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About rageous

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    Charleston, SC
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    Royal Caribbean
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  1. Which nights are formal on the Oasis eastern cruise?
  2. From the terms and conditions: All Reward Redemptions received by Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruises or Azamara are forfeited if the associated booking is subsequently cancelled. http://media.royalcaribbean.com/content/en_US/pdf/visa/royal_terms_and_conditions_08.20.13.pdf
  3. I sent an e-mail to FR_concierge@rccl.com (mind the underscore FR_con...) about 3 weeks before the cruise. I sent another e-mail 1 week before the cruise and received a reply that I would be contacted via the phone in my room on embarkation day. When we returned to the room after dinner on embarkation day there was a voice mail message on our phone from the concierge. I was told that if there were any cabanas available I would be able to rent one the night before we arrived in Labadie. Luckily there were several available and we were allowed to book 2 for our group. The catch was that if the next morning a suite guest wanted one we would have to give up the second cabana.
  4. Royal Caribbean announced "The On-Hold Experience" on facebook and youtube a couple of weeks ago.... Here's a link if you would like to hear it in its entirety. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWi1TNN1PiQ
  5. Didn't see any jewerly making classes on the Compass. They had water, ice tea, lemonade, various Lipton hot teas. Did not see any flavor enhanced water.
  6. The first day we were in Nassau it was in the mid to upper 80s. The second day it rained on and off all day, windy, lower 80s. Didn't get to see the sunset due to cloud cover. Last year we viewed the sunsets from the forward upper most outside deck. In the mornings the Viking Crown Lounge (deck 14) was very quiet and would be a great place to read. We ate breakfast and lunch in Windjammer and had dinner in the MDR every night. Didn't try the specialty restaurant.
  7. Just got back from the 4 day 10/04 sailing of Monarch of the Seas. Weather was pretty bad the entire cruise. Missed Coco Cay however the Captain decided to head straight to Nassau so we had a day and a half there. Tried Coco Cay again the last day however weather was still not cooperating. The CD Marc Walker and the entire crew did a great job taking care of us and keeping us entertained. Working a full pictorial review which I hope to have up soon. If you have any questions about Monarch post them here and I'll do my best to answer them.
  8. We stayed at the Caribe Hilton and loved it. http://www1.hilton.com/en_US/hi/hotel/SJNHIHH-Caribe-Hilton/index.do
  9. Why Not? The President and CEO's View May 11, 2010 Royal Caribbean Port Updates and a Few Quick Notes from Adam The winter/spring “season” is over here in sunny, hot South Florida and with the end of it many of the ships have left the Caribbean for Europe or Alaska. I was driving to Miami Beach and upon seeing Liberty of the Seas at the Port of Miami it reminded me that next year at this time the only Royal Caribbean International ship at the Port of Miami will be Majesty of the Seas on Mondays and Fridays. A number of readers and others have remarked on this and I would like to comment on it. First, we will continue our long term relationship with the Port of Miami and look forward to having other ships besides Majesty of the Seas based there in the future. Second, we made a substantial commitment to Port Everglades (Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood) when we did the deal that resulted in the new Terminal 18 and the homeporting of Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. One of the driving factors behind the transition of some of our ships to Port Everglades was to ensure we were on course to fulfill our commitment. Third, while Port Everglades and the Port of Miami each have their advantages, we are very pleased to be able to leverage the proximity of Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood airport to Port Everglades. It’s remarkable how close together the port and airport are. That is a real convenience for our guests. Of course we realize many people will still fly in via Miami’s airport and we will continue to offer a robust transfer service.... http://www.nationofwhynot.com/blog/?p=1257
  10. Voyager Class Royal Suite: Separate bedroom with king-size bed, private balcony with hot tub, whirlpool bathtub, living room with queen-size sofa bed, baby grand piano, and concierge service. (1,188 sq. ft., balcony 170 sq. ft.)
  11. Marc *Bing Bong* Walker is a great CD. Had him as CD twice on Enchantment. Looking forward to seeing him in 25 days! :D
  12. No, any alcohol you purchase from the stores or on land will be held until the last night of the cruise.
  13. http://cruiseforums.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?p=23158105
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