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  1. While not the RCI website, this site "Shipparade" gives you the specs, other details and the sister ships within the class. There are also photos of the inside and outside of each ship. The link below as an example takes you to Allure of the Seas. You can click on alphabet list on top of the page to find any cruise ship. https://www.shipparade.com/az/Allure_of_the_Seas/Allure_of_the_Seas.htm
  2. It would be great if Odyssey did a similar 9/11 day from PC. I have yet to try a Quantum Class and hoping Odyssey would change that.
  3. That would be cool to have either one of those ships at PC. And yes, 17 years is a long time especially after all the improvements and infrastructure added to PC.
  4. Since Mariner, PC hasn't had a new RCI ship. So maybe you get Melody and CATS but I don't think Bob and few others would like to CATs part
  5. John - The next Oasis Class ship (Melody may be) is also due to be delivered in spring of 2021. Wonder if she will fill in for Harmony at PC? I doubt RCI will let CCL and NCL corner the market at PC for the rest of spring and summer of 2021.
  6. It doesn't affect Odyssey. I had a Cuba cruise booked for winter 2020 that I had to cancel. So I'm hoping to replace that sailing with one on Odyssey is she has some interesting sailings.
  7. Thanks for the feedback. Now tha Cuba is no longer in play, may be Odyssey will have some good itineraries.
  8. Does anyone have any information about Odyssey of the Seas possible sailings in 2020? Thanks
  9. Jimbo - Great review and pictures of the naming ceremony. Hope you had a great time. Thanks for sharing.
  10. -rn4t5, Wow! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I really appreciate you sharing these photos here. It makes a big difference because we were contemplating changing our cabin to a regular Grand Suite. Based on these photos you shared, I think we will stay with 5343 . Thanks again.
  11. Great photos. The ship looks good. Your cabin and view from their is fantastic. Thanks for sharing. I am looking forward to seeing some photos of he Extended Balcony Grand Suites on deck 5, 5343 and or 5342.
  12. That would be very helpful. Thanks for offering to do that. Have a wonderful cruise.
  13. Does anyone have pictures yet of the new Extended Balcony Grand Suites on deck 5, 5342 or 5343? Thank you
  14. The first three Voyager Class ships (Voyager, Explorer, Adventure) have balconies that are part of the superstructure of the ship. They are mainly steel on the sides and about half the front facing the sea with the top being glass. See sample photos. Navigator and Mariner, the last two in the series have balconies built outside the superstructure and are all glass facing the sea.
  15. Either way I appreciate your efforts and thanks.
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