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  1. Sometimes it depends on the ship and the size of the cafe vs. the number of passengers. Generally, in the Caribbean and Tahiti, we purchased the cards and used all of the punches. Cafe was easy to get too and rarely had more than 1-2 people in line. Last spring we went to Alaska with three of us in a cabin and I don't think I went to the cafe more than twice. Less than 1 card worth. Issue was way to slow a line, and the cafe was not close to convenient to our cabin. Just didn't seem worth it. Just enjoyed the room service coffee with our own flavored cream and small bottles of Baileys.
  2. Normally, by the time I get done with "coffee drinks" in the morning, beers throughout the day and cocktails in the evening, I can come pretty close to the 15 limit. However, I just did the PBP in Alaska. On a normal day I would not come close to 15, but probably close to break-even. I would have to rethink the package if in Alaska or similar. In the tropics? Yep, PBP every time!
  3. The Star has the USB outlets in the bedside lamps.
  4. Can someone remind me of the back-to-back rules? Are you allowed to do BtB on the same ship from the same US port?
  5. Oh, my gosh! I LITERALLY just put a similar post on the Celebrity page!
  6. We have sailed many times on Princess. Overall satisfied, but looking to see what else is out there. For those who have sailed both Princess and Celebrity, what are the big differences, if any, that you have experienced?
  7. Off the ship yesterday in Seattle. All in all, it was a great trip! Ship is in good repair, food was fine, service from all staff we interacted with was excellent, and we had PLENTY of butter at every single meal! Thank you, Princess!
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