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BermudaBound2014

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    Michigan
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    Travel, hiking, hiking while traveling
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    Iโ€™m not even loyal to my siblings
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Anything across the pond

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  1. I donโ€™t disagree with you there, however we own our own business too- and as much as we may like to say the above to customers and dismiss their concerns entirely, we never have.
  2. I'm not going to comment on the tipping aspect of this thread, but would like to comment on the above quote from Homosassa who has quoted a MSC guest service representative. Telling a customer 'you are not on Carnival' and then abruptly dismissing them is a perfect example of what I mean when I try to explain to others that the 'guest isn't always right on MSC". I suspect this may also be a reason that MSC has such low rankings when it comes to customer service.
  3. I was unaware that azamaran already had the special built ships. Do you know which ship it is?
  4. The first MSC data breach that I was aware of happened in 2014/2015. At that time, it wasn't just a loyalty number compromised, it was full names, addresses, birth dates, and passport numbers (based on reports here on CC). I was booked on a MSC cruise and was specifically concerned about my passport number. I did a bit of research and found that if it were just a passport number shared that wasn't necessarily something to freak out about, but a passport number along with names/address/birth date left me very vulnerable for identity theft. I kept an eye on my accounts and nothing came of it, but I do remember being concerned. MSC is certainly not the only company that leaves customer data vulnerable, but it is a historic problem that consumers should be aware of so they can remain proactive.
  5. Does this mean that the cruise lines that are already selling 2022 will cancel those cruises, or is there something in play where existing itineraries can continue? Azamaran and Seabourn are both offering Antarctica in 2022.
  6. Which dock in. Hamburg will you be ? There are three and each of them are not close. It will make a big difference in which hotel
  7. Welcome to MSC - see my#3 above ๐Ÿ™‚. Best to just roll with these little nuances- as beam stated above there is not much hope in figuring MSC out. And once you do, change is likely coming. ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™€๏ธ
  8. Haha- I thought I read they stopped serving complimentary Champaign in YC! Glad you could fight for it. Gotta fight for your right to paaaaaartty!! (Sorry)
  9. Excellent beardface. I wasnโ€™t trying to dissuade you at all, I was trying to paint a full picture. Yc is a good fit for many- my DH would be bored to tears. He likes action-, but for trips that are primarily for chilling, itโ€™s a beautiful way to be on the sea.
  10. Iโ€™m not jazz (or jazzy), but I assure you it is per cabin and at times combines with voyager and other discounts ๐Ÿ™‚
  11. Are you sure you have the right person ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ™‚ :). I am humbled by your compliment and do sincerely hope to meet you onboard one day (you can give me a tour of the Royal Suite.). With 7 more booked already I think we should rename it the RattanChair Suite :).
  12. Welcome home! It was fun reading along as you had a fantastic week aboard seaside! Would you book the royal suite again???
  13. Are you onboard right now? We can probably help walk you through other options also.
  14. Prices are really low for seaside and Divina too- just not Armonia low lol. if I were looking to just get on the sea, Iโ€™d book this older gal in a NY minute.
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