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jchiefs13

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    Pennsylvania
  • Interests
    Hockey and cruises - how can we combine the two?
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Bermuda

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  1. And I believe that is only acceptable on closed circuit cruises (meaning the cruise starts and ends in the same US port).
  2. *laugh* Isn't that the truth! She was a tight squeeze, especially since we had an interior with three people when I met her sailing out of Philly, but a lovely gal none the less. Judy
  3. Interesting. Since we're not married my guy isn't Diamond Plus like I am, but our daughter instantly was after her first sailing completed. Judy
  4. Personally, on Quantum I did iFly twice because it is SO much fun. I could easily spend lots of time by the flowrider too - both participating and watching! When I'm done on any of my Royal Caribbean trips I often find myself at the last day thinking "gee, we didn't go do THIS yet". There will also be other activities on the cruise compasses and remember that there are separate compasses and additional activities for the younger groups. As someone else said, it really depends on your desires. For me, it's important to also schedule some time to sit and people watch, look out over the ocean, or just sit and talk or maybe pull out a game. As with any vacation, it is what you make of it. If you're there to make memories I think you'll be ok. Judy
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