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  1. NCL Breakaway Officers Nov. 23, 2019 Captain - Dan Svennson General Manager - Vuk Malobabic Asst. G.M. - Plamenko Bakic Food & Beverage Director - Mihaela Mocan Exec. Housekeeper - Orlando O’Neill Manuel Beverage Manager - Adela Toskic Guest Service Manager - Gina Yunzel Exec. Chef - Menino Sebastiao Luis Restaurant Manager - Mark Evelyn Cruise Director - Paquito Fuchs Concierge - Bowen Pereira CruiseNext Manager - Will ?
  2. The last time we sailed from Miami there were Coke vending machines that sell the 16.9 oz bottles. I know they had Diet Coke and Coke Zero but I don’t think there was any diet root beer. If my memory serves me correctly they were either $1.50 or $2 per bottle. Since you are sailing RCCL they will have Coke products on the ship. We are sailing NCL which has Pepsi products but we prefer Coke Zero.
  3. NCL does not allow you to bring any soda through the security checkpoint. There are Coke machines in PortMiami after security so I was hoping the same was true of Port Canaveral.
  4. We will be traveling on the Breakaway and departing from Port Canaveral. Are there Coke vending machines after you go through security in the port facilities?
  5. We went to Jetty Park and the Exploration Tower when we stopped there. It is right near the port. We really enjoyed it. We spent around 3 hours and thought it was very interesting and nobody was there. Highly recommend it!
  6. Home Departure City - Pittsburgh Arrival/Destination City - Orlando Airline(s) - American Number of Connections - 1 each way (Charlotte for 46 mins down, Philadelphia for 50 minutes back) Outbound Flight departure/arrival time - 5:00am - 9:16am Return Flight departure/arrival time - 8:26pm -12:54am Did You Pay for a Deviation (before or after cruise)? Yes # of Days Prior to Departure Flights Were Ticketed? 38 days Note: After booking the cruise (3 pax on reservation) we each had different connecting cities as place holders
  7. We used Uber last time we sailed out of Port Canaveral two years ago. We stayed at the Comfort Inn Orlando Airport and took an Uber to the Port around 9:30 AM. The cost was only around $45 for the three of us. It was very quick and convenient. We got to the port around 10:20. The trip back to the airport was a little more - I believe $54. We got off the ship around 8:00 AM and were sitting at the gate at the airport at 9:30 AM. We are departing from PC in 41 days and are planning on using Uber again.
  8. When we were on POA last December, we arrived at the port around 9:45. There wasn’t even a line to drop off our checked luggage at the X-ray machine. By 10:00 we were through security and in the suite guests lounge. We waited about five mins to check-in. After checking in we had to wait another five or ten minutes and we were taken in a group of around 15 people on a tour of the ship and finally dropped off where we were introduced to Spencer, our butler, who took us to our room. Although our room wasn’t totally ready we were able to drop our carry-ons off. We explored the ship for an hour or
  9. This is the first time we have ever used cruise air out of all the cruises we’ve taken but since it was only $99 per person and the cheapest we could find on our own was $650 pp (it’s over Thanksgiving) we decided we’d give it a chance.
  10. We have the reduced air as part of our cruise in November. There are three of us in the cabin. On our cruise summary it now lists airports (but not flight numbers). I understand that flights are usually confirmed around 60 days in advance. My concern is that it is listing two of us as connecting through PHL and the other connecting through CLT. My PCC has left the company and I haven't been assigned a new one so I just spoke to whoever got the call. She said that the flights are just listed as placeholders and refused to connect me to the Cruise Air Dept. Has anyone e
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