completely missing from St. Maarten, but Anthem calls every other week on Thursdays.
  11. The issue deals with SY needing to be one of first ships in Miami to do turnaround in main basin by Fisher Island and to not hold up incoming vessels.
  12. Melody and Symphony of the Seas will be based out of Miami. Oasis/Allure go to Galveston and Far East. Anthem to replace Explorer in Miami (9/5 night rotation), while Explorer to Australia. Navigator Miami / Mariner Port Canaveral with 3/4 night cruises, and Harmony continues from Port Canaveral. Brilliance remains in Tampa after European season. Just my thoughts.
  13. Special thanks to Mysticks1 on the Celebrity Cruises forum for this idea. I would like to begin to assemble one for Royal Caribbean. To the moderators, I would appreciate if we could make this a "sticky" at the top of the page for all to see. Every week or two I will post a PDF for all the ships and cabin information compiled here. Please, refrain from posting cabin questions here so this can purely be an informative thread, especially for those that are first time cruisers or seasoned cruisers looking for a great cabin. The template is as follows: Ship - Deck - Stateroom # - Stateroom Category – Starboard or Port Side - Quiet Stateroom? (With comments on problems) – Was stateroom a connecting stateroom? - Balcony View - Give comments on view, noting if location of any obstructions was an issue. – Balcony Size? Normal or oversized for class? - Was wind a problem? - If an aft cabin, was soot a problem? - Any specific problems with this cabin? - Any other comments? -
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