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  1. I've been reading about breakfast on Oasis class ships in Johnny Rockets and was wondering if that is also served on Navigator? Thank you!
  2. Wondering if anyone has any pics of the new and not improved (from what I hear) fitness center on the Navigator? Thanks in Advance!
  3. My mom is coming on our cruise with us to watch the littles (5 & 😎 later in the evening. Is there children’s programming available in the stateroom (basic interior)? Movie available? If there’s a fee, about how much should we expect? Can we bring a ubs device with movies loaded and attach it to the tv? Thanks for your help, only 143 days before we set sail 😂!
  4. I am very familiar with the suite perks on Quantum and Oasis class ships. However, what are the perks on Navigator? For instance, with a suite on Oasis/Quantum class you can go to Coastal Kitchen for breakfast through dinner (lunch on embarkation). What are the options...if any for Navigator?
  5. My niece and I will be cruising on the Navigator for the January 13th, 2020 sailing (4 night Perfect Day Bahamas). We're still deciding which room to book...there are plenty left, so we have time. Has anyone been in any of the new balcony rooms at the front of the ship yet? I was wondering if it was too windy on the balconies at the very front/tip of the ship. The view is probably great, but if the wind, or noise from the wind, is too much, it may not be worth it. Does anyone have any pix of any of these rooms? Or of the ship's front from the outside? Thanks.
  6. Was on Navigator a week ago for 4 night cruise to Nassau and CocoCay. Have been on the ship prior to recent dry dock and also to these stops multiple times (before CocoCay upgrades). Some thoughts on ship refurbishments: Had one of the new rooms on Deck 11; great location adjacent to Solarium. Occupies space where gym used to be. Had an inside room, not one of the new balcony rooms. Large wraparound deck and peekaboo bridge lost in the transformation but small wings on either side of solarium still to see outside. Ship very clean and nicely updated; did not see signs of her age anywhere. Really top notch RCI presentation. Fearless prediction: Blow Dry Bar, Tiki Room, and Johnny Rockets to Go are flops are won't last long. New waterslides, updated pool area, sports court/flowrides, mini-golf a hit. All the slides require using a mat or tube to ride and the wait can be pretty long. Surprised they did not also include a "Regular" type water slide. One of the two main pools and one of the two water slides closed on our only SeaDay for maintenance. Poorly planned; would have made more sense to do at CocoCay. Did not have the trampoline or Sky Pad feature of the Mariner. Some of the best quiet lounging can be done near the new mini-golf area; top tip. Plus refreshing fresh water showers up there. Dinner in MDR 3 nights, WJ one night. Food was very good, no complaints on quality or presentation. Asked by waitstaff for 10's on day 2. They did a waitstaff parade day 3 and day 4. Note: This is absolutely excruciating. They turn the speakers in the dining room up until they are all whizzing and distorting. It's quite simply headache inducing noise. These are PA speakers, not meant to blast music at those volumes. Please RCI; if you insist on these parades turn the volume down a bit so it's not just noise. Honestly, the food was good, the service was good, the presentation good, but that blaring ear splitting music ruins it. WJ dinner was phenomenal, just as it was the highlight of our last Navigator cruise in 2018. Quality, variety, and presentation seemed much above our recent Allure cruise. New handwashing stations A+ addition. Late night snack offered in one section of WJ with fruit, cookies, some small desserts, burgers, and 4-6 dinner leftovers. Nice. Finally Royal. Seriously. Dining room breakfast: Good variety on a serve yourself buffet with some items done a la minute. A la carte menu very skimpy now, but overall good and preferable to Windjammer for breakfast (very overcrowded WJ; seating difficult). Dining Room lunch: Sea Day only. The hidden gem of the trip. When the ship starts doing 2 calls at CocoCay this will be no more. Genuinely good strip steaks, abundant serve yourself shrimp cocktail, pasta bar, chopped salad bar, ice cream sundae bar, fruit smoothies, nice cheese and meat spread, great variety. plus a la carte menu if you decide. El Loco Fresh: Just tried one burrito from here; nice salsa/guacamole bar. Limited menu but quick serve, good quality, was busy at all opening times. 1PM too late to open. Should be 11AM as right near pool. Johnny Rockets: This is a total waste of space. Remove the JR logo, stop trying to charge people for burgers and fries on a ship. It's tacky. Was deserted whenever I saw it; Bar was busy but food was a bust. If you're going to serve burgers and fries near the pool, just do it. This isn't a motel 6 cost vacation. I think this space will end up being repurposed to be honest. CocoCay: RCI hit a home run here and the upgrades are very impressive and surpassed expectations. One note for people w kids: That free Captains Galleon play feature is a death trap. One of the slides they have already stopped using. The second slide requires climbing a near vertical ladder even my kid had trouble with and he is very spry. the third slide dumps you out straight onto concrete and into other kids playing with water guns. Continue past the pirate ship and go to the free kids splash pad. This is actually a huge, well designed, awesome splash pad adjacent to food, bar, bathrooms, with