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About Phamer55

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    San Ramon, California
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    Celebrity, Royal Caribbean
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  1. I really like the idea of Kenmore, but their 25 lb limit for all luggage (including purses) seems way too restrictive. I’d probably be at about 40 lbs. even for sure shorter cruises. How did you manage?
  2. I'm a travel agent and I see no information on how to book cruisers for first responders, or even any official mention of them....So how are first responders going to book these cruises or even know any details about them? I actually know quite a few of them who did fight in the northern California fires and wanted to reach out to them but I can't find any information.
  3. Are the go-carts open during port days during the day time? Also, do they offer day passes for go-carts or are there only passes for the entire cruise? Also would be nice to see a photo of all the beer on tap at the BrewHouse.
  4. +1 one the new format, I like separating it out into categories.
  5. That's quite a good rumor that NCL is looking into home porting a ship in SF.
  6. Also saw that Heineken 0.0 is on that new menu too!
  7. I don't see any Voyager sailings using this link and changing the dates to late 2021....What am I missing? https://www.portsamerica.com/operations/cruise-los-angeles-terminal-schedule
  8. I think you should definitely take this cruise with your kids! That is a truly unique itinerary, definitely not the same-old-same-old. Plus you get it at such a great price too. I know the ship is old, but it's still Royal. Lastly, I've solved your cabin problem: you need to book cabin 9664, 8664, or 7664. These ocean view cabins, which are priced the same as the others in the category, have their own tiny "room" for your 2 kids. Check out this video of the cabin...there's even a curtain that provides a little privacy if you want it.
  9. Carnival announced in Feb 2018 of plans to enhance the port area in Ensenada. Has anybody seen any work to do actually do this? It's been almost 2 years. https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/18508-carnival-to-develop-new-port-in-ensenada.html
  10. Does the go cart track tend to be open during port days? Seems like that would be a good time to get a day pass and avoid the lines. How much is day pass these days and does that get you a shorter line?
  11. Probably not British Isles, as Adventure of the Seas heads to the Baltics, departing from Stockholm and Copenhagen on seven- to 11-night sailings that feature overnights in St. Petersburg and visits to Helsinki; Tallinn, Estonia and Visby, Sweden. Most of Royal Caribbean's 2021 European itineraries are available for booking now. Sailings operated on Odyssey of the Seas and Adventure of the Seas will be open for reservations during the week of December 9, 2019.
  12. Do you have an example of a "new itinerary" (i.e. new part of the world) that was announced without giving travel agents advanced noticed about in their deployment schedules? I've never seen that happen; the whole point is to give travel agents info of when new itineraries are expected to be released.
  13. In the deployment announcement that Royal Caribbean has published, there is no release date for Mexico or even California coastals. So it certainly doesn't seem like RCI is bringing a ship to the US west coast to do anything other than Alaska, despite what Catalina Island and Mazatlan hope.
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