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tlund

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    Royal Caribbean
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    Southern Caribbean

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  1. Here's the link to the FAQ for the Adventure: https://creative.rccl.com/Sales/Royal/Deployment/2021_2022/AD_FAQs.pdf Here's the link to the FAQ for the Vision (Bermuda): https://creative.rccl.com/Sales/Royal/Deployment/2021_2022/VI_FAQs.pdf
  2. You can fly on your own. They will be offering pricing with or without air.
  3. I listened to the recording again and yes, she did say they would have the mask details before opening the sailings for bookings.
  4. One more thing. The VP of sales did say that the ships will initially be sailing at 40-60% capacity and only the verandas and suites will be sold. They will see how things go and if capacity can be increased, they will open up inside cabins for sale.
  5. I was on the webinar with the VP of sales this morning. Hopefully this will answer some of your questions. She said that ALL individuals, will have to provide a negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival. This will be a St. Maarten requirement. Adults over 18 have to show proof of vaccination. All crew will be vaccinated. You will be able to explore ports on your own and don't have to book a shore excursion through the cruise line. Antigen tests will be available on the ship and at ports. If you test positive, another test will be done. If both tests are positive, they wi
  6. We did this cruise on the Ovation in 2019. Awesome trip!! Vancouver was a little rainy and cool when we left but by the second full sea day, the weather was sunny and warm. By the time we got to Hawaii, it was hot and humid. I was concerned about being on the ship for so many sea days but there was more than enough to keep us busy. Although we thought we would hit some rough seas, especially out of Vancouver, it was smooth sailing. I liked ending the cruise in Hawaii, so we had the option of staying a few more days. One thing that was a little annoying but would happen on any stop to Ma
  7. Your cabin steward can swing the front portion open and secure it to the back portion so you can go from balcony to balcony. We do it all the time.
  8. Thanks. I'm hoping that because the pricing is well after final payment was already due that families would not be taking advantage of that as they would have already planned spring break vacations. We'll see!!
  9. Saw a deal so considering that spring break. Been on Royal Caribbean during spring break and had over a thousand kids on the cruise. Since they likely are sharing a cabin with their parents, that adds more people to the ship, making it more crowded. Plus, when there are a lot of kids on a cruise, spending the day at the pool with a bunch of screaming kids isn't my idea of fun.
  10. Thanks for your input. I was asking about kids because I don't have kids and don't want to have to deal with a ton of kids on a spring break cruise. Would rather had adult interactions.
  11. Trying to decide things about a potential Edge booking. Looking for advice on the following: 1. Are all concierge cabins infinite balconies? 2. Anyone have the Dailies for the Western Caribbean to Key West, Costa Maya, Cozumel and Cayman? 3. What kind of shows do they have? Are there any nights that we would see just a comedian or other headliner as opposed to the "troupe" shows? 4. What can we expect "kid-wise" on the ship, especially during the spring break time line? I know nobody can guarantee but looking for past experiences on Celebrity during spring bre
  12. I agree that it was the first room that people walk in to get into the thermal suite so that may cause people to leave their belongings on a ceramic chair to then proceed to the rest of the suite. I also found that there were a lot of people talking loudly in that "relaxation" area. My husband and I left a few times because there were people that were talking in the pool and on the ceramic loungers as if they were taking advantage of the party atmosphere by the pool. In one instance, there were a group of people that brought drinks with them into the hydro pool. I think there were a lot of
  13. We used the thermal suite last week. I would suggest booking online before the cruise. The price was significantly less than the "sale" price they were offering the first day of the cruise. For the couples' pass, we paid $219. The pool is great, however we did notice one design flaw. When someone is using the massage faucets in the middle of the pool, it sprays all over to those just enjoying the pool. I saw a lot of people annoyed by that and the person standing under the faucets had no clue. The other issue we had was the ceramic loungers. They are great but it was a fight
  14. We were there last week. The chairs are free, but if you want an umbrella, it is $10. The beers are $5 each and the drinks were about $11 each. They take credit cards but sometimes their internet is not strong enough to process it. Cash would probably be easier. One thing we noticed while we were there was 3 or 4 stray dogs burrowing under the lounge chairs in the shade. I asked Janet about feeding the dogs and she threw up her hands and seemed aggravated about the question. We brought dog snacks for Topher and Calypso but neither were there on the day we were there.
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