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snowmo

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Milwaukee and Ft Myers
  • Interests
    Golf, bowling, traveling and cocktailing.
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    NCL and Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Europe

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  1. I’m not a musical guy at all but the group I was with wanted to see it on the bliss in October and I was blown away. So much that I saw it again on the breakaway last week and it was equally as good. I will say it helps if you are familiar with Henry the 8th’s story. I had watched the Tudors on showtime so it’s easier to understand each wife’s story. It’s not on broadway yet here but I think it’s been playing in London. NCL is so far ahead of the other lines on entertainment, it’s not even close.
  2. I was just on it in October but I can guarantee you that there will be hardly any kids on the 21 day ocean to ocean cruise. There was never that big of a line on ours for it as most adults were getting stuck halfway thru and had to crawl out a trap door. I wouldn’t worry a bit on noise. You will hear more noise from the guys moving the deck chairs around. Have a great time on that one.
  3. I just saw from the agency that I use that indeed the 30% does start tomorrow but to get back to the prices from a week ago, this has to be combined with the past guest 20% off offer just to get back to even. I just got off the breakaway and during the future cruise presentation, the cruise next manager said the powers to be have over estimated the demand for Alaska so expect big discounts at some point for that market.
  4. I get it everytime as I stream football or baseball from my home cable. Sometimes it buffers a little but 90% of the time it works just great. If you are a sports nut, you can’t count on the ships tv package to get anything but boring soccer 24/7.
  5. The biggest value with the NCL cc is using the card for a meta upgrade. For 30000 points, you can book an OV and move up to the usually much higher value balcony room on the more expensive itineraries. I booked an OV on an Alaskan cruise last year and saved $800 pp vs direct booking an balcony. I would do the same for European cruises and longer cruises where there is a big difference between the categories. Not worth it if you are just going to use it for OBC only. At least the NCL card gives triple points vs RCCL and Celebrity where they only give double points. They also don’t offer the meta upgrade like NCL does. Hope this helps u decide.
  6. It's no longer available as of April 28. Nothing has been released yet on what they are going to use the space for on the breakaway. I'm on the April 14th sailing and if I hear anything while I'm on the ship, I will let you know.
  7. You are only charged for the first 2 in the room. Daughter is still free. Only catch is if you bid up to a suite category, your service charge would be increased for her also. Sent from my iPad using Forums
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