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Old November 27th, 2004, 12:02 PM
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Question Explorer of the Seas Compass and Menus

We are leaving on the EOS on January 2nd. By any chance would someone happen to have a current copy of the Compass and also the menu?

If so, could you either email it to me or if you know somewhere on the web where it might be, provide the link? We'd love to take a look beforehand!!!

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I presume you are looking for the Western Carib..there does exist a photo album on www.Webshots.com with the Western Caribbean Explorer compass from June 2004..I think that is what you are after..The author took and has posted photos of the compass. The only problem is I don't know how I got to the link, so I am trying to send you a copy of the top of the page I was viewing..(it seems I could 'share' the photos with a friend, but I would need an email to forward to you).
http://Explorer of the seas Western Caribbean Compass
http://community.webshots.com/user/z28cookie.
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Also go here for a ton of pics, menus, info, etc: http://cruiseclues.com/shipstips/exploreroftheseas.htm
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Hi Kathy,

Thanks for the info! I looked at it........hard to read it though, but I'll keep on trying.

Mark, thanks for the info as well, however the menu and compass on cruiseclues.com is a couple years old. I have been looking at their site on and off for some time now hoping for a newer version.
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Check out our web site. We were on an Explorer Western Caribbean cruise on October 24th. We took a lot of pictures of our excursions and the ships and I scanned the Cruise Compasses as well as the Shopping Todays and other docs from the cruise. There is a link on our site to my parents' page that shows pictures of their stops to places like Kohunlich and Altun Ha ruins. From the main page click "Cruising" and the look at the stuff on the Explorer site.

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We'd love to see the Compass and menus from the Eastern Itinerary, if anyone has them.


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Check out our web site. We were on an Explorer Western Caribbean cruise on October 24th. We took a lot of pictures of our excursions and the ships and I scanned the Cruise Compasses as well as the Shopping Todays and other docs from the cruise. There is a link on our site to my parents' page that shows pictures of their stops to places like Kohunlich and Altun Ha ruins. From the main page click "Cruising" and the look at the stuff on the Explorer site.

http://www.tomandemily.com
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I was going to post your site but you beat me to it lol
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Tprime,

Thanks so much!!!! Now I just have to remember how to make what I'm viewing on my screen bigger so I can read the Compass better, but the scan job you did was great.

So anyone have any recent menus??? LOL
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