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  1. Thanks, I think we will stick with the Yacht Club.
  2. I am asking for your opinion which you would choose. My wife and I are going without the kids in January, Princess has a sale on their beverage package, so the price is about the same for a balcony room on Princess as an interior room in the Yacht Club. I am looking at the Seaside and the Sky Princess. We were on the Seaside right after it debuted, but we had the Aurea experience. We have been on Princess, but it was a long time ago. I really appreciate your opinions. Thank You
  3. I watched a guy stand at the Sports Bar for 15 minutes, totally ignored, until he walked away. We enjoyed our cruise on Seaside, and are booked in the Yacht club next year, but I can totally get what the OP is talking about. The bar service could just be ridiculously bad.
  4. We had the Key on Adventure of the Seas in January. We had an hour each day on the flowrider. We arrived at the terminal alittle after 11:00, and there was no one there waiting. Everyone had boarded already so although we were able to go to the suite check in line, it wasn't needed. The lunch on embarkation was very nice. Starting off vacation with the chaos of the buffet is not my favorite. No reservations for shows, so they had saved a section of the theater and studio B. The ice show was pretty crowded, so that worked well. But the shows were not crowded, so the key wasn’t much of a benefit. I had originally booked a group lesson for my 2 boys on the flowrider. It was $70 each for a group lesson. It was a Christmas present to them, so after I purchased the Key, I still kept the lesson. It turned out the didn’t have enough people signed up so it got cancelled, but the staff told us we were getting pretty much the same attention with the Key sessions. The sessions were 1 hour every day. It was my family of 4 and 2 other people most days. One day, we couldn’t make it so they had it all to themselves for 1 hour. The 2nd to last day, probably 10 key people showed up to try it. In my opinion, if you want flowrider time, it is worth it. Otherwise it would have been harder for me to justify.
  5. We had the Key on Adventure of the Seas. In my opinion, if you want flowrider time, it is worth it. Otherwise it would have been harder to justify. We arrived at the terminal alittle after 11:00, and there was no one there waiting. Everyone had boarded already so although we were able to go to the suite check in line, it wouldn’t have mattered. The lunch on embarkation was very nice. Starting off vacation with the chaos of the buffet is not my favorite. No reservations for shows, so they had saved a section of the theater and studio B. The ice show was pretty crowded, so that worked well. But the shows were not crowded, so the key wasn’t much of a benefit. I had originally booked a group lesson for my 2 boys on the flowrider. It was $70 each for a group lesson. It was a Christmas present to them, so after I purchased the Key, I still kept the lesson. It turned out the didn’t have enough people signed up so it got cancelled, but the staff told us we were getting pretty much the same attention with the Key sessions. The sessions were 1 hour every day. It was my family of 4 and 2 other people most days. One day, we couldn’t make it so they had it all to themselves for 1 hour. The 2nd to last day, probably 10 key people showed up to try it. So, to me, it was worth $70 per person per day for flowrider time. The Advanced session were often right after our time, and I think that group saw the value, so I would hazard a guess that more flowrider aficionados are going to opt for the Key, and the lines may be a bit longer, but I am just guessing. Also, the service on the ship was great to begin with, but when they saw you had the Key they did seem extra nice.
  6. I am not sure if this is different, but local article says San Cristobal and Del Morro will be closed after 6pm January 7th. https://www.elnuevodia.com/noticias/locales/nota/elmorroyelcastillosancristobalcerraranoperacionesmananaporlatarde-2469374
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