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Ret MP

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    AFRH-G, Gulfport, MS
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    Cruising, traveling and family
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Loyal to Royal
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    None, I just like sea days

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  1. I don't know, that's why I said: "I understand". A Google search may help you with that if you are interested, I'm not. Or, even ask the question in here somewhere.
  2. Ya, there may be one or two sailings a month <(that may not be 100% accurate) on the worst ships <(again, that may not be 100% accurate) that will not put restrictions of some type on them. If I can't get into the "Diamond" Lounge, then it is restricting me from something I could do freely before the name change. The main premise of my post was the integrity or lack of, of the CEO and others. BTW, many or most ships, from what I've read here and other sites, are going out full. Which doesn't bod well for the chances of getting into the "Diamond" Lounge. I'm of the mindset that it should be "first come/first serve". NOTE: I understand that not all RCCL ships have "Diamond" Lounges (Crown Lounges). I'm not talking about those.
  3. I don't know but, apparently, Diamond can no longer go into the "Diamond" (Yes, I know the name has/is changing) lounge, anymore. This after the CEO (or whatever his title is) and/or his sycophants/underlings said that the name change wouldn't change a thing, hah, and so many people believed him.
  4. You are 100% correct. I didn't mean to quote you. Hit the wrong quote button. Sorry!
  5. Yep, by definition a morgue is simply a place where bodies are stored for identification and final disposition. Now, can a morgue have an autopsy table, the vast majority of them are coroner's offices? Yes! But, it isn't necessary. Most human remains don't go to coroner's offices, depending on state laws, of course.
  6. I don't understand what you are trying to get at. I never said that I cruise exclusively out of PC or any other port. I said that I was moving to a ~ centralized location, which I have for 2+ weeks now, to PC and Galveston. I think I know that Anthem sail(ed) out of Liberty. How do I know that? I sailed on her out of Liberty, which I plan on never doing again and I have no desire to go to Baltimore, either. I was stationed at Ft. Meade, which is just down the street from Baltimore, and didn't like the city back then, I can only imagine what it's like now. What are you trying to get at? EDITED IN: Oh, I do cruise out of Galveston in 30 days on the Harmony.
  7. I don't know. I was thinking a place in a medical facility that keeps bodies on ice/cold is called a "morgue". Anybody disagree?
  8. Nope, a desire for the destination (Bermuda), timing, availability, and price. It was a last-minute booking. We are sometimes spontaneous.
  9. LOL. Of course, they have a morgue. A ship can be days away from a port. What would they do with a body? Not put it in a food refrigerator, that's for sure. And I too have seen the morgue and the holding cell for the bad boys/girls, it ain't a suite.
  10. What is this, a test? October 31, 2022, Independence of the Seas, Perfect Day & Nassau, 4-nighter, Balcony Cabin. November 23, 2018, Anthem of the Seas, Bermuda & Boston, 7-nighter, Balcony Cabin.
  11. All-inclusive pricing? What if I don't drink? What if I don't use the Internet? What if I didn't like the service? What if I don't like specialty restaurants? I want to pay for what I use, what is top-notch service, what is good quality, and on and on. I've never done an all-inclusive land-based resort for those reasons and others.
  12. Ignorance has no conscience. Willful ignorance should be dealt with harshly.
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