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untailored bostonian

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About untailored bostonian

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Scituate, MA
  • Interests
    my grandchildren
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    NCL, Carnival, Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    the one I am on
  1. I want to select a boarding time to minimize the wait for the access to our cabin. What time do you think the cabins will be ready?
  2. We always use waterproof card holders. We loop their ropes into a belt loop. We then tuck it into a pocket. We use them to hold cash and credit cards when get off at a port.
  3. It will never happen, but I’d like a ship design that has multiple pool decks. Place the pools to the edge of a lower deck looking out to sea. They could be those shallow 3-4’ deep “soaking pools”. Say three pools: one aft, two midship. These could be designed to be sheltered from weather with a retractable awning. There could still be “pool cabins” forward and between the midship and aft pools. Add a mini snacks buffet and “promenade” seating.
  4. I think I read that anytime dining is in one of the two dining rooms. We will be on the Ledgend in two weeks and it has a single main dining room. Can you select anytime dining on the Ledgend?
  5. We will be on the Legend in about a month and am concerned about how the flooding in Hilo and Hana. They have both suffered an extreme rainfall. I hope both Hawaii and Maui are ok, but I suspect major flood damage on the big island and damage to road to Hana.
  6. I’ll be on the same cruise in a 4K room. I am not happy. If I knew they were doing this I’d have booked a balcony.
  7. As one that was looking forward to my cabin with these door, I would suggest the cabins appeal was the ability to have natural light AND bringing able to get fresh air, sea air, in the room. I’ve sailed on a Carnival ship with a deck 2 balcony, so nearness to the ocean cannot be an issue. I’m 3 weeks out from our cruise, and this is disappointing.
  8. If you are there now, keep your room. If you are there, what are the local stations expecting?
  9. It looks to be far enough offshore which will limit wind damage. The onshore wind with wave battering is going to be the problem. I wonder how the Kona area will be affected by surge and flooding. Honolulu will also be exposed to an onshore wind flow a storm surge. I have not seen any surge maps for these locations.
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