Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

About LadyBeBop

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
  • Interests
    Travel, crocheting
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Anywhere there’s a ship. And a pina colada.

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Thanks for the Cruise Compass. 🙂 A few questions. 1). Saw your filet mignon lunch. Looks delicious. I’m assuming that will be the first and last time you’ll see it at the WJ. However, it lists the WJ as “reservations preferred”. Do they want you to make reservations for the WJ? 2). And they showed Johnny Rockets as “reservations required.” Reservations for Johnny Rockets??? 3). Might be too early for this question but is there any bar open during breakfast? Can’t go without my mimosa.
  2. Have fun. 😃 Can you show the entire Compass? Enquiring minds want to know. Please and thanks. 🙂
  3. I’m wondering what would happen if one was assigned the vaccinated status and the other the non-vaccinated status. You two couldn’t dine together. Probably couldn’t attend most shows together. However, I would think only about 5% of those cursing would be designated non-vaccinated. 1 in 20.
  4. Is it a buffet? Or did someone serve you? We stayed at a Holiday Inn Express, just outside of Houston last month. Week-long stay, visiting family. Free breakfast as well, but we were served. After four days of cold eggs and chewy bacon, we ate breakfast elsewhere. Your breakfast looks good. BTW, do you feel smarter since you stayed at a Holiday Inn Express, last night? (Remembering the old commercials.)
  5. It’s not even 20% off on all tours. Just “selected” tours.
  6. I can’t wait until my 12-year old granddaughter gets the vaccine. Hoping she is fully inoculated when she goes to summer camp in July.
  7. My June 2021 five-day cruise on the Navigator of the Seas has been officially shifted to a June 2022 five-day cruise on the Freedom of the Seas. It can be done. 🙂
  8. Looks like I’ll be doing the lift and shift dance (from June 2021 to June 2022). 😪 I bought my drink package for the now-cancelled cruise on Black Friday. Just like the cruises in 2018 and 2019. Do you think there will be a better time to buy for 2022?
  9. Carnival just announced no June cruises from the US. https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/24719-carnival-cruise-line-cancels-june-cruises.html RCCL can’t be far behind. I think it’s the only cruise line that hasn’t canceled June, yet.
  10. I just want to know something, so we can make alternate plans for our vacation time in June. And to make plans to sail, probably next June. Have a question. Is it true that RCCL has to honor our booking fare if we do a “lift and shift” for next June? We booked a “second person sail for half price and kids sail free” fare. My 12-year old granddaughter will be 13 by next June; too old for a normal “kids sail free” fare.
  11. Honestly, I’m not sure I understand my complete question. Can I assume if there is a cancellation after final payment, I can get a full refund? Also, can I assume if there is a cancellation, either before or after final payment, our price for a 2022 cruise of the same itinerary will be locked in? Including my 13 year old (as of October)granddaughter sailing at the kids sail free price?
  12. Didn’t want to start a new thread. So far, our mid-June cruise out of Miami hasn’t been cancelled yet. Five day cruise to Coco Cay and Nassau. I just got the reminder that final payment is due on the 31st. If there is a cruise, we are going. Our party consists of me, my adult daughter and her 12-year old daughter. My daughter and I will be fully vaccinated. My granddaughter, of course, will not. I have my doubts that the cruise will happen. But I’m not sure. I have the final payment funds. But I don’t want to commit until the last minute. One thing abou
  13. How near future is near future? Our next cruise is in mid-June. I’m high risk, so I should be vaccinated by then. But I’m traveling with my daughter and 12-year old granddaughter. They probably won’t be. So, what’s our game plan?
  14. I don’t think we’re that close. Probably not until the beginning of 2021. High risk individuals will get it first. Then medical workers. Then the rest of us. Possibly not until 2022. We are booked on a four night cruise in June out of Miami. Hoping that is still a go. I’m also hoping that rapid testing will be more accurate. Because I don’t think I’ll be vaccinated by then. We have eight months. Fingers crossed.
  15. Where would it cruise to. We would need a foreign port. Cannot cruise to nowhere anymore. Bermuda is too far. Is Nova Scotia or New Brunswick too far also?
  • Create New...