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belmontcrew

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  1. Well, it looks like this is still about as clear as mud. 😁
  2. Has anyone had any success in choosing your Cabana at Coco Cay before or after boarding? Our group has 2 Oasis Cabanas booked under different reservation numbers for October. We want to make sure we get assigned next to each other. I asked at the excursion desk when we were on Navigator in May about assignments and I was told they have nothing to do with it on the ship. I have called the number for onboard reservations and they told me to check once we got on the ship. Is it just random or is there is there a way to find out what Cabana each group will have?
  3. Currently priced at $61.99/ person for our cruise to use as a reference point.
  4. They decided not to offer. I had heard it was going to be a logistic issue to verify who had a half day vs a full day pass. Not sure if they were offering a morning half day and an afternoon half day, but that would have made it even more difficult.
  5. There is no longer a half day option. Also, any child under 18 will need to be accompanied by a paying adult.
  6. It is my understanding that the tickets for the cabana will be delivered to your spouses stateroom and that name is written on a chalk board attached to the assigned cabana. You can give each person their ticket that they will take to the cabana concierge on Coco Cay and exchange for a cabana wristband. All of you should not be required to go to the cabana at the same time if you choose not to do so. I will know for certain how the process works in October.
  7. Royal’s Twitter is also stating that you can repurchase at the prevailing rate. To me that means if you purchased at $46 and canceled to purchase at $18, but the prevailing rate today is $52....you will be paying $52.
  8. Cabana E is just a place holder. Our group has 2 Cabanas reserved under 2 different reservations and both are listed as E. On a stop to Coco Cay in May, we walked by the Cabanas and they are numbered 1 through 12.
  9. Yes, it is a thin yellow vest. Was not crazy about having to wear it.
  10. We went snorkeling in May and took our own gear. They will let you have a vest free of charge, however we did see a few people out there without one. They did inform us that the plane was no longer accessible but I did not ask if this was temporary or not. Saw a good size sting-ray while we were there.
  11. Also, his Cabana has plexiglass on 3 sides to keep the wind out.
  12. I believe there are four pool side and several located on the deck above the pool.
  13. This is one of the pool Cabanas (his office space) and was taken on the Navigator last month. His is located a deck above the pool next to the smoking section. Port side.
  14. I have already read that discussion and don’t do Facebook, so I may may be SOL. Maybe there have not been many cruise critic users renting the Oasis Cabanas yet.
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