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Jzx1103

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About Jzx1103

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    Sugarland TX
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    Basketball, Football, Texas Holdem, Hiking
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska

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  1. Definitely wouldn't do it, I'll tell you my story last year going on my New Zealand cruise, due to work obligations I decided to fly into Auckland the day of sailing, our landing was 530am. The flight we booked had a daily schedule going from Houston to Auckland and had a pristine on time history with no canceled flights ever at the time of our booking. The most delayed its had was 3 hours so we felt confident. Then on the week of our flight there was 1 canceled flight and another that was delayed by 12 hours back to back (both due to mechanical) Tuesday and Wednesday, our flight was the Thursday flight. Luckily it was the two flights before ours. So yea we definitely dodged a bullet there. My wife said never again lol.
  2. We stayed on 7200 on Adventure last year. Very spacious room (we had 5 people with 2 kids). The window that looks out to the front of the ship was pretty awesome.
  3. Just some added info, we left the room around 8am. We did close the door to our room so an employee would've had to open it afterwards. We also did leave a tip in the tipping envelope.
  4. Hi PC Walton (or anyone else currently on the Ovation), could you do me a huge favor? I know this is a long shot but any help would be greatly appreciated. We were on last sailing that ended on 9/20 on the Ovation. Our stateroom number is 13136, we believe we left two Wells Fargo Envelopes full of cash totaling well over $4000 on the desk counter in our stateroom. We must've forgotten to pack it after leaving our stateroom attendant her tips before leaving our room. Our stateroom attendant's name is Grace. Could you kindly look her up on deck 13 and ask about it, or check with guest services. I mostly consider the money lost but figured I'll give it a try. Much appreciated!
  5. I know this is a long shot but any help would be greatly appreciated. We were on last sailing that ended on 9/20 on the Ovation. Our stateroom number is 13136, we believe we left two Wells Fargo Envelopes full of cash totaling well over $4000 on the desk counter in our stateroom. We must've forgotten to pack it after leaving our stateroom attendant her tips before leaving our room. Our stateroom attendant's name is Grace. If anyone onboard sees this please ask our stateroom attendant or guest services if any kind soul turned it in. Or if anyone on last weeks sailing retrieved something, please let me know. I'm posting this because I still believe there are people who would turn it in as opposed to keeping it all even though I mostly consider the money lost. Much appreciated!
  6. Aside from Cococay, Disney's Castaway Cay seems to be in even more of a perilous place. I also heard Disney chose not to evacuate their employees off the island because they want people there to clean up after the storm ASAP. One of the employees mom was on Disney cruise forum chewing out DCL.
  7. I would imagine even if Cococay structure doesn't suffer any damage. The cleanup from Storm Surge would take awhile. I highly doubt anyone will be able to enjoy CocoCay in the next week as some hoped for earlier in this thread. I went through Harvey and Ike here in Houston, and Ike did tremendous damage to Galveston with just 75 to 80 mph winds. It really only take winds above 60mph to do damage.
  8. I think one thing RCL or any other cruiselines should do in these cases is offer Future Cruise Credit but with a expiration of 2 years instead of 1 year. That will solve alot of the issues. It gives people more flexibility and a chance to rebook future cruises at the same possible great deal they found for the ruined hurricane cruise.
  9. This reminds me of the mess up RCL did with Liberty of the Seas in Galveston during Harvey. Royal absolutely refused to cancel the sailing even though Forcast showed an unlikely scenario that Liberty would be able to dock in Galveston that Sunday. The Harbor Master closed Galveston Bay already and likely would not reopen until after Harvey passes. RCL finally canceled only a few hours before the storm hit when they finally gave into the fact that LOS wasn't going to be let into Galveston bay and moved the ship to Miami. By then many passengers already flew to Houston because Royal told them to do so or lose your money, and was stuck for a week in a flooded houston city since the whole city (including the airport) shut down for a week. That with the fact that Carnival canceled their cruise sailing on the same day well before Royal did avoiding this disaster with their passengers made Royal look even worse.
  10. Highly doubt CocoCay (or any Bahamas ports) will be up and running by Thurs if current track holds anyways. What are they gonna do then? Have a 2 night cruise to nowhere?
  11. This was the first thing that came to my mind when I saw the track this morning.
  12. I was fishing at Seawolf Park and was wondering why Liberty of the Seas was still at port past 9pm as I was leaving.
  13. Wait, I thought the discount for Voom for Prime members is 30 percent off. Which usually ends up as the same price as the sale price on the cruise planner.
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