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  1. Decisions, decisions.... I can see that we may have to try both, which is an even better prospect to look forward to! Thanks everyone for your help and suggestions - I may be back for more!
  2. Thanks for that insight, Wendy - food for thought. I can see that I have lots of research ahead of me, which is a lovely prospect!
  3. Thanks for that encouragement. Looking forward to it already!
  4. Thanks, Tahitianbigkahuna! As first-timers to PG and the islands, this seems like THE part of the world to have a balcony, and the idea of being rocked gently to sleep is very appealing! I know it's a very long time off yet, but it's exciting to look forward to. Thinking of the 11-nighter to include the Cook Islands, but still drooling over all the possibilities. It will likely be around August or September when we travel.
  5. Hi PG experts, We've never sailed on PG before, and were looking forward to our first trip in 2022. Circumstances mean we're now having to defer and look at 2023. From past experience, roughly when are PG likely to release their dates for 2023? Second question: we normally cruise in a balcony cabin, so on PG would probably be thinking of deck 7 midships. Is that a good or bad choice? e.g. in terms of movement, noise, etc.? Many thanks for your help and advice!
  6. Just a slight correction - I think that should read 17th May 2021
  7. And men have to wear a tie, too, in the restaurant and for afternoon tea: THE RITZ DRESS CODE The Ritz London has a dress code in different areas of the hotel as follows: Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket and tie (jeans and sportswear are not permitted for either ladies or gentlemen) for afternoon tea in The Palm Court and for lunch and dinner in The Ritz Restaurant and Terrace.
  8. Impossible to guess, of course, but assuming things return to some kind of normality in due course, I for one hope there won't be a rush to the bottom, with bargain basement prices and service levels to match. That would be more likely to stop me cruising.... In the meantime, we are staying booked on our Jan 2021 cruise on QV.
  9. >>But then, I am probably the only person in the world to choose the ships I travel on by judging the quality of the naval architecture.<< No, you're not. :-)
  10. Wow! Just astonishing, beautiful, imaginative, creative - just wow.
  11. That's true, of course. On the other hand, having worked hard (and spent a lot of money) attaining Platinum status, for which one of the perks is priority boarding, it's a bit galling to be given a boarding time of 15.00 hrs, the same as for our first ever Cunard voyage. Not much point in having priority boarding in that situation. In recent times we have consistently been given a boarding time of 12.30.
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