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cruising teacher80

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    Celebrity
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    St. Marteen, St. Thomas

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  1. So if we have already made our final payment and decide to cancel will we get 100% of the cruise price as future credit? I am still a little fuzzy on how this will all work.
  2. We were on the Solstice to Alaska last June and loved it. If you are a fan of the show Deadliest Catch then I would recommend that excursion in Ketchikan. You get to go on a Deadliest Catch boat and they feed the eagles so they dive into the water just a few feet in front of you. It was really awesome. If you have any questions just ask- we also did the train ride in Skagway and whale watching in Juneau.
  3. We did not buy insurance for our June cruise to Dublin, Scotland and Iceland and have already made our final payment. With the coronavirus we are looking at getting some insurance but don't know where to start. Is it too late? What kind of insurance do we need if we get nervous closer to June if the virus is getting worse? Will our flights be covered. Sorry if these are really bad questions or have already been asked a million times before.
  4. On the Celebrity website I see that there are two 5 day cruises out of Seattle of the Millennium starting April 20th. My question is do you think they will add more cruises earlier in the month? I saw an article saying they will have some cruises out of LA so we were really hoping there would be one around April 11 or 12 because that is the start of my spring break. I just don't want to get my hopes up.
  5. Yes we have done the all you can eat option (but I don't remember the price). We did not know about it ahead of time but our waitress explained it to us when we got there. Just ask them about it when you get there, they were very helpful.
  6. We are flying home from Dublin and have a few questions. Delta just changed our layover in Boston and now it will be 5 hours. There is another flight with a layover that is an hour and 45 minutes. Would that be enough time if we could switch? I am asking because I am not sure about the pre-clearance in Dublin. Is that for US citizens returning to the United States? Thanks
  7. We are flying home from Dublin and have a few questions. Delta just changed our layover in Boston and now it will be 5 hours. There is another flight with a layover that is an hour and 45 minutes. Would that be enough time if we could switch? I am asking because I am not sure about the pre-clearance in Dublin. Is that for US citizens returning to the United States? Thanks
  8. We have never done a speciality dining package before but we are looking at doing a 3 night package for our cruise in June. My question is do you get to pick the restaurant/time/day for each? and can you go to the same restaurant more than once and do you have to pick all of those things when you make the booking and can you make changes once you on the ship? Thanks
  9. Has anyone used/recommend a private tour company in Dublin for a day trip before your cruise in June? Thanks
  10. Thanks! We like to dress up as well. We will be going in June, please let us know how it goes.
  11. We sailed on the Solstice in Alaska last June and found the dress in the main dining room very casual-even on evening chic nights which we found very disappointing. Much more casual than on our Equinox cruises to the Caribbean. This summer we will be going on Reflection from Ireland to Iceland and was wondering what most people wear for the evening chic nights (and regular nights) in the main dining room especially for Europe (which we have never cruised before).
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