seating for parents. A+ to RCI for the free larger splash pad area. Spent the day at Chill Beach near one of the Snack Shacks. They have some soccer games, beach bowling, volleyball, bean bag toss, etc. setup all free for use. Snack Shack has a serve yourself fruit and juice bar, plus order window w chicken sandwich, burgers, fries, funnel cake, mozz sticks, etc. No charge. I really wasn't hungry so had a chicken sandwich and half order of cheese sticks and that was it for the day. Way better than any of the lousy old beach BBQ they used to do at CocoCay. Walked through the buffet areas and saw new additions, steak sandwiches, veggie sandwiches, etc. Everything looked like a huge improvement from the past. Too much music from the Oasis Lagoon at Chill Beach; was hoping that area would be a bit quieter. No problem with the party atmosphere at the pool, I know a lot of people love it, but little difficult to get an actual quiet beach spot. they are still working on South Beach so perhaps once that opens can put some more distance on the Oasis Lagoon if you want a really quiet area. But that Oasis Lagoon is a really impressive area. The pool is HUGE. Genuinely huge. People were having a blast partying. It's about 3'6" to about 4' deep and has soft steps and a great zero entry section. A+ RCI nailed it on the pool. A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ to RCI providing free beach umbrellas. Look, I didn't want to spend a cent at CocoCay, and I didn't have to. I was anxious I'd feel crowded and like I was missing out. Not at all. Not crowded (Navigator and Majesty in port). I mean, yeah it was crowded and busy, but not tight, not fighting over chairs. Went for a couple laps in pool around 3 before going back to ship and pool area was slammed, but still manageable. Labadee sailaway is much prettier, but CocoCay has it all over Labadee or any other private cruise beach I've been to. Random thought: The dedicated TV channel with the bridge camera is gone. Now it shows up on the map channel for like 3 seconds after the map cycles a few times. Used to be a handy way to check time of day and weather for us interior room stowaways. TBH; would have the bridge cam on while getting ready for dinner in the past quite often. Weird choice RCI. Diamond Lounge moved from Viking Crown Lounge (with outdoor seating) . Now in former cigar bar. Very comfortable and nicely appointed. Small. SMALL. SMALL. Nice that it has windows though and one day the main door to the outside (side entrance to Star Lounge) was open so we could take our drinks outside on Deck 5. Previous lounge was one of my favorites ever so this pales, but it is still nice and for these short sailings makes sense. Service excellent. Voyager class remains a favorite of mine. I've long said these ships would crush it on the 3/4 day itineraries. I've sailed NCL Sky many times, I've sailed Carnival Victory many times, I've also sailed Majesty and Empress on their short Bahamas itineraries and now have done Mariner and Navigator on their Bahamas itineraries and the Voyager class ship is so far above the rest; it really provides an excellent floating resort with lots of entertainment and amenities. The few nitpicky things are just that, nitpicky. Navigator crushes it. CocoCay crushes it. For those keeping score: Diamond drinks can be used at any venue on the ship, no problem at all. My son got a Dreamworks and Barbie coloring book set. Which is cool. Even though RCI doesn't have those brands anymore. And he never got that book in the past, when they did. Someone must've found a box somewhere and unearthed them. Note about kids club while I remember; the space of the former kids club is now gym/spa area. So the kids club has been condensed. My son never did any day time activities but we would take him there after dinner but before the show (so he could play for about 90 mins - 2 hours and hopefully blow off steam). The club limit is 90 kids. They group ages 3 - 11 all together in the same room. That seemed like quite a big range to me and the total number of kids seemed low, but that's a function of the space and number of club counselors. He loved it and had fun. I can't say about late night hours or daytime activities. So, less than in the past, but again, for these short sailings, it makes sense and works. Or at least it worked for us. It's right under the basketball court which isn't a problem for a kids club, but not sure how that works out for you spa/gym people; check the area out! It was a good trip. That terminal A is absolutely seamless. So easy. Just a note about that too: If you do your setsail pass before you get to the terminal it doesn't matter if you are Key, Pinnacle, Diamond, first timer; you just are going to someone who scans the pass and puts you into security line. At no point would anything being "expedited" have made it faster for us. This was true for Allure and true for Navigator now as well. It's a really efficient terminal and process. I never went to any kind of Diamond line because we never waited behind anyone and never stopped moving. From walking in to on the ship took maybe 10 minutes? Walking off the ship was similar; basically never stopped moving once we decided it was "go" time. Does ANYONE from Carnival or NCL ever book an RCI cruise to see how the right way to handle this stuff is?? A+ for terminal experience twice now. If you have questions about things let me know. I didn't keep any papers. I didn't take many pictures. the only Diamond offers I used besides our nightly drinks was to get a free photo and requested a robe to use in the room.
