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  1. It has always been available for pretty much anything other than an interline rate (travel agency employees, etc).
  2. That did not help, thanks though. Seems to be the only page doing it, and when I use Firefox it looks normal. Go figure
  3. on some ships the Manhattan room requires long pants. Other than that you are free to dress as you care to. Le Bistro specialty restaurant will also require long pants and a collared shirt for men.
  4. amazing what uncle google can find for you https://www.dayuse.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQiAwP3yBRCkARIsAABGiPrOu6UwTFdxWP-WlOXnueTc0294JrY1VSmyzMrFyEPtekpjZP1uC70aAiHsEALw_wcB
  5. Although technically the terms of the cruise next say they are to be used for new bookings, in reality people have been successful in applying them to cruises before final payment.
  6. as we have only cruised away class ships, it has always been hit the waterfront for a drink, then head to the MDR for lunch.
  7. The OP was fine, were you under the impression that this promo had some kind of "special OBC" that was different than other non refundable credit issued by NCL. The terms I listed were from this specific promo.
  8. it is a quarter mile from the tip of the island to the breakwater on Coco, so 4 and a half laps in an Olympic pool.
  9. It doesn't really matter. Both refundable and non refundable OBC have always been allowed to apply towards the purchase of Cruise Next. The only restriction on non refundable credit that I am aware of is that it can't be applied to the daily service charge. We have purchased cruise next multiple times with NR OBC. Edit: here are the actual terms of the offer, so the answer is yes. Onboard credit has no monetary value and is non-transferable. It may not be used toward on board service charges, pre-purchased activities or foreign exchange transactions.
  10. Dining package is non transferable and goes to Pax 1 and 2 on the reservation. You can't do what you are thinking of. Can't answer as to the to-go question.
  11. Are you kidding? The most I have ever been screened is to fill out a form that says I haven't been sick prior to boarding. Pretty easy to lie about that if you don't want to be kept off the ship. I would bet it happens all the time.
  12. I think so, even your purchase confirmation should be sufficient. Anything showing your name and number of shares.
  13. Ncl down 40 percent, Royal 38 percent, Carnival 32 percent from their highs in the last month. Tough couple of weeks for the industry.
  14. We were on the Escape from Miami during the first week of March Madness in '18 and O'Sheehans had games on all day. As others have said though, other sports are often not available. This year on Getaway on NCAA conference championship weekend for football, there was nary a game available, but they did show NFL games. Only sports betting we saw was a fill in the squares game for Monday night NFL.
  15. purchased OBC is always fully refundable.
  16. Here is a nice video tour of the island. Water is not as clear as Bahamas but not bad.
  17. Hey, gotta do something to keep the furnace burning! Maybe that is what's keeping you young! 😉
  18. Well, you and Uncle Google taught me something today. I didn't know that an HEA was a Happily Ever after. Keep up the good work.
  19. actually, I believe the water in the buffets and bars passes thru a carbon filter before serving, which could remove some chlorine taste, if that bothers you.
  20. Never ate there except for breakfast and the one time we ordered the Volcano nachos (which were decent) from the barman, but I will miss the Incommunicado and Don't stop the Carnival drinks from the bar.
  21. You are a hoot. You make me miss my Mom, she wasn't as funny as you, but she had her moments!
  22. We did this in early December. I highly suggest grabbing your bags and walking a block or two to the Hilton or Courtyard and calling an Uber/Lyft. This worked great for us. If it’s like our cruise, we were docked by 5am.
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