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Is there a way to see where your muster station is before getting on the ship?

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50 minutes ago, CrusingRuthing said:

I am station B11 on Adventure of the Seas

If you watch this video you will see B 11 is right on the shuffleboard area.  Almost midship starboard. 

 

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4 hours ago, stevea36 said:

I have never seen a map of where muster station locations are.

 

Muster station # is printed on my set sail pass for future cruises the Anthem and Allure.

I have not seen a map either.

 

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4 hours ago, CrusingRuthing said:

I am station B11 on Adventure of the Seas

 

The cruise line does not publish maps of muster stations.

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I would say we lucked out on Adventure last year, having station A2, but it was so crowded in the lounge, you barely had room to breathe. If you weren't there immediately after the call went out, it was standing room only.

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5 minutes ago, hapster85 said:

 If you weren't there immediately after the call went out, it was standing room only.

 

Still better than being outside on deck 4 where it is also "standing room only"  🙂 

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36 minutes ago, hapster85 said:

I would say we lucked out on Adventure last year, having station A2, but it was so crowded in the lounge, you barely had room to breathe. If you weren't there immediately after the call went out, it was standing room only.

 

Sounds like our experience on Liberty last week.  We mustered in the Star Lounge and people were practically sitting in each other's laps.

 

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33 minutes ago, twangster said:

 

Still better than being outside on deck 4 where it is also "standing room only"  🙂 

 

Agree, especially in 90 degree heat.

 

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1 minute ago, Plant said:

Do they have a special place for disabled cruisers?

 

Yes, you need to contact special needs department.

 

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Still better than being outside on deck 4 where it is also "standing room only"   
Agreed. We were also lucky on Liberty, where our muster station was on the shaded side of the ship. Even though it was October, it was still pretty warm out. Certainly didn't envy those on the sunny side.

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