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  1. Good to know, that probably takes a phone call as opposed to it being offered/available to do on-line. I do see a couple out of Fort Lauderdale I would choose. My dates are limited, have been busy rebooking on both Carnival and MSC. Not “really” grumbling, ha. Retired and happily living in Florida so do have many options for re-booking without too much ado. I was just surprised a seven night March 2022 out of Tampa was not sailing.
  2. Just did some research, looks like Rhapsody is not going out of Tampa, means cannot do Lift and Shift, means Royal not obligated to do the “price protection” thing, that’s sad for us, good for Royal I suspect.
  3. So if you (like us) were Rhapsody out of Tampa, it is not possible to do a Lift and Shift, there are no longer any cruises on Rhapsody out of Tampa, that’s unfortunate, means Royal is not obligated to do the”price protection” thing, sad for us. Unless I am missing something.
  4. We have never been in YC and have had the "all in" several times in the past from Port of Miami and have never paid anything extra regardless of location beverage is consumed. BTW the "all in" also works when at Ocean Cay.
  5. Even Numbered Cabins face OC, ships back in.
  6. When I log in, two of my three cruises show up. I try to add my third, it tells me the number is accepted but it never shows up, I log in and out and it is not there, I wait 24-48 hours and it still is not there, weeks later still not there. I can do the “first option” and see a few details about that cruise but it does not add it/save it to my Profile. It’s a mystery!
  7. Cruising out of Miami (which is what we have done) you are not allowed to bring any beverages on board. However we have found that if you purchase beverages while in a port, they are not confiscated when you return on board.
  8. Pride Thanksgiving week for you, we are on the Pride November 28 out of Port of Tampa. As already stated, there are many of us who do not want to use our phones while cruising. Maybe a separate Thread should be started to see how many feel the same way.
  9. Seems there are many of us who board a ship and lock up phones. Hopefully the “word” will make it through to the decision makers. A paper dinner menu in the display case - what a unique idea - and wherever else something needs to be posted - we can read!
  10. Just saw TV Advertisement for MSC cruises out of Miami through midSeptember. Still not happy about “seven night on Mera September 4th” being cancelled and replaced by 3 and 4 night cruises. Booking on Carnival for eight nights September 4th, excited about that.
  11. It’s what we need, hopefully it will get us off of the “anything to do with the virus” talk.
  12. Thank you for update, I was just about to ask “where in the world is John now?”
  13. Along with carrying on 12 cans of Coke per person at embarkation, if you are really an avid Coke drinker, you can go to a store while in port and buy cans to carry back onto ship. Really convenient to do in Grand Cayman, have often visited a grocery store down the road for that purpose. And many ports have drug stores close to the pier where you can shop.
  14. First or second one, 8 days a plus, along with great ports, either one would be a good choice. First one will have more days at sea, perhaps that would be your deciding factor, either more days at sea or an extra port day.
  15. We have always used a taxi or Uber, (whether Tampa or Port Everglades or Miami), less expensive, much quicker, door to door service - you do not have to wait for an entire bus of cruisers along with their luggage to be loaded and unloaded, along with stops at various airlines.
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