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  1. Looking forward to another live thread. One of my favorite X ships and itinerary as well. Enjoy!
  2. The IV's are also locked whenever they wash the windows, which X does on a regular basis. If you are not in your cabin at that time, you wouldn't have experienced them being locked. I was also on the Edge last December, and the IV's were locked several times.
  3. True about the Club being easier to monitor. But on Allure(the only Oasis class I've been on) , the Diamond Lounge had windows and a view. Totally different feel to the room than the Club IMO.
  4. Trying to figure out how this actually works. Do you get two separate log ins? Can two unrelated people use it - ex. I'm traveling with a cruise friend. It would be less expensive for one of use to buy the 2 device package and share if that is possible.
  5. So shocked to hear this very sad news. While I never met her, I am so grateful for all her Edge threads and knowledge. Her Edge threads are invaluable and have helped so many of us. Sincere condolences to her family.
  6. I wish they would move it from the Club to Eden. IMO, The Club is not anything like the Sky Lounge, with or without the view. I found The Club to be dark and dreary and the seating horrible. I didn't care for the chaise lounge type couches. Maybe they replaced them since the first few cruises. I would hope so, because there really wasn't adequate seating for all that was in the room when I was there last year.
  7. The square inside cabins have a chair, not a couch. Actually the one I stayed in 9260 had 2 chairs. The square configuration makes them seem roomier. It felt like there was a bit more room between the bed and the dresser/TV area. I didn't measure it so couldn't say for sure.
  8. Hope you are having a great time! Did you get a chance to actually measure the SV balcony yet? And, I thought I read on another thread that they were changing the chairs on the balconies for ones that are a little more compact in size? Or was that happening only in the Infinite Verandah cabins?
  9. How was the Soller Train and that area? Last time I was there we only made it to Valldemossa.
  10. I would make reservations for the other evenings as well. They can always be changed once on board. That's what we did. Tried all 4 and repeated 3 of them. THere is no cancellation penalty if you decide not to go one night.
  11. Go for 7177. I stayed in 7180, same cabin on the starboard side. Slightly larger balcony. Good location. No cons.
  12. Technically, Celebrity does not have formal nights. RC still has formal nite. Celebrity has Evening Chic nights. Still, it does vary by itinerary and part of the world. From the Celebrity Cruises website: Evening Chic nights aren’t the time to put on your favorite college sweatshirt or well-loved ripped jeans. But you also shouldn’t feel like you need to reuse an old fancy bridesmaid dress or rent a tux for your cruise – unless you want to! And that’s the beauty of Evening Chic nights. Get super dressed up or just get stylishly comfortable. The dress code for Evening Chic is as follows: Women should feel comfortable wearing: A cocktail dress Skirt, pants, or designer jeans with an elegant top Men should feel comfortable wearing: Pants or designer jeans with a dress shirt, button-down shirt, or sweater Optional sport coat or blazer And from the RC website about Formal Nights: Think of our formal dress code as a night out in your best black-tie look — suits and ties, tuxedos, cocktail dresses or evening gowns are all acceptable options. There can be 1-3 formal nights during a sailing and is at the ship’s discretion.
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