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  1. I believe, in this context, that the term "dropped" refers to it's appearance or availability, similar to the term being used to announce the release of a music album, not the removal of the sale.
  2. Speaking for myself, there is no way I would want to take a floating amusement park to Alaska. Alaska is about waterfalls, not water slides, rock walls in fjords, not rock walls on deck 15. Alaska is about calm, scenic, natural beauty; not go-kart tracks and kids screaming. Imo, these ships belong in the Carribean or MR. More of a party atmosphere there.
  3. Request a first group walk-off disembarkation from guest services. I did that, took Uber to LAX and was checked in at Southwest by 9:15 for an 11ish flight. No problems.
  4. FCD's are the way to go and I only book cruises that I absolutely plan on going on.
  5. Bring your own favorite tea and you won't be disappointed. Hot water is available everywhere.
  6. I'd sling the chair inside its bag over my shoulder and board the ship without a second thought.
  7. Log into your cruise personalizer. Go to "Guest Check-in" and scroll down to "Accessibility & Dietary Requests" and click on that. Scroll to nearly the bottom of the page and make your selection. E-Z.
  8. Check YouTube for cabin tours. Coral Princess videos will work, sister ships for the most part.
  9. Inquire about a "family suite". It's a balcony or mini-suite with an included interior cabin you can put your kiddos in. It comes with all of the suite perks including priority boarding, laundry, full main dining room room service menu, minibar (trade out for kids drinks) and daily semi-private breakfast for suite holders only. All of these perks will help you enjoy your cruise with your kids on the many sea days. Check with your TA or call Princess direct. These cabins, like the accessible cabins, must be arranged through your TA or Princess. Good luck!
  10. " in the event that the plane is delayed how much time I have to work with." That is totally dependent on how late your flight is. Also, as far as catching up with the ship, PVSA may come into play preventing you from joining the ship at another port.
  11. "Officially"? No. But... Rumor has it that what you want to do is possible.
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