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Yvie

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  1. Cruise critic sent out this email with a list: https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/5182/?et_cid=3320064&et_rid=16821854&et_referrer=NULL
  2. Cruise Critic sent out email listing all the cruise lines with cancellations. https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/5182/?et_cid=3320064&et_rid=16821854&et_referrer=NULL
  3. We were on the February 23 - March 1 sailing on Edge. When we boarded, all they did was look at our passport photo page. I asked if they were flipping through the passport to check for stamps to see what countries people had recently traveled to. They said no, they were just asking if anyone had traveled to those countries recently. So it was all based on the honors system, nothing was actually being checked. I hope they are being stricter now than they were then.
  4. Would you mind posting which cruise you are looking at that has 2 stops at Coco Cay? It's been a couple of years since we've been there and would like to go back.
  5. Thanks for all the tips! We booked C417 for January. Looking forward to our first Princess cruise and seeing what it's all about. Now I have to familiarize myself with Princess Cay options for things to do. I'm assuming this is Princess' private island, similar to RCCL Labadee or Coco Cay.
  6. The use of balcony when in port only information was actually from the Costco Travel website. M105 and M106 on their deck plans both have icons that the key indicates. AVAILABLE DECKS:Lido Deck (Deck 16)Marina Deck (Deck 15)Riviera Deck (Deck 14)Aloha Deck (Deck 12)Caribe Deck (Deck 10)Dolphin Deck (Deck 9)Emerald Deck (Deck 8)View all decks STATEROOM TYPE:Suite Stateroom Edit FILTER BY CATEGORY:View Category Details
  7. Thank you for the suggestions. I don't think we want to pay extra for the Club Class, as we want to stay within a certain budget. I thought when we looked at the front ones on the Marina deck, there was a note that you could only use the balconies when the ship is in port? What about C417 or C423 on deck 10, the Caribe deck? Is there a certain side of the ship, port or starboard that allows smoking on the open air decks, like Clebrity does? We like to avoid booking a cabin on the outdoor smoking side.
  8. We are considering booking our first ever Princess cruise in a mini-suite on the Regal Princess, and wondered where the best cabin locations would be. We are long time Royal Caribbean and Celebrity cruisers, and don't know much about Princess at all. My husband wants to start trying other cruise lines and this cruise works well as far as ports, sail week, and price. We usually book starboard on X ships so we don't get any smoke drifting on our balcony. Thanks for any information, we will have to decide soon.
  9. In February, we were on the Edge in an S2 sky suite. We loved our cabin. Glad to see the rockers were all taken off the ship and sent back to the vendor (they were taking up too much space and were obstacles for people). We were told that they do read/monitor cruise critic and were listening to the feedback. The cabin could use a cocktail or other table in front of the sofa (now it is just a small round cylinder -not very useful) and the balcony table is much to small to even think of eating a meal off of. We really enjoyed the retreat sundeck area and lounge. Around the ship, there were
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