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  1. Thanks. We leave in 9 days to fly to Galveston.
  2. Chief may have some comments, but I believe before Coasties are dispatched, the med team would have a consultation with the CG flight surgeon to determine need and options. Not sure about Captain and any other land based med teams.
  3. I keep one of these in my CPAP bag. Great for plug limited rooms. 3 Outlet Wall Adapter Tap (3 Pack), Fosmon 3-Prong Portable Travel Mini Plug Grounded Indoor AC Outlet, ETL Listed - White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073X1K1R6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_KJd5Db7PP9D14
  4. From all of us, thank your son for his service...
  5. We are Emerald currently. We are on a B2B JS 10 Day total. We make Diamond during the second leg. We're going to try doing this, but don't expect it will happen, given it is during the second leg. But, it will be a holiday cruise, maybe they will feel generous. We're also contemplating booking on board, so will be asking if we can get the higher discounts too. Maybe that will grease the skids. If they decline, no biggie, we'll have fun anyways. Have appreciated the great info we've received here on CC about B2B and Diamond.
  6. I would suggest early and frequent testing of the packages activation, especially on the pool deck. Frequent quality control is critical for the enjoyment of the package. ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  7. From Royal's site: All suites in the Royal Caribbean Suites program have access to a dedicated check-in line for boarding, in-suite Mr. Coffee/Tea service, personalized service from a suite attendant, and a luxurious Cappuccino Pillow Top mattress. Our Junior Suites, Grand Suites, Ocean View/ Panoramic (No Balcony) Suites, and Ownerโ€™s Suites all receive priority boarding, and our Royal Suite and Villa Suite guests are escorted onboard by an officer.
  8. When we've stayed in a JS, we were boarding with the Suites. One trip as a JS, we were 5 and 6 on the ship, other than pinnacles and B2B folks. We are currently only Emerald, so it wasn't status. Unless that has changed, but we will find out in about 6 weeks!
  9. Ok, we don't have kids.... But, on day one we check out 4 towels with our 2 seapass cards. We do NOT check them back in until the last day. When we do, I ask the attendant if that's all of them, they say yes. Never had a problem. During the week, we just exchange them at the station. Exchanging without checking in/out. So, from day one we have 4 in our "care", and we return 4. We don't have to get extras on a beach day, we already have them. I guess the fewer times I have to transact with the seapass, the few times it can get hosed up. Now, this trip we'll have problems, just watch. ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  10. And let me also call out your servers Treshana and Noor for doing such a great job for you. Great staff really make for a great cruise.
  11. We were on Majesty during Dorian and had a great time. Only thing we didn't like is we prefer the Solarium on Freedom class. That's not a ding to the Majesty, just a preference. Would like to get a large OV on decks 4-5-6 to cut out the elevator for many things, but we were on deck 9. The MDR seemed to always be hot for the second seating of dinner. I mean we were largely "moist" by the end of dinner. Really a great smaller ship. If you look hard, you can see the age. But, if you are on vacation and not looking for issues, its a might fine lady. Pondering a visit to NOLA.
  12. Has nothing to do with embracing cultural differences. These passengers, by most standards I believe, were incredibly rude to other passengers. A bartender even said the behavior was common now that they were sailing from PR. If you weren't on that cruise, you cant understand. Everyone gets to have fun, but that fun shouldn't be to the detriment of others. It's not a PR thing. It's how a group of passengers behave who happen to be from PR.
  13. I would expect the ship will be at full capacity every cruise (based on miniumum cabin capacity). But, on holidays and over the summer, it may be closer to max capacity based on maximum cabin capacities. Standard cabin is 2 people (except for the multi-bedrooms, etc), but can sleep 3 or 4 in couches and fold down beds. I would expect the February date would have fewer kids (not none) than there would be at Easter.
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