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DisneyMatt10

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About DisneyMatt10

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Barling, AR
  • Interests
    Traveling, and Choreographing Christmas Lights
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean!
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Nassau

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  1. @ryanbarckley Thanks for that information! It helps getting to see how others break it down. I'll keep the room steward in mind when we are looking at cash to bring for tipping. Thanks again! 🙂
  2. ^ Thanks! I'll check out that thread! 🙂
  3. Hey all! Quick question! We just booked the Royal Loft Suite on Allure of the Seas, and I was curious about the Royal Genie, and tipping. I know it varies by country, and I know that typically tipping means "To Insure Proper Service." - So, that being said... How would you go about tipping your Royal Genie, and how much is appropriate? There are 4 of us sailing, and we were thinking $100 per couple per day. Does that seem about right? To high? To low? This Royal Genie thing is new to us... And I want to make sure we do it right! Thank you! 🙂
  4. Hey Cruisers, So I've got to say that I am THRILLED to announce that my partner and I are finally getting to "tie the knot!" (Ugh, I so hate that phrase.) But anyway, I have NEVER been on a cruise, and I've never been married... So all of this is a bit new to me! I've started this thread in hopes of getting guidance or advice from others who have had similar experiences with on-board weddings. Maybe the same ship/same venue!? But this is not only for me to get advice, but for a place others can refer back to in the future for wedding advice that might be specific to Allure Of The Seas! We are currently booked in Dazzles for a June 2019 wedding, the second day of the cruise! (Sea Day!) However, the venue is MASSIVE!!! Like 75-100 people massive... And, its well... Just 5 of us going. So my first question is... Will that not make the ceremony seem a bit awkward?? Like this massive empty room for just a few people?! Has anyone here ever had, or know of someone who has had a smaller ceremony on-board?? How did it turn out? I'm just going to start with that one question for now and as we progress through the planning I'll ask more questions as they come up! Thanks in advance for everyone's help! ~ Matt
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