  7. Does Izumi on the Navigator have a hibachi grill? Thanks fla gang
  8. A friend mentioned that the sauna and steam room on Navigator were removed during dry dock. Anyone have information on this?
  9. Hi there, We are a large group traveling December 2020 with kiddos ranging from age 4 to 16... I am concerned with what i am reading as far as wait time for the new water slides...ie. limited mats/wait time etc...' Is this a much less concern/problem on the Mariner? The slides look more thrilling on the navigator but navigator doesnt have the cool looking sky/jump pad. I am curious which ship people prefer in general and as per slides/sky pad...thanks so much. We would be first time RCL cruisers.
  10. Has anybody been on the Navigator for the 4 night to the Bahamas since the refurb? I would love to see a copy of the cruise compass if anyone has them. Does it have a formal night and which night is it? Do you have to check out pool towels and return them? Thanks in advance for any information.
  11. We just have a few questions: 1- What deck do you embark and disembark on? 2- When disembarking, was there more than one exit, in other words, some ships only have one but some ships have a forward and aft exit off the ship? 3- What time did you walk off the ship? 4- How is the ac/ cool at night or should I bring a fan? 5- What is your favorite bar?
  12. Just returned from a quick 3-day weekend on Navigator of the Seas! It was our first time on the Navigator; we stayed in an 8th floor balcony cabin, purchased The Key, had Deluxe Beverage Packages, visited The Observatorium Escape Room, and played follow-the-leader on Jet Skis while at Coco Cay! The Key was mostly a waste of money in my opinion and we will not be purchasing that option again. We tried The Flowrider for the first time which was awesome, as was the Escape Room, although our scheduled time was rescheduled. The comedian, whoever his name was, is terrible. The ice show is a must see, especially the drones! The other shows were enjoyable but nothing I would describe as extordinary. Overall we had a blast and would certainly do the ship/itinerary again. Like any cruise, it is what you make of it. Can't wait for our Symphony cruise next month! If you have any questions about the ship, itinerary or cruise overall, feel free to ask!
