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About zeridan

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    Cool Cruiser

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    Travel, the outdoors
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity, RCL, Cunard
  1. Attached is a form a customer service rep on the phone sent me. It was explained to me that you want there to be specific info about the ship and date of sailing as well as permission to make medical decisions. We've used it twice. Once they examined it and another time they never even asked for it. If you are uncomfortable with attachments I've cut and pasted it below as well. Affidavit - Authorization for Minor to Travel We, (First, Middle, Last Name) ________________________________ and __________________________________ hereby accept the conditions for my minor child
  2. Pretty much the same size as Oasis.
  3. Yup. You can, you just pay the difference on the pricing that THEY have. Give them a call.
  4. With cash accounts. Keep in mind on a 7+ night sailing the put a $500 limit and on a shorter sailing a $300 spending limit. Which means each time you spend that much (be it automatic gratuities, purchases, excursions, casino etc) you have to go on down to guest services and give them more cash. So you will want to get a big enough OBC for all your spending if that is the way you go. Keep in mind, they are going to give that back to you as cash at the end of the cruise if there is surplus.
  5. The fee on even just $1500 would be $75. If you are planning to spend less than that in the casino on average, it is unlikely that you will find yourself ever getting rated as Prime unless you cruise a lot. I'd just bring the cash at that point. If they ever bring back the ability to pre-purchase chips/play that could be a solution as well.
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