Jump to content
Cruise Critic Community

peacefrogdog

Members
  • Content Count

    166
  • Joined

About peacefrogdog

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. We will have a party of 6 in a panoramic ocean view suite on our Indy booking this July, including two teenage boys and two teenage girls. From what I can tell, there is only one shower in this suite. Our cabin is in the same area where the Spa and Gym are located and I understand there are showers located in that area. With so many of us in one suite, and with only one shower, will they let us use the showers in the gym/spa area?
  2. We are on the Indy, docked the same day at Coco Cay as Symphony in July 2020. We dock at 7, and the Symphony at 10. We have water park passes booked, so we will plan to do the park early (before Symphony arrives) and then perhaps go back later when I anticipate most people may go back to their ships after 3 or so. In between we will either chill someplace on the island, or potentially even go back to the ship for a break from the sun. Do people share the same opinion as me it will be very crowded especially during late morning/early afternoon, such that especially if we come and go (for example, we may go back to the ship for a short while) finding seating will be a challenge? If so, I may try to book a cabin or beach bed. Also, does anyone know that if I book something, and then go back tot he ship, that I can go back onto the island and use the same Cabana?
  3. On our upcoming cruise we have a stop in both in Labadee and CocoCay, and now trying to decide what to book where. For those who have done both, what aspects of Labadee did you enjoy more than what you experienced on CocoCay?
  4. I just purchased what was described as a full day thrill park pass for Coco Cay for July when my ship Indy will be docked from 7 to 7. The description does not list specific hours for the pass, but on my cruise planner it lists 730-245 as the hours. Is this just a glitch in the cruise planner? I was hoping to be able to use the pass as late as possible .
  5. I just purchased what was described as a full day thrill park pass for Coco Cay for July when my ship Indy will be docked from 7 to 7. The description does not list specific hours for the pass, but on my cruise planner it lists 730-245 as the hours. Is this just a glitch in the cruise planner? I was hoping to be able to use the pass as late as possible .
  6. I just purchased full-day water park passes. However even though our ship will be docked until 7 pm, the cruise planner only lists my park passes as running from 7:30 to 2:45 pm. Any idea what that's all about?
  7. Looking for clarification: When booking the surf/stream that can be used for 4 devices online, it asks me to select the passengers(s). Do I just select one passenger to whom the package will be charge? Or do I have to select the four people who will be using the internet?
  8. For my July 2020 cruise, the zipline and the helium balloon is available to book, but not the thrill park ticket nor any of these cabanas. How far in advance do you they typically list them for booking?
  9. Are there in and out privileges if getting the water park pass? Specifically can you go the water park, leave to go back to the ship for a bit, and then come back?
  10. Just noted that when we are in CoCoCay on the Indy (arriving at 7 AM, departing 7 PM). Symphony will also be there from 10 AM to 7 pm. Thus I anticipate it will be quite crowded on CocoCay that day. While my kids, who will be the ones wanting to access the water park, want to sleep in, I hear that early in the morning and later in the afternoon will be the best times to do the slides with less rides. With Symphony there as well, I'm thinking we will need to plan accordingly. With pass to the water park, do they allow in and out privileges such that we could access the water park in the morning, then go back to the ship, and then go back out to the water park later in the day (say around 3-4 pm?)
  11. We will be staying on a Panoramic Ocean View suite on Indy, so I believe we will be able to access Barefoot beach. On Youtube videos showing Barefoot beach, I see an abundance of of beach chairs and loungers, but not all have umbrellas. 1. Can you book an umbrella and if so, is there a charge? 2. Can you book clamshells? 3. On the cruise planner, I can see options to book a cabana but on Nellie's beach. Can the cabana's on Barefoot beach only be booked through the concierge?
  12. Description says minimum age 16. It also says must provide "full drivers license" but as a previous poster said, the visual appearances of the G1 (beginner) license and the full license are similar.
  13. No - have been on many. But this is first time in a suite so looking to try what we have not tried before (i.e. MDR food in our cabin) and formal night seemed to be a good night to try. Also looking to see if possible to book a summer cruise without having to pack any long sleeved shirts or pants! However it is sounding like it may not be worth the trouble given the lack of space. IF there looks to be a menu item that night that looks too hard to pass up, we could may be order one of them rather than meals for the entire family.
×
×
  • Create New...