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bgTexasguy

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  1. That is correct. Bear in mind that there are Platinum Plus and Ambassador members that "out-rank" you and your non-Platinum cabin mate!
  2. We actually got to go on the bridge of the Windward in 1993, while the captain was steering the ship out of St. Thomas... that would never happen today! I believe our actual last bridge tour was four to five years ago. We were recently told on an NCL cruise that no bridge tours are being permitted anymore fleet-wide.
  3. The two largest suites on S.S. Norway were Viking Deck rooms 139 and 140. I believe the suite (V139) my dad booked had a Baby Grand piano. As I recall, the room had more than 10 closets! It was my first cruise. My parents cruised on NCL 30 times. NCL sent a limo to pick them up at the airport in Miami (that possibly may have been arranged by their travel agent).
  4. Oh, forgot to mention the ship had three separate license. Each of the two tenders had their own license. The ship could only dock in three ports and was too long to go through the Panama Canal. The three ports were Le Havre, France, New York and Miami.
  5. Oh, forgot to mention the ship had three separate license. Each of the two tenders had their own license. The ship could only dock in three ports and was too long to go through the Panama Canal. The three ports were Le Havre, France, New York and Miami.
  6. I sailed on the S.S. Norway in 1992 with my family. Dad booked Viking Deck Room 139 (largest suite on the ship - had a dining room table that sat 12 people). It had a master bedroom with a canopy bed. Please see attached scans from that cruise. My personal photos of the ship were lost in a move, years ago. The midnight buffet was spectacular... with ice carvings galore!
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