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  1. Do you know if this is still the target? (Potential first time Azamara cruiser here!)
  2. So according to that, they should’ve been testing fuel cells as early as 2017. Have we seen anything to suggest they actually did?
  3. Yes, I know that. But Liberty was scheduled to leave Galveston for Miami in October 2021 and begin sailing the 3/4 night Bahamas cruises (replacing Navigator, which is scheduled to move to Port Everglades). Now that Liberty is staying in Galveston, there is no ship for those short cruises.
  4. Unrelated to the transpacifics discussion, but do we have any idea what ship will be doing the 3/4 night Bahamas cruises from Miami in 21-22? It was supposed to be Liberty, but she was kept in Galveston.
  5. With Liberty remaining in Galveston, that leaves Miami without a ship to do the 3/4 night Bahamas cruises. I wonder what ship will end up doing them.
  6. Empress does have some 7 night itineraries to Bermuda. Stays in both Hamilton and St. Georges.
  7. Odyssey is already scheduled to be sailing from Florida until April 2022. Plus I don't think they'd pull Florida's first Q Class ship away after just two seasons. Could it be Spectrum?
  8. Definitely eBay. Last I checked, there were plenty of Oasis models. I was searching for Mariner for about a year before finally finding one at a decent price about two months ago. Beware of many sellers charging almost double the cost of the model if you were to buy it on the ship.
  9. This would explain why Liberty’s planned 3/4 night cruises from Miami weren’t made available with the rest of the Short Caribbean / Bahamas.
  10. Seeing the interior pictures have made me all the more eager to try the ship. I don’t think the public spaces look cold at all. Most of the restaurants and bars are not dark, but sleek and comfortable (some even cozy). The Roundabout is a really neat space that is bright and airy. And I think Razzle Dazzle is amazing. I will say I think the upper decks are more utilitarian. And I don’t know why they would have made the pool so small. I think there are functionality issues with some furniture choices, particularly in the cabins. I wish they would have went with a more traditional sofa and bed layout, although I do applaud their innovation.
  11. And “no kids, no kidding” is one of the first phrases to flash across the screen when I see their ads. I don’t think they can easily back away from that just yet.
  12. Regarding Adventure's suitability for the itineraries - we sailed on her in September 2018 from NJ to Quebec. Besides some extra crowds indoors on the chilly days, we didn't have a problem. I wouldn't bank on much pool time, but that wasn't our priority for the trip. We did get to use the pool while we were in Sydney, NS though.
  13. Not as part of the amplifications. Except for the cabins that are going to become Spa Cabins next year - those are being redone. And newly added cabins always have a new feel. Some of the Voyager Class ships had cabins updated (new navy blue upholstery, carpet color schemes) during their prior dry docks before the introduction of the Royal Amplified program. But the recent amps have not included it. With that said, carpets and upholstery are replaced on an as needed basis throughout all ships.
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