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thundercrack

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About thundercrack

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    NE PA
  • Interests
    Sports, Music
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    The one I’m on
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Half Moon Cay
  1. Sorry, group right after diamonds/platinum to debark. This will be my 6th time with FTTF and I have never been off the ship and in my car later than 8:30am. I know ships can be delayed in debarking, I was just curious in normal debarking in Miami, would an 11:56am flight from FLL be iffy. Doesn’t sound like it from other posts/posters. Thanks for all the replies.
  2. Sailing from Miami. My understanding is it is only 30-40 minutes to FLL from there, am I incorrect? Debarking on a Sunday so would think traffic would be lighter. With FTTF I will be first off ship.
  3. We have an 11:56am return flight from FLL. Have FTTF and bought Carnival transfers to FLL. Should I worry that is too early a departure?
  4. FTTF just came out for my Nov 30th cruise. $120.00. Booked it but I think they have just hit the top of my price point for this service.
  5. We get the balcony divider opened on all our cruises. Cabin steward cannot do it. One person from each cabin needs to go to guest services and request it gets done. Has to be signed for, that is why one from each cabin needs to go. Go on first day, it is on a first come, first served basis as they only have the hardware to open a certain number of balconies (at least that is what I am told)
  6. That would be some trick, 29 year old wife with 25 and 21 year old daughters . Have a great cruise!!!!
  7. As stated in my post, what is crap to one is not to another. Just as I am sure I can go into crewsweepers residence and assess something in there as crap (IMO), crewsweeper can most certainly step into my residence and assess something as crap IHO.
  8. To each his own, what is crap to you has value to others. I’m sure we can take a walk thru your house and ask the same question you and DW ask each other.
  9. On her now. Have FTTF and arrive last Sunday at 11:25am and was allowed right in to park.
  10. I just posted ths in Ask a Cruise Question in General Cruise Discussion Board. Thanks
  11. Hi, I have sailed Carnival, Royal and NCL. I have not had a bad cruise on any of them but would like to try other lines. My only “requirement” is with dinner attire in the MDR. I will absolutely NOT wear a tie. I want to be comfortable at dinner and I am definitely NOT comfortable wearing a tie. I have no problem with dockers and a nice polo or buttondown shirt, just NO tie. What othercruise lines would I be able to dress like this, NO tie, during normal dinner nights (not formal/elegant nights, I know a tie would be required on these) other than the three I have already cruised. I would appreciate any assistance the valuable members ofCruise Critic can give. Thanks PS, did I mention I don’t like ties 😊
  12. Only posted here because I didn’t want to post to all individual lines board and I frequent the Carnival boards. Is there a more appropriate centralized board to post this question, I will surely post it there if one exists. Thanks
  13. Asking about other lines than the 3 I’ve sailed on. I know the dress code on those three
  14. Hi, I have sailed Carnival, Royal and NCL. I have not had a bad cruise on any of them but would like to try other lines. My only “requirement” is with dinner attire in the MDR. I will absolutely NOT wear a tie. I want to be comfortable at dinner and I am definitely NOT comfortable wearing a tie. I have no problem with dockers and a nice polo or buttondown shirt, just NO tie. What othercruise lines would I be able to dress like this, NO tie, during normal dinner nights (not formal/elegant nights, I know a tie would be required on these) other than the three I have already cruised. I would appreciate any assistance the valuable members ofCruise Critic can give. Thanks PS, did I mention I don’t like ties 😊
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