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shof515

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    NYC
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    cruise
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    carnival, norwegian
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    bermuda, canada, bahamas

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  1. i always buy travel insurance because of my travel partner medical needs
  2. For those who do not have FB, here is the post
  3. most itinerary is released a year and half in advance. so expect sometime in the spring 2020 for summer 2021 bookings to open
  4. most itinerary is released a year and half in advance
  5. they make the drink cup smaller so you are forced to buy more drinks, more profit for ncl
  6. here is the short url: https://amzn.to/2Hf25Vq
  7. Which port do you need to sail out of? I found 3 journey cruises on a dream class ship: Carnival Breeze - 11/02/2019 Embarkation Port: Port Canaveral Itinerary: 14 Day Southern Caribbean Carnival Breeze - 1/11/2020 Embarkation Port: Port Canaveral Itinerary: 14 Day Southern Caribbean Carnival Magic - 1/09/2021 Embarkation Port: Miami Itinerary: 9 Day Exotic Eastern Caribbean
  8. Guest Administration 3655 N.W. 87th Avenue