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  1. Is the Latitude Party is held on the Friday Afternoon Cruise of the Napali Coast, then?
  2. Thanks for validating my thoughts and concerns about the window of opportunity in scheduling the M&G on the NCL Pride of America. Your negative feedback is real and it is what I am looking for. I'll let our roll call know the challenge of getting it scheduled on day 1 sometime around the Safety DRill, Sail Away Activities, Welcome Aboard Variety Show, and Dinner.
  3. Thanks for the relevant information. You confirmed the problem of finding a time slot to hold a Meet and Greet on a Hawaiian cruise. From the itinerary below, the possibilities are late afternoon/evening on departure day, or evening on day 4 or 5. Not good on a short 7 day cruise... Day Land Tours And Cruise Ports Arrive Depart Sat Honolulu, Oahu --- 7:00 PM Sun Kahului, Maui 8:00 AM --- Mon Kahului, Maui --- 6:00 PM Tue Hilo, Hawaii 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Wed Kona, Hawaii 7:00 AM 5:30 PM Thu Nawiliwili, Kauai 8:00 AM --- Fri Nawiliwili, Kauai --- 2:00 PM Afternoon Cruise of the Napali Coast --- Overnight Sat Honolulu, Oahu (Flight Departure) 7:00 AM --- Anyone else have first hand experience with a Meet and Greet on a Hawaiian cruise?
  4. Does anyone have recent knowledge on the Pride of America on these subjects: Do Cruise Critic Meet and Greets work on this port intensive itinerary? If so, when is the best time to schedule one? When is the Latitude Exclusive Cocktail Party scheduled? Is there a Behind-The-Scenes Ship Tour for Latitude Platinum members? When is it scheduled? Thanks for any insight you can share...
  5. NCL's Access Desk is now including this statement in their emails starting in the Fall of 2017: "Guests can obtain an extension cord at the Guest Services Desk. Guests are no longer allowed to bring extension cords and power strips on board." Checking NCL's Prohibited Items list at https://www.ncl.com/prohibited-items, neither extension cords or plug strips are listed. Not list either are Surge Protectors which are a known fire hazard onboard, and have not allowed for years. Has anyone in recent history (since September 2017) had a non-surge protected extension cord or plug strip confiscated during the boarding process or onboard?
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