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  1. Paper straws. You have to drink your drink fast before the straw comes apart.
  2. Yep, there are people who will do it at almost any price. Just like the staterooms example, there are people who pay $10-20-30k for the star class staterooms. I could never justify that to my wife when we can get a room for $2-3k or less. To each their own 🤷‍♂️
  3. Not on the flowrider. That said, the crew manning the flowrider have offered to hold it and walk around me as I was riding to get some good shots.
  4. my wife and i thoroughly enjoyed our GS on Harmony. the dividing will help separate the kid's room from the parent's room. we liked deck 7, but any of the middle decks will have quick/easy access to central park, boardwalk, and the promenade. plus we liked having the balcony farther away from the noise of the pool decks. at night being on decks 6/7/8 on your balcony it's so peaceful just hearing the silence and the swish of the hull through the water. great way to start and end the day.
  5. Our Mariner cruise in March we flew in the day before. Flew into FLL, Uber to the hotel (around $35-$40 total for two) in Miami, then just caught Uber to POM the next day at our leisure. Same thing after the cruise to get back to FLL. Super easy.
  6. Wow. Something that is actually priced consistently. I was thinking more the prices of the drinks themselves might vary, though, not the card itself.
  7. You may also want to specify what ship and sailing you are on. Pricing may not be the same fleet-wide.
  8. On Harmony last year our charge didn’t show up until almost a month after we returned.
  9. The aft junior suites have large balconies (good) and have a long walk to get to them (less good), but otherwise all the rooms themselves are the same. I would say determine what part of the ship you want to be on or near and go from there. The more centrally located you are the easier it will be to navigate the ship and generally have less motion than the rooms on either end.
  10. This. Voyager class are a little bigger, but still super easy to navigate. Lots to do, good entertainment.
  11. Another vote for Ocean Explorers. Great outfit, smaller boat with small group, great crew. We will use them again next time we’re in St Maarten.
  12. These are Spanish welds. Much stronger! 😁
  13. We, too, were on a Mariner 4-night out of Miami. Ours was back in March. I’d say probably 50% of the people dressed up for the “dress to impress” night. I brought my suit, but ended up leaving the tie in the room.
  14. So question related to this since my current booking is the first cruise that we've booked far enough out to watch for price changes. My current booking shows to be the same price but Royal has added $300obc. I'm currently getting a $200 C&A discount. Can a TA keep my C&A number on the reservation for points/perks but not take the discount so I can get the OBC instead of the discount? (300 OBC vs 200 discount)
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