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  1. 34 minutes ago, Engineroom Snipe said:

    Again, I have been on many Royal cruises and have never encountered a scooter blocking my passageway.

     

    Somehow they are handling this issue well because I would complain if I could.

     

    😁

    It's just the opposite with us. We always cruise out of Cape Liberty and on most cruises we see scooters, walkers, and even baby strollers in the hallway. I guess it's up to the Hotel Manager how much they enforce the rules.

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  2. 2 hours ago, DragonOfTheSeas said:

    It depends on the port of embarkation.  US ports require 21.  Europe, Asia South America and Australia it is 18.  

     

    I have never heard of a parent waiver.

    Many years ago, at least 15, I was able to sign a waiver in Barcelona to allow my then 18 year old son to drink beer and wine.

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  3. Cruises from Bayonne were released last month for April 25 - Feb 26. I booked accessible balconies for 6 different dates. Less than a month later, there are no more available on three of them. I fully agree with you. Unfortunately, there are people who book them for the size, and don't really need them. Don't flame me on this comment, I can't tell you how many times I see two normal walking people walking out of a handicap room.

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  4. The only issue I have with the Liberty and Voyager class for that matter is the casino layout. There are no dedicated smoking and non smoking areas. It's more like one aisle smoking and the next non smoking. So smoke permeating the whole casino.. and casino staff has no problem with letting people come in to smoke with out actually gambling. It just adds to the problem. That's my two cents and I'm sticking to it.

  5. 31 minutes ago, spunks said:

    to be honest....( I am a non smoker) ...if they would simply enforce their own regulations about limiting smoking in the smoking section to only the people actively gambling it would help tremendously. They dont even have to send in the smoking police during Casino hours. If they would simply not allow people in the casino to smoke when the casino is not operating it would be a great help.

     

    On our last months cruise on the Symphony, there was a chain smoker that brought his laptop into the casino and sat there all day everyday lighting one after another. He never played a dime. If they would run those guys, then there would be less "heat" on smokers that gamble.

    I totally agree with what you're saying. All Royal needs to do is make a stand. On the Anthem last week, they were constantly making announcements in the casino that you must be physically gambling if you want to smoke. Many non smokers appreciated that. I wish they would do that on all ships.

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