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  1. The photo is of a stand inside, yes, my attention was drawn to the bottom bullet point not the photo. I am aware that the layout is different.
  2. Interesting, thank you! More than likely not going to change this cabin, but thats good info to know - thank you! It would seem that the two other accessible insides on deck 4 on Sirena are now no longer available, which might be part of their Covid planning.
  3. It’s certainly a good point. At this point we either have a nice cruise in a cabin of some sort but probably not the cabin we booked, or we have a tdy savings plan financially backing up a cruise line we like to use, with the potential of a 25% return in said investment.
  4. I think so yes. I am interested to see if they leave us in the one attached to the medical centre. Time will tell I suppose.
  5. I also noticed this - one of the OV on the opposite side from 4035 is also an accessible. Not always marked on the deck plan however.
  6. Waiting on being moved from 4035 on Sirena for our 5/21 trip as it has an interconnecting door to the medical centre...Not had any feedback from Oceania about it yet.
  7. That’s exactly what put me off FO. I am also a fan of Aurora. These new Fred ships will pretty much be direct competition for Aurora and Arcadia. I can’t quite work out whether that will be a good or bad thing for their future in the P&O fleet.
  8. Yeah I am sure I saw that the new itins with the new ships were being released tomorrow. I always wanted to try Fred, but the mid priced cabins always looked a bit bleak. having followed the Amsterdam on a couple of world cruise blogs I am very curious about her.
  9. Let’s hope they are paying attention the pricing and offering of Fred now that the have the two larger ships and really are more in direct competition with P&O. I am certainly looking forward to seeing what Ffed has on offer tomorrow when they release itins. I also wouldn’t be surprised if the old HAL Amsterdam Ship becomes their new RTW vessel, which will further put stress onto P&O.
  10. Brugge (Zeebrugge) and Rotterdam are both lovely destinations, I can’t give any advice about Hamburg. I did 7 day Aurora cruise with these destinations in November last year and we enjoyed it a lot, I’d definitely do it if it was on an adult only ship - even if just to give him a break from kids 😉 It’s nothing tropical or exotic, but for a relaxing restful time and a couple of interesting places to have a look around then definitely go for it 🙂
  11. By a group chartering a cruise? I’m not sure what you mean.
  12. Someone was talking on a FB about their July cruise being cancelled because of a charter.
  13. Cannot imagine it being that different for Carnival.
  14. I can’t see P&O managing it, I would like to be wrong, but not sure I will be.
  15. NCL mentioned in their earnings call that they don’t expect to be up and running til Q2 2021, and that it will take 6 months to get their fleet back into service. November isn’t going to be the date P&O start back up - they did the right thing to cancel the RTW as it would be unethical to take final (huge) payment for something they KNOW will not be able to take place. https://www.cruisecritic.co.uk/news/5516/
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