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  1. I haven't done it yet on the Sky Princess but will try it on that ship next year. I've done it three times on the Caribbean Princess, The Regal Princess, and the Royal Princess. I now sign up on every cruise Worth every penny IMHO and what else would one do for three hours? Howard
  2. Check out Allianz https://www.allianztravelinsurance.com/travel/planning/how-travel-insurance-works.htm " If youโ€™re planning several trips in the next 12 months, consider annual travel insurance โ€” like the AllTrips Prime Plan. It gives you affordable protection for a full year of travel, including benefits for trip cancellation and interruption; emergency medical care; lost/stolen or delayed baggage; and the Rental Car Damage Protector (available to residents of most states). " Check it out Howard
  3. You definitely do not want especially 2 1/2 year old's holding on to their ice cream looking down into your cabin. BTW on our first day she would not step on the glass block but by the second day with ice cream there was no more problem on the sky walk Howard
  4. Only the one being occupied by our three grandchildren Howard
  5. We received our Medallion towards the end of our 49 day South American cruise on the Royal Princess earlier this year and it worked just fine. Howard
  6. Although we spent seven weeks and 49 days on the Royal Princess earlier this year going around South America, I was unable to make it to Antarctica. As others have mentioned it was quite a pricey trip with no guarantee of a refund if cancelled due to weather. The highlight for us was the Falkland Islands and able to spend time with the Penquins. Howard
  7. Agreed He was on our 7 week 49 day cruise around South America earlier this year and we loved him Howard
  8. There were outlets in our mini suite on the Regal. I'm sure there is at least one in an interior cabin Howard
  9. The best thing that you can do for the kids is to sign them up for swim school to teach them how to swim Swim schools do not use swim vests They can be enrolled as soon as they are potty trained
  10. Ours was a gift but we felt it was well worth the money This dinner as well as the Chef's Table was outstanding. Howard
  11. Seven weeks on the Royal earlier this year. No complaints about the food Howard
  12. We spent 7 weeks on the Royal earlier this year and walked sometimes two miles on deck 18. Seven times around equals one mile The outer lane is for runners and the inner lane is for walkers. Loved the ship and will return again Howard
  13. Yes! You remain in airplane mode. The only time I used my phone to connect to a local cell tower was in Buenos Aires to meet friends for dinner Once back on board ship it was back to airplane mode
  14. On the Royal for 7 weeks the laundry room never closed. Place load of laundry in machine at 4:30 AM Join group at International Cafe Return to Laundry Room 35 min later Place clothes in dryer Return to group at International Cafe Return to Laundry Room 35 min later Remove clothes from dryer Return clothes to cabin Return to group at International Cafe Group moves to Horizon Court at 6AM Meet DW for breakfast in dining room at 7:30AM Walk two miles on deck 18 after breakfast Gained only one pound after seven weeks Life was good Never had a laundry problem Howard
  15. Thank you for the info. We don't have any high wattage devices. In fact most of my hair is gone ๐Ÿ˜ž
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