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FijiFlip

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    Virginia
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Carabean

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  1. Is bottled water included with the owners suite? Or the Hawaii beverage package?
  2. Ohh! I agree with you. I think I would like the music but we wouldn’t like being on display like that. 😳
  3. Yes, with so many to choose from, it was hard to make a choice. The hot tub on the balcony was what tipped us towards the OS.
  4. If you are looking at the owners suites, I think the ones on deck 13 have larger living areas but do not have a hot tub on the balcony if that matters to you.
  5. Wow! It sounds like such a nice relaxing way to start your cruise. I’m used to the madness at port of Miami for most of my Caribbean cruises. Realy looking forward to this trip.😁
  6. That is good to know. I have mostly sailed Carnival so far. I am looking forward to the “Norwegian experience” 😎
  7. Thank you so much for that reply. We sail in November and I am sooo looking forward to this trip. I always try to be onboard and start the adventure as soon as possible. 🤪
  8. I have searched as best I can for the answer to this but I have had no luck. I must admit the “new” message boards are really frustrating to me. Sooo I apologize if this is a redundant thread. Can anyone tell me what the earliest guests staying in suites (in this case owners suite) can board the Pride of America? What time can you start check-in in the priority lounge? Thanks! Flip
  9. That is awesome. We’re you in a suite?
  10. The liberty was the first steakhouse I went to. 🙂 That is a shame you were turned away. The post about allowing them on embarkation night was VERY recent on John's site. Either way one of the biggest problems with all of this is not the rules or that they are not clear. The problem lies in Carnival's inconsistent procedures for enforcing rules from ship to ship and from sailing to sailing. If you could know what to expect on EVERY ship, EVERY time you sail, this would not even be a issue worth posting about.
  11. I received and email from carnival yesterday saying that the port of Miami had announced that one of the gangway ramps would not be available for our embarkation this coming Sunday and that check in times were pushed back an hour. Does anyone know how this affects platinum and FTTF guests that are not required to follow a check in time? Thanks! Flip
  12. We are sailing this Sunday the 25th. I got an email yesterday saying the check in times had all been pushed back and hour because one of the gangway ramps was not going to be available and boarding would be slowed down significantly. I wonder if those times are posted that way in response to the ports announcement that the ramp was broken and under repair.?
  13. When I saw this topic, I initially rolled my eyes thinking this was just another RC vs Carnival plug fest. I'm glad I opened this one up. I really like the way you have broken your analysis down into categories taking in to account that they both do certain things better, the same as, and/or worse than each other. Great thread. /following 🙂 Flip
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