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christydore

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About christydore

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Vancouver, BC
  • Interests
    Cruising, knitting, wine
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. Create your very own wifi network right from within your stateroom. All you need to do is pack a wireless travel router, like this one. Once on the ship, set the device to “bridge mode.” Then it can be paired to the cruise wifi network to create a new mini wireless network right within your cruise cabin. Essentially it acts as a wifi repeater, allowing you to connect all your devices using only one wifi package. Doing this cruise wifi hack works particularly well if you have an unlimited wifi package during your cruise. Set up your own localized network in your cabin and just let it run during the entire length of your cruise. Then you can connect as many phones, tablets, and laptops as you’d like. All of those devices will remain connected whenever you’re in your stateroom.
  2. Any good? Is it faster/better on the new ships?
  3. Great thanks. The beds on the RC Explorer of the Seas, we without a doubt the hardest mattress I have ever laid on.
  4. For those that have sailed on the Horizon already, how would you rate the beds on comfort? We sailed on RC ship last year and the beds were literally like sleeping on plywood 🙁
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