  13. My wife & I decided to break up the late summer blues & went on the newly refurbished Navigator Of The Seas 8/16-8/19 out of Miami. We had a super weekend, and I will break down the 7 elements of a cruise review that I usually do: cabins, dining & food, service, entertainment, public rooms & areas, and overall rating. As a former educator, I tend to give grades to everything, so I will continue that trend here . First, a little backround..this was our 37th cruise, 17th on RCI and we are Diamond, close to Diamond Plus ( after next moth's 9 night Anthem of The Seas to CA/ NE). Also I have been a cruise agent for 21 years, and have cruised also on NCL ( 6X), Carnival ( 6x), Princess ( 4x), Disney ( 2x), Celebrity and HAL once each. Therefore I have a pretty good base for comparisons to other cruise lines & ships. Cabin We had a balcony cabin # 9312 on the hump, about 5 doors down from the elevator on the port side. Cabin attendant Miguel from Columbia was excellent. The cabin had a new 36 inch Samsung TV with the usual channels..no CNN..I STILL can't understand in 2019 why cruise lines STILL cannot get U.S. sports channels, and we are often have to watch cricket, soccer ( both men's & women's ), and other sports that clearly are from Europe or somewhere else. I understood this when we started cruising in the mid 90's, but cruise lines, it's time to get better sports channels in the cabin! The bed was waaayyy too hard, and after a sleepless Friday night, we asked Miguel to get us an "upper" to make the mattress a little softer. It worked! Also the shower was awesome- hot water & nice pressure 100% of the time. A/C worked fine. Cabin gets a B+, cabin attendant gets an A. Dining & food We took the 3 night specialty dining package and it was a great decision! ALL 3 dining venues were superb- Hooked Seafood ( new), Chops Grille, and Jamie's Italian ( new on this ship). At Hooked we ate there Friday night and I had the Drunken Mussels to start, followed by surf & turf. Both were delicious.Service was great by our server, Sevilla. Had a table for 2 over looking the sea..perfect!! Saturday night we ate at Chops Grille, which we've eaten at before at least 20x. We both had the NY Strip and sides of mashed potatoes, and green beans. I had the shrimp cocktail for starters, my wife had the caesar salad. Dessert for me was a terrific Key Lime Pie. Atilla, our waiter was super. Third night we had Jamie's Italian and again, fantastic meal..we had the "board" appetizers and I had the braised rib, my wife, lamb chops, both killer..Ionut, from Turkey, was simply wonderful as our waiter. His wife works in Chops ( only female in there), so after dinner we walked across the hall to Chops, met her, congratulated her on their upcoming wedding, and told her BF was fabulous & good luck in the future. Food all 2 venues gets an A. BTW, we ate in the Windjammer twice for breakfast, and the dining room once ( so I could get my Eggs Benedict ), and both were fine. Buffet food is buffet food. Service We found everybody very friendly, and as usual service was not an issue..grade A Entertainment Here is where we were also VERY impressed..the ice skating show, “i Skate” I thought was maybe THEE best ice show I’ve ever seen on RCI- and I’ve seen like 15 shows on different ships. Skaters were marvelous, music could’ve been better ( a little too modern for me), but they all were remarkable!! Saturday night, we saw “Showgirls” in the Royal Theater, and that was surprisingly also awesome..great singing & dancing. We missed the headliner Sunday night because was had a 5:45 wake up call to deboard & also had to pack. There were also numerous live bands in the Royal Promenade that were very good.Band at the pool very good. Entertainment gets an A. Embarkation & debarkation Kuddos to RCI, both the fastest in my 37 cruises..we were in the new & beautiful RCI Miami terminal at 10:40 am, and ON THE SHIP by 10:55!! NO WAITING like usual to get on the ship..Debarkation was also so fast! NO passports looked at, no declaration of what you bought at customs..wow! We did the self deboarding and were off in 5 minutes!! Grade A+ !! Public Rooms & areas New spaces included The Bamboo Room on deck 5, Players Sports Bar, also deck 5..I will say that once again, draft beer on RCI is the worst in the entire cruise industry. NO DRAFT beers in the Copper & Clover British Pub!! NO draft beers in a British Pub? That’s like NO PIZZA in a pizza place….hence, that venue, usually with a nice crowd, was virtually EMPTY every time I walked by..very sad! On all other RCI ships that had a pub, I was in there 4-5x during a cruise..not this time. Players is the ONLY bar to get draft beers and their selection was not great ( there were 6 on draft)..compare this to the newer NCL ships, which has “The District”, a beer brewery that has 26 beers on draft & another 50 in bottles!! A beer drinker’s heaven!! I also want to say the only crowded place was the Royal Promenade on deck 5..I think after our last cruise on the Harmony Of The Seas, one gets used to the 60 ft wide promenade VS. the 30 ft wide on Voyager/ Freedom class ships..it is a HUGE difference..pool areas were nicely decorated and lots of additions in terms of trees, kid’s stuff, etc, were evident. For a 17 yr. old ship, the NOS looked great. A word on Coco Cay- this place we thought was fantastic! The Pool is like the size of Texas, with a swim up bar and lots of young chairs..music a little loud, and maybe not exactly my kinda music ( I am old- prefer 60’s-70’s-80’s music), but I am used to pretty awful music at pools. The beach area we were at ( Chill Island) was super..lots of shade and loungers..it was about 200 degrees F both days, but typical for this time of year. The crowd is fairly young, and while we were in the pool, my wife noticing shall we say, “all the young pretty girls in bikinis’, said to me..”wow, how would like to be about 25 and single and be here?” ..of course, I answered diplomatically and said, ‘IF I was 25 ( even 18 ,lol..), sure, but I’m here with you having a great time”..LOL..LOL… Overall Overall we thought this 3 night cruise was sensational..we hope to do this again, but this time in the winter when it’s not sooooo hot..overall grade gets an A-..along with the Disney Dream , this was the best 3-4 night cruise we ever took..well done RCI!! Big Al
  14. Are any of these available on Navigator? Not sure if a glass is over the deluxe drink package though. Any other suggestions? I really like rose. Moet & Chandon Taittinger Bollinger Veuve Clicquot
  15. Hello, We are still tossing up taking a flight out of Miami International 10:30 or 1:45....we are flying to northern Florida, Jacksonville. For those who cruised on the Navigator, what time did you get off the ship and pass customs? My other half says lets go for the early flight I say the late flight so like to hear what time you got off the ship and past customs, thank you!
