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  1. It would be nice if we did swing by to help but these changes were made long before Dorian was on the radar.
  2. Those cabanas were about 380 when I booked. I think I got my water park passes for 33, and I haven’t seen them anywhere near that low since the change. Drink package prices have also skyrocketed from being on sale at 49-52 to 61-65. Maybe they’ll get more reasonable again before the cruise. Either way, we got ours, it just seems like a clear money grab. Lots of people have said crowding won’t be an issue so I’m not too bothered by it. It’ll still be a great time as long as weather cooperates!
  3. I took another look and 10/22 is the new date Mariner is there. I had it backward. Oh well, we’ll see how it plays out.
  4. I thought that was what it said on cruisemapper on the schedule for Coco Cay. I know that before it showed the Mariner there on 10/22 and no days double-booked for that week, and even a day with no ships docked. Maybe I had it wrong, but if I'm correct that we're still the only ship there, I'm happy with that.
  5. I didn’t even think to check that. That’s great news. Thanks!
  6. I had been checking the ships scheduled to be at Coco Cay frequently since the Cuba ban since I had the same thoughts, 10/22 still looked good. Seems like a money grab to me. I’m hoping it’s not too bad with both ships being docked at the same time but I guess we’ll see. Unless there’s some great reason for it, I’ll probably look at other cruise lines in the future.
  7. Does anyone know why Mariner's itinerary changed from day 2 being the Coco Cay day to day 4? I specifically made sure that it was going to be the only ship scheduled to be at the island before booking it as our honeymoon cruise. Now prices for cabanas and other things have went even higher at Coco Cay and we apparently get to be there the same day as Grandeur.
  8. I had the “dress to impress” night on a four night cruise out of Miami, also. For the most part people seemed to treat it as a formal night (as we did).
  9. I found it funny that I dreaded the formal night so much on my previous cruise, and they actually got rid of it for my cruise and replaced it with “dress your best” night. Either way, I embraced formal night since my girlfriend was excited for the opportunity to dress up.
  10. Sorry, I didn't pay much attention as I didn't eat at any of the specialty restaurants.
  11. I haven’t seen OP respond to this since the cruise ended, but I though it was awesome. We’re already looking for other cruises and strongly considering doing the same cruise on the Mariner, although it looks like it’ll be out of Orlando next time.
  12. There were some cool events on the pool deck and in the promenade for the themed parties and they used the Studio B (ice rink with a regular floor over too) as a night club pretty much every night. We stopped in for some of the events but I’m it a dancer at all so didn’t stick around long. If you’re really curious I can probably take pictures of our Cruise Compasses.
  13. I had Ricky on Mariner 4/8-4/12. I really didn't understand why you guys cared who the CD was on the ships until I saw the role Ricky played in the entertainment.
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