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Lynruss60

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About Lynruss60

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Canada
  • Interests
    Golf
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Smaller
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Any

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  1. Thanks for all the info. If we do choose to, we will donate to the crew welfare fund and stick to the policy.
  2. Us too. I think our Canadian $ really brings the price up for us.
  3. Thanks for the info. I feel on the big box ships...adding a tip directly onto my bill is a shame also. I don’t mind tipping but at my own discretion.
  4. For sure...just thought it would be a little something unique. Looking forward to splurging on this line.
  5. We know that Seabourn says Tips included. But wondering exactly what that means. Do you tip at all? For example when you get room service, drinks etc???? Also I know with other cruise line you have a standard daily tip amount you pay at the end of the cruise that is tacked onto your bill. Couldn’t see anything on the website about this. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
  6. It’s seems like it is closed more that it is open. I know with the Caribbean cruise we are looking at, we have a lot of tenders. You would think they would open this quite often as it seems like a great perk for a smaller cruise ship. Thank you all for all the info.
  7. We are thinking of booking a 7 night Caribbean Cruise this November. We have cruised a couple times but wanted to try a smaller ship as not too keen on the mass big ships. We have a few questions. 1. Is it better to book direct through Seabourn or a travel agent for the best price? 2. Is the water sport deck open every day we are at port? 3. My husband does not like to wear a jacket, but is fine with a collared shirt. Will this be fine for dining? Thanks for any advise you can give us!
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