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  1. So true....plus the Baltimore crowd (including all the others who patronize the Grandeur) are a very loyal set of passengers. I would wager that the Grandeur sails close to full every cruise. But, what will be, will be.
  2. Definitely agree with Dennis#1 regarding smaller ships. I live in Baltimore and take two to three cruises a year because there is no need to fly, train or drive to Florida. For other world-wide smaller ports, there's Azamara (RCCL).
  3. That was the March 7-19 Grandeur cruise. We were allowed to dock at Dominica and Barbados. Still waiting for the refund. TA has inquired twice. Just cancelled the deluxe beverage for the March 26, 2021, final Grandeur cruise. RCCL told me it would take 45 days for the credit card refund. OBC was returned immediately. Received the deposit for an RCCL cancelled September 2020 cruise rather quickly.
  4. Hope you enjoy this cozy ship....the crew and staff are friendly and helpful....passengers are great and there's the feel of a 'home town' cruise because many are return passengers.
  5. Just confirmed with the Crown & Anchor rep that Royal allows two 750 ML bottles of wine or champagne to be brought on board in your carry-on luggage. This is per cabin not per passenger.
  6. what do the free buses look like? Is there signage that says 'free shuttle'? this is great for those of us repeat visitors. thanks.
  7. Not sure why Celebrity has changed a successful program. I've taken the 14-day New England/Canada cruise five times. It appears the cruise has been shortened to 12 days and some offerings leave Quebec City early in the morning. This is a shame. Boston seems to be 'hot' at this time perhaps that's why the Cape Liberty cruises a sparse.
  8. The original 'glass beach' is near St. George's; this one is near the Dockyard.
  9. Remember when Cunard was criticized for being all about accommodations by class, for being elitist? Well, I'm feeling like the steerage equivalent on Celebrity with the open, enjoyable areas of the ships being taken over for more suites, etc. Have a Royal and B2B on Celebrity this year, but also Princess and Holland America for 2020.
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