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  1. 3 hours ago, cruiseny4life said:

    That stinks! I remember on my cruises, this bar (I think it's called Prime Meridian on other ships) has always been empty. I've always wondered why given it's location between Cagney's and whatever is opposite. 

     

    On Joy, A List was pretty tame when we were on too. Alas, it must be a rowdy bunch you have on board!

    Love that bar.  We used to have CC tastings at the bar..the best time.

     

     

  2. The National Musuem of Bermuda is mobility scooter friendly. 

     

      Most buildings within the Fort are mobility scooter accessible except for the High Cave which has steps to two rooms under the ground. 

     

    Lower level Keep Yard is a flat surface to Queen Exhibition Hall and Dolphin Quest and a Bost Loft (lower level accessible only). To access the Commissioner's House, he may enter through the defense exhibit on the lower level and take the elevator up to the 2nd & 3rd floors. 

  3. The National Musuem of Bermuda is mobility scooter friendly.   

     

      Most buildings within the Fort are mobility scooter accessible except for the High Cave which has steps to two rooms under the ground. 

     

    Lower level Keep Yard is a flat surface to Queen Exhibition Hall and Dolphin Quest and a Bost Loft (lower level accessible only). To access the Commissioner's House, he may enter through the defense exhibit on the lower level and take the elevator up to the 2nd & 3rd floors. 

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  4. 37 minutes ago, Radio said:

     

    Most passengers have not had a problem, but no cars are parked at Pier 92. Deckwork is being done there.  I had a reservation, but two cars behind me had no reservation. . . I arrived around Noon. . .

     

    Radio

     

    Checked construction going on at pier so just reserved a spot so no surprises.   Thanks for heads up.   Always a wealth of info on CruiseCritic..

  5. We put colorful duck tape on our luggage for recognition.

     

    Since there is no luggage verification system at pier when leaving, luggage has walked off and obviously not by its owner and not by mistake.  

     

  6. On 2/23/2024 at 12:53 PM, rsachek said:

    Can anyone comment on the logistics of using the CruiseFirst certificate if booking through a travel agent? Do you still pay a deposit at the time of booking with the travel agent? Then once the cruise is linked to your Lattitudes account, can you apply the certificate and the cerifiticate amount is then deducted from the final payment balance? Does this sound correct? I have tried contacting NCL and two different travel agents and nobody seems to have a confident answer.

    We book through TA all the time.  TA can see how many certificates we have available and applies to our booking immediately.  TA also makes sure military discount is applied

     

     

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  7. 14 hours ago, travispete said:

    Good afternoon,

    How can I make specialty dining reservations without knowing what nights shows are?

    We're sailing on the Bliss 2/18-2/25 - I want to make dining reservations to eat before Six and Jersey Boys, as we plan to attend the late shows. 

    Does anyone know how to know what nights the shows will be so we can plan accordingly?

    Thank you!

     

    If concerned about show, book early dinner and tell waiter your going to a show and waiter will accommodate you.

     

  8. I was educated on cruising through Cruise Critic and continue to do so.  Arranged or attended many M&G and additional activies for cruise critic groups.  Just getting back into cruising and discovered many use F-B which I dislike for many reasons. IMHO It seems particpants on F-B hop on for fast answers and do no research on their own.  Cruise Critic gives a wealth of info ..if one researches.  Roll calls on Cruise Critic I found are much more enjoyable.  Whole different generation of cruisers now..

     

     

     

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  9. 21 hours ago, Hrhbob said:

    Considering a Penthouse Suite on Deck 14. I've not read or seen much on these cabins. Can anyone enlighten me as to pros and cons of these suites? I understand they are not part of Haven  but they look pretty nice for the price. Has anyone heard noise in this area being 2 decks down from the buffet, or any other negative things that might be a detriment to reserving one of these suites?  Any real pros? TIA

    Haven Penthouse on 14 is great!!  Cabin was near elevator so we just had to jump on elevator to get in Haven facilities.  Cabin is bigger than basic Haven cabin in the proper.  Butler was great..took care of all our needs.

  10. Just checked with my TA..we're booked in H9 on Breakaway in Sept.24..my printout shows H9..NCL website now shows HI.  He said they can call it what they want but I still have the Spa on this booking. 

    I checked to see if they even show Haven Spa Cabin...nope..Fully understand this is a business to make money and someone has come up with this idea..Guess they forgot to forwarn the public ahead of time that this was in the works before they just changed the system...NCL's biggest weakness is Communication.

     

    It's all about the money...When we started cruising the spa was $99 for a week and over the years it has just kept going up.

     

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