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J_Bronco34

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About J_Bronco34

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Centerville, MA
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Norwegian, Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska
  1. The App is working on my end on my Android. 360 days away from our cruise to Alaska and I guess we are in the Blue lane - whatever that means? 🤔🤔 Vancouver embarkation June 4, 2022.
  2. How long have they been working on a solution for this ongoing problem now?? Goodness Gracious! It just goes on and on and on...bleh 😕😕
  3. Would be nice if they did this for northbound 2022 cruises. In Ketchikan from 6:30A-3:00P next year. More time in Ketchikan would be excellent but I doubt it changes.
  4. Not trying to hijack the topic, but what does this mean, if anything, for Alaska cruises like mine for June 4, 2022? Could those cruises to Alaska that are supposed to originate in Vancouver actually be canceled if the ports are not opened up in the Spring?
  5. In still locked out as well. New to Princess Cruises. Sailing June 4, 2022 on the Majestic Princess northbound to Alaska. If it sails... And if I can login eventually as well... Will we be able to login by next June is the question...lol
  6. Question: If the Bliss is not going to be stopping in Victoria at the end of its itinerary, will they just return to Seattle a day earlier or add another Alaskan port of call??
  7. So, buffets are eliminated? Does that mean that the old way of folks simply grabbing food and adding it to their plates is out OR that buffets are gone period? If people are served, as was outlined above, what's wrong with that??
  8. My apologies if this question was already asked previously but does anyone have any information on when the Alaska 2023 cruises will be released? Thank you.
  9. Rougher waters west of Vancouver Island is what is said can occur versus on the east side? 🤔🤔
  10. Totally agreed. That inside passage route has unspoiled beauty. That is, besides the glaciers, the best stretch of the entire trip...the ship weaving and winding it's way through the little islands of the Passage. It almost begs to look at the smaller ships that also do the Inside Passage and give the other cruise ports a shot like Wrangell and Sitka...where the larger ships cannot dock or anchor at apparently.
  11. Thank you for the information. While it is not enough for us to change our minds about doing the cruise or not, it puts a bit of a damper on it that first day. But now I understand the reasoning behind it. There does not appear to be too much concern about the maneuverability of the Majestic between Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway. Interesting information. All the more reason to try and secure a starboard side cabin for the cruise though if cruising northbound.
  12. Hello fellow cruisers 🙂. My first post on the forums. Hopefully in the correct place. Myself and my GF are keeping our fingers crossed for the Alaska cruises returning soon. We are booked for the Majestic Princess northbound on June 4, 2022. I was on the NCL Sun on my first Alaska cruise in June 2015 out of Vancouver and I recall going under the Lions Gate Bridge and the scenery along that passageway was unforgettable, even before getting to Alaska! My question is the routing of the Majestic: Does anyone have any information on if it will sail to the east or the west of Vancouver Island
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