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  1. I wonder if you get a full refund if you are denied boarding or if they just hold onto your money and give you a cruise credit?
  2. I've been following my cruise planner since September and have only seen BOGO sales on the Deluxe Beverage Packages. That doesn't do me any good personally and I'll just wait for a single package deal. But what I am curious about is whether RCL is only doing these BOGO sales on Beverage Packages across all of their cruises? Is this a new strategy for RCL? In my prior cruises over the years there have always been single sale prices. Btw, I don't consider the standard "20% below onboard prices" offer to really be a sale because that is the standard Cruise Planner price.
  3. It's the waterpark where the biggest impacts will be felt. The waits on the slides will likely be ridiculous when 1 mid-sized ship and an Oasis class ship are there.
  4. The main site that I use: http://crew-center.com/cruise-ships-ports-schedules-2020 Specifically for CocoCay: http://crew-center.com/perfect-day-coco-cay-bahamas-cruise-ships-schedule-2020 Just change 2020 to 2019 in the URL to see this year. It's been pretty accurate (and depressing) for my last few cruises.
  5. On my last 2 cruises the roll call threads did not have big numbers but what was very useful was that members were posting the "better" sales in the cruise planner. Got the best price I think that I possibly could on the beverage package and also got a few activities booked that I may not normally have all thanks to roll call members posting the info.
  6. RCI does have a good kids program. Mine certainly love it and I would recommend it. I just find that DCL has a better family with younger kids experience than RCI. I only mention the costumes thing because some younger kids get freaked out by them. Obviously that is by no means what makes a DCL cruise lines more kid friendly. For DCL, it is how the onboard staff interacts with the children, the activities that are available onboard for the kids and generally the vibe of the ship. Nobody can match them in this demographic.
  7. Do a Disney Cruise if it fits your budget. Disney is a perfect fit for kids (provided they are ok with costumed characters running around). None of the other cruise lines can even come close to the kid friendly atmosphere of Disney.
  8. To be honest, I have only ever used it for the drink package to offset the cost a little.
  9. I'll take another look then once the OBC offers come back. I don't recall seeing it on my last mock bookings I have tried but I may not have been looking in the correct spot.
  10. Is there a way to determine what your OnBoard Credit would be before you submit your booking? I have a booking already with my $100 OBC on a water facing balcony. Since RCL offers deals all the time, can I take a booking so far to determine the OBC?
  11. $100 for the stateroom. 3 adults in the same room.
  12. Couldn't they reduce the number of employees on the ship to offset the increase in the passengers?
  13. Just booking an Oasis cruise for July 2020 (7 nights). Balcony (water facing) room. I am a little surprised that during this current WOW sale where the 2nd person is 50% off and up to $300 OBC, I received $100 OBC. The reason being that in prior years for the same WOW sale, the OBC was closer to $175 or $200 OBC. Has anyone noticed RCL scaling back the OBC? I know that the OBC changes pricing logic at any time and suite holders get much more (or if you book on a cruise for your next cruise) but this OBC number kind of surprised me. I'm not complaining, but just
  14. Windjammer buffets are as good as the Main Dining room in terms of quality of food. Better choices than the MDR.
  15. thank you. did not realize that el loco fresh was included
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