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About PopFla

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    Saint Cloud, FL
  • Interests
    Disney, Boating, Cruising
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Disney Cruise Line
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Eastern Caribbean
  1. Wish will be a whopping 4.39 feet longer than Dream/Fantasy (1119.19 feet vs 1114.8 feet) and 6.56 feet wider (127.96 feet vs 121.4 feet). Same number of staterooms. Not what I would consider a major difference in size.
  2. I just read on a FB page that NCL is notifying passengers on their future cruises that this "ban" has been lifted, and door decorations will be permitted as long as they don't protrude into the hallways and are fireproof. Exactly how they determine what is fireproof and what isn't is the big question.
  3. Snail mail: Mr. Jeff Vahle President, Disney Cruise Line PO Box 10210 Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-0210 Not 100% sure of his email, but most Disney email addresses are FIRST NAME dot LAST NAME @ Disney dot com
  4. The Port Canaveral Authority has disclosed plans entitled "Project Triton" related to port modifications necessary to accommodate the three as-yet-unnamed LNG powered DCL ships. That raises the question - is the first of those three ships going to be named "Triton" ? DCL's first two ships are referred to as "Magic class" and their next two are "Dream class", having been so dubbed with the name of the first ships in those classes. Not that my opinion matters, but personally I don't care for that possibly being the ship's name. Here's info on the Port's plans - - https://disneycruiselineblog.com/2019/01/triton-class-confirmed-as-the-project-name-for-disney-cruise-lines-lng-powered-new-builds/
  5. Good to know. We booked a placeholder using our Chase Visa last month, and recently had to cancel that card and get a new one due to fraudulent charges. Think I'll call DCL and see if they can change the CC number, even though I don't plan to cancel the placeholder. Thanks for the "heads up". 👍
  6. We have taken non-members with us on a member cruise, but they were in our stateroom with us. Not sure if there is a limit on how many rooms you can book.
  7. I stand corrected. Perhaps I used an inaccurate word when I said "should be familiar with their evacuation station" - - "ASSEMBLY station" would be more accurate. My main point remains the same, however. Every passenger needs to be familiar with where they need to go in an emergency situation. If an actual evacuation occurs, you would of course be directed to an appropriate location which might be different from your assembly station.
  8. It makes perfect sense for the muster drill to be held at the actual location where you should go in an actual emergency. Seconds count in those situations, and all passengers should be familiar with their evacuation station, rather than having everybody make a mad rush to the theater or MDR where their briefing was held.
  9. The final bill will show each individual's KTTW charges.
  10. The Bahamian government today approved the sale of the Lighthouse Point property to DCL. https://disneycruiselineblog.com/2018/10/disneys-lighthouse-point-bahamian-government-approves-sale-of-lighthouse-point-to-disney-cruise-line/?fbclid=IwAR0W24qb846m-o0Ju04Jj6FfPPmYAaMe72Dap5y0iXmmEFjgwWXy1AcIhIg
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