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  1. If Ovation ends up going to LA, is with the idea that Navigator will do the 3/4/5 nights cruises and Ovation does the 7 nights or possibly more to Hawaii? Or is it entirely just swapping out one ship for another? Either way as long as they keep my booking I’ll be happy.
  2. You can say it applies to the staterooms only, but Royal says otherwise. “This continual intake of fresh air replaces the air in any space, with a total air change up to 12 times an hour in staterooms, and about 15 changes an hour in large public spaces. Fan coil units in your stateroom and public spaces provide an extra layer of protection, continuously scrubbing the air of pathogens, using a high-grade MERV 13 filter that captures aerosols 1 to 3 microns in size with 90% efficacy — fine enough to filter cold and flu germs and coronavirus.” Add to Royal’s “Royal Caribbean® takes great pride i
  3. Is this the Twilight Zone and people are still stuck in 2020? The CDC says it’s unlikely transmission of COVID occurs from touching surfaces. And Royal says their air system filtering and exchanging air every 4 minutes makes transmission unlikely. Did you know just because you have gotten the shots you can still get COVID and test positive, whether catching it before boarding or after? And putting all the unvaccinated in an area together as others have posted on other threads would just make it easier to spread if one did have it. Maybe it is just marketing by Royal because it sounds like they
  4. Why would your husband even want to get the vaccine if he has bad reactions to vaccines, with possibly the next shot killing him? I think the odds of getting COVID (extremely low and getting lower everyday) and dying from it are so minuscule I would not like the odds of a vaccine.
  5. It’s beyond ridiculous to me how the vaccinated thinks the chance of a ship retuning to port because of the non-vaccinated increases exponentially and shrink (or none at all) the possibility that they’re the ones causing the return since they too can test positive. I’ll be happy if they let me on as I’m ready!
  6. Somewhere on Oasis, an unvaccinated child approaches.
  7. Sounds like an advantage to bringing young kids as people will avoid you like the plague, or covid. Lots of personal space. I like it.
  8. I wonder why the taxes/fees are over double for Serenade vs Ovation? Prices seems reasonable otherwise.
  9. A friend explained a boat leans in the direction you are turning while a ship leans in the opposite direction of turning, therefore a submarine is a boat because when you turn left it leans left.
  10. I must be the unlucky one. When traveling with family and sitting at the round table the person is right behind us from another reservation so much that we barely have room to scoot out a little from the table. And when seating at table for two, there’s always someone next to us, whether behind us or right next to us separated by a railing. We dine early so that might be the problem.
  11. What’s your secret to not ever having anyone within 25” of you while dining? I’d like to know, unless it’s room service. I don’t want to eat in my room.
  12. I’ve had that problem and had to use a different browser to get it to work.
  13. Right, instantly there was millions of doses to jab people right off the bat as soon as it came to market and people didn’t have to wait in line because we had so much supply. So Canada choosing to spread the shot intervals outside of manufacturer’s recommendation is not because of shortages.
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