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About layingblames

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    Oakland, CA
  • Interests
    Dogs, drinks, sunshine.
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Roatan, Honduras

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  1. I’m so sorry to hear that the smell continues to lurk, and that you had to change cabins. I was hoping that this would be solved by now - my family is booked on another cruise in July and are considering switching ships so they don’t have to experience it again.
  2. Only time I smelled it aft was at the Sunset Bar. But, OOF. On the cabin levels, it was predominantly at the fore of the ship (edit: posted sheeit at first - maybe a Freudian slip?).
  3. Do the edenists also have extra clout to get things deleted from this thread? I think it's interesting that people can post off topic, however when I ask that people not discount others' experiences it gets deleted?
  4. Fore of the ship, floors 9 and 11. While that was end of January, seems to still be an issue?
  5. I wrote a polite letter as well and never heard back. I definitely spoke to the people in the Retreat area, and they didn’t know the cause of the smell. I didn’t know I needed to lodge an official complaint in order for it to get logged - but that’s my naiveté of the cruise world, I suppose. Def point them to this thread, where many long-term cruisers have commented they experienced the same!
  6. Just back from the January 20 sailing of the Edge, and wondering if anyone else on recent sailings had to contend with a sewage smell on the Celebrity Edge? It was gag-inducing, and many of the other guests I spoke with had the same horror stories of having to vacate an area or a bar because of the smell came out of nowhere made staying in an area unpleasant to say the least. It wasn't the ship exhaust, because it happened in many different places on the ship, above and below deck, fore and aft. Worst occurrences were at the Sunset Bar, Retreat Pool, and on floors with guest rooms when crossing through the ship. Employees were covering their noses and making similar grossed-out faces as the guests, and no one knew what the cause of the smell was (or at least weren't sharing more information).
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