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  1. Thank you all for the advice and comparisons. It will be a different experience but it sounds like more relaxing and less planning ahead. Looking forward to the dining most of all. Thanks again!
  2. Hello- Did a quick search but not seeing what I am looking for. We have been Royal Caribbean cruisers for 20 years and our last 4 have been on the Oasis class ships. After lots of back and forth, we booked the Edge for spring break 2020. It was a bit more cost wise than Symphony of the Seas but is leaving from Ft Lauderdale, which we love, and the itinerary is much more appealing. It will be my husband, myself, our 16 year old daughter and her friend. We have side by side ocean view cabins. We just booked a Med cruise on Celebrity for next summer so we went without balconies to save money. I know nothing about Celebrity other than we are Diamond on Royal and it transferred over. Went with the drink package and OBC perks. My favorite activity is sitting poolside with a book and cocktail. I used all the “fun” activities the first time on the big ships then never used them again...i.e. rock climbing, zip line, putt putt. The big ships are great but if we don’t use the extras then what’s the point? Will the teenagers be disappointed? They love fine dining so looking forward to a new experience. Biggest questions: What venues are complimentary? Are there a variety of shows? Comedian? Musical type? Love trivia, does Celebrity offer this? For those that have cruised both lines, what are the biggest differences you notice? Thank you for the help!
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