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  1. I do the same thing and have never once been asked to see the pictures or questioned about the weekly organizer.
  2. I saw that as well. Haven't seen that poster posting for a while. No need to call anyone out on bad manners, their dress, etc., because just that it would bother you or me, it is their way.
  3. Like I said, to some, it is only bad customer service if they don't get what they want. Some issue are NCL's fault, but it doesn't mean they have to give cash, OBC, future cruise credit, etc., an I'm sorry is adequate for many issue where folks want something.
  4. I really like when someone says that NCL's customer service leaves a lot to be desired, because they won't give them what they want. Not knowing your issue, but what they offered, I would guess the issues wasn't a big one. I think the cruise lines have made monsters out of their customers, because they hand out perks for the littlest issues. They should fix the issue and a simple "We are sorry, but the issue has been corrected" should suffice for the majority of issues. As far as change in ports, I don't think the cruise lines owe the customer anything other than to reimburse them for their port fees. If someone, like the original OP, wants to visit a particular port, the best advice would be to do a land trip, because you never know what will happen.
  5. That one person is also paying the fare for two, because of the single supplement.
  6. I once saw four cases in front of a cabin. Maybe get one of those old luggage carts.
  7. When this happens, the person is using it as a threat in order to try and have them reverse their decision.
  8. I think you are correct about cost, at least where lobster is involved. When it was available I think many were glutenous when eating five, six and even saw someone post that they ate twelve. When they were in the buffet, I saw folks whose plates were piled so high that the lobster was spilling on the floor. I believe if folks just had one or two, they might still be on the menu.
  9. Based on the new menu, thanks Birdtravels, possibly the seafood wasn't a big seller and that is why they changed it to more non-seafood offerings.
  10. Don't think anyone can give you a definite answer, since it can be okay on one ship and not on another.
  11. Why not ask if the wine can be shared on the ship, because you would get the best answer from them. They will tell you if it is okay or if they consider it stealing.
  12. OP also said "The other side of me said but hey if another couple was cruising with us we could always pick up double specialty coffee, drinks, etc. for the group." Seems like, at least to me, that they are trying to figure out how to scam the system. Actions like these are the reason the package prices keep going up.
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