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  1. My family is still planning on going we will be leaving on the Mer in Sunday. Minus my mother and DW’s dad. DPR
  2. YES, it is now live on MSC’s web site ban takes effect Saturday 14th. UPDATE: MARCH 12, 2020 - 9:00 AM EST URGENT – NEW RESTRICTIONS FOR EMBARKATION IN MIAMI ADDED BELOW AND MORE We want to reassure you that everyone’s health and safety on our ships is our top priority and we can confirm there have been no cases of coronavirus on board any of our ships. Guests embarking on a cruise are requested to take the following into account: We are denying boarding to anyone from high-risk areas: Anyone who has travelled to, from or through mainland China, Hong Kong, Iran, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, South Korea, Macau, or Italy in the past 14 days (this includes transit flights in the aforementioned geographies) will be denied access to the ship. The same rules apply to such guests’ travel companions (parent, spouse, child, siblings, or a companion who shares a cabin); PLEASE NOTE: Travelers choosing to travel with their Italian passport but residing elsewhere must show official proof of residency. Residency must not be in one of the above countries. Travel history must also show that travelers did not come through one of those territories during the past 14 days; For the Caribbean area only. Japan is considered a high risk area by local authorities. Therefore, anyone who has travelled to, from or through Japan in the past 14 days (this includes transit flights) will not be allowed on board of the ships (currently MSC Meraviglia, MSC Divina, MSC Armonia, MSC Preziosa and MSC Seaside For all ships embarking in Miami, we are further elevating our health measures, in line with the recommendation of the Cruise Line Association and the USA Government. Starting from Saturday, March 14, 2020, We will deny embarkation for: All guests with severe chronic medical condition (heart disease, diabetes, lung disease) as specified by the U.S. CDC All guests 70 years of age or older at embarkation date or who turn 70 within the duration of the cruise, unless provided written verification from their qualified treating physician certifying no severe chronic medical conditions and otherwise fit for the cruise We started thermal temperature check on all Ports and all Gangway We started weekly health screening for all crew membersImportant for European guests bound to the USA:
  3. Is that like Bigfoot? I didn’t know such a thing existed, Nassau fans that is. DPR
  4. your kts to mph conversion is incorrect. 1 kt = 1.15 miles. So 20 kts = 23 mph
  5. We are diamond soon to be plus (next cruise), I can’t find anything about this. Where is this listed as a benefit? DPR
  6. I am 2 months out from our sailing and I got the email containing our tickets and luggage tags with in minutes of completing our online check in. So maybe when you get a little closer you will get the email. DPR
  7. Thanks for the reply. of coarse they would if he had a glass of culligan 😉 DPR
  8. Hi all for the Miami debarkation process does MSC have a biometric system like Royal Carribean does with customs? Royals new system eliminated any wait times and is really great. If not does the yacht club have a separate line for customs clearance? thanks, DPR
  9. I have a question for anybody who has taken the bright line on one of the train to port packages. When checking the prices from the FLL station to port of Miami if you choose MSC the price is $35 but if you select another cruise line like Royal Carribean the price drops to $20. I know the MSC price includes checking bags at the origin train station and it is delivered directly to your cabin, but a $15 difference seems like a lot for a one way service. My question is has anyone done the package and selected another cruise line and then just told the lift driver to drop you off at MSC? If so did you have any problems, did the driver care? thanks DPR
  10. The fire danger from vaping is even more than smoking. Heating element plus battery can make a bad combination. There’s a reason it is not allowed on airplanes.
  11. Wondering what is the orientation of the map? Is it north up?
  12. I find it very strange that MSC charges for umbrellas at all let alone in the YC area. On Coco Cay RCCL has literally hundreds of umbrellas set up around the island along with lots of natural shade from the existing palms. It seems that MSC is cheaping out on the small things after spending several hundred million to build the island. And highly annoying to its YC passengers that when there is no shade you have to rent an umbrella. DPR
  13. @uktog could you you post the daily included wine list? Just curious for my upcoming first Azamara cruise. Thanks. DPR
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