  16. Heading out on a quick 3-day'er Friday morning aboard Navigator for the first time! We did get the Key, so can't wait to see what's in store. We'll be sure to report back on our experience with it. Anybody have any last minute "pro tips" for Navigator!?
  17. Apparently I'm terrible at using CC's search function.... If I want to get on the Navigator as early as possible, what time should I arrive to port? Thank you!
  18. Hello, We are booked on the Navigator, 4 night in October. I am trying to get my sister/brother in law to join us, they have a few questions that I am unable to answer. 1- Is there a diamond discount for the beverage package 2- Diamond gets three comp drinks on their sea pass card, can they go to any bar and order a drink, and does it have to be on the same drink menu as the diamond club has 3- What brand of pinot Grigio or sauvignon blanc does diamond club offer 4- Does anybody have the 4 night dinner menus to share 5- Does diamond get a discount on the Voom package 6- What level in the dining room is anytime dining
  19. My wife and I were on the 4-night Navigator three times this summer: June 10, July 8, and August 12. The last of the three disembarked only today. They were all wonderful cruises but we noticed a surprising number of changes in the mere 5 weeks between the July 8 cruise and the cruise that just ended, so I thought I would point them out: There were no reserved seats in either the theater or Studio B on the August 12 cruise. We were in a GS so that would have devalued the experience except that there were so many seats available for both shows that it did not seem to matter. It surely devalues The Key, but, being in a GS, we did not purchase The Key. It has been noted elsewhere but our Seapass cards were silver, not gold. The only people who had gold cards were the Pinnacles (and we are D+, not P). The lobster at Hooked was much bigger and much improved. It is now advertised as a 2-pound lobster, whereas it was previously advertised as a 1 1/4 pound lobster and I am pretty sure that those weights are correct. It was also prepared differently, more like the way it is prepared in better seafood restaurants on land, The claw meat was left in the shell rather than removed by the chef and the butter and stuffing were on the side rather than in the lobster. Hooked probably now provides better value than any of the other specialty restaurants. You now need to use the supplied nutcracker in order to eat all of the lobster. The sushi at Izumi is also much improved. Perhaps we just went on a bad day in July but the sushi in July was a little off; it just did not taste perfectly fresh. It was perfect on the last cruise. The Imperial Seafood Tower at Chops was incredible. This may not be a change since we never had it before but we ordered it as an appetizer to share and it turned out to be an entire meal for two. It had about twice as many shrimp, clams and mussels as the menu said it would have and the "lobster tail" was really a whole Maine lobster minus only the large claws. I think it was just as large as the 2-pound lobster at Hooked was. Neither of us was able to eat much of our entree courses after we ate that seafood tower. It is well worth the extra $19. The Ice Show (ISkate) was performed only on the afternoon of the last day of the cruise. Previously, it had been performed on the evening of the embarkation day as well as on that last afternoon. However, we went to the second show and Studio B was only about 80% full. Many people on the ship must have elected not to see it at all, which is a shame since it is a wonderful show. While the production shows ("Showgirl" and "Ballroom Dancing") were unchanged, the Headliner Show (which, of course, always changes) was, in our opinion, the best ever. The entertainer was the "Oh, What a Night Tribute" band and they were incredible. Of course, my opinion was affected by the fact that I have always loved The Four Seasons and am old enough to remember well when they had their first big hit (Sherry). It has been noted elsewhere but the welcome aboard lunch for people with The Key moved from Chops to the MDR. Chops was made available on embarkation day to people with the Ultimate Dining Plan and the old lunch menu (with the 8 oz. filet mignon) was back there instead of the Key menu with the smaller filet. Once again, you could order multiple appetizers at Chops. Jamie's was no longer open for lunch on embarkation day. The bottom line: IMHO, The Key (which we did not have) was notably devalued but the Ultimate Dining Plan (which we had) was worth more than before. The elimination of the reserved seats in the main theater and especially in Studio B was unannounced, unexplained and a total surprise. I would like to know whether that also happened on other ships or only the Navigator.
  20. I have more questions for my Cruise Critic Crew. I've read that there is a size difference between side Junior Suites and aft Junior Suites on Voyager class ships. The difference is that with the aft suites, the cabin is slightly smaller while the balcony is slightly larger/deeper than side suites. If I need a rollaway bed, I would be able to fit one in a side suite but not an aft suite. Is that correct? An RCI agent implied as such, but I wanted to see if anyone here can confirm. Sometimes people here know more than the agents I contact. I assume if it is true, all side suites are the same, so I can fit a rollaway in any one of them. As far as the side suite balcony being a bit smaller than aft, can 4 people honestly fit comfortably out there? I'm not looking to have a square dance party or anything, just want to be able to all be out there without tripping over each other. Right now, for the Navigator cruise I am looking into, there are 4 aft JS on deck 6, and plenty of side JS on deck 9. Trying to decide.
  21. Anyone know how laser tag works on Navigator? On Mariner, it was stand by only . On Symphony, you could reserve for one time, and you could also play on stand by (i.e. if spots left at each grouping, then they would take from the standby line). You booked on board (i.e. not via cruise planner) On Navigator? Is it stand by only? Or they take reservations once on board? Also, anyone know how often it is offered? Obviously they don't run it when there is an ice show, but not sure if the hours are still minimal , or if it runs on the other days. Thanks.
  22. Hello everyone! Just back from our 4 night Nassau/CoCoCay cruise! After reading everything I could to prepare for the trip and all the help you provided, I thought I’d do a report with the result. I’m going to try to post lots of photos, but have had trouble with that in the past. Fingers crossed it all works out! 🤞🏼 Let me start by introducing myself and the group with which I was crushing. I’m a late 40’s dance Mom from Michigan traveling with my husband and our 13-year-old dancer daughter. Oh yeah, and 48 other dancers and 189 family members from our dance studio, Central City Dance in Canton, Michigan. Here we are:
  23. Hey all, I’m a super planner and am crazy excited for our first cruise, Feb 3 2020 from MIA on the Navigator. We’re a group of three adults, 4 children ages 5,6,7, and 8. 1) Will we be able to find out what activities are available on embarkation day ahead of time? I have a list for what I should do (check table assignment location, do a spa tour, check into kids club, check with pursers desk to see the nightly menu ahead of time) as I’ve been lurking for a while, but is the kids club available for drop off that day, or is it just enrolling/checking in? 2) Do they have the ice show the first night? Can I make a reservation for seating precruise, do I need need to make one once onboard, or is it first come first served (we’re just basic interior staterooms)? I have noticed from checking out previous Compasses that the show is typically at 7:30. Our MDR dinner seating is at 6 every night (to take advantage of the kids pickup if we so desire), I’m feeling like we won’t have enough time to eat and then get to the theater. 3) Also, as far as MDR seating, do we need to cancel ahead of time if we choose to eat elsewhere (not at an upgraded restaurant)? Will the husbands need slacks, khakis, or jeans for dinner in the MDR? If some of our group wants to skip MDR dinner but others want to participate will that be a problem? What constitutes a “bad” table location (for 9) versus “preferred”? Thanks for the help, I’m sure to have 100 more questions between now and February!
  24. Please could some tell me what this means, the Navigator is Ampt. thanks Sue
  25. Curious, since the Navigator doesn't have a coastal kitchen for JS passengers, is there any other alternative for dinner to take its place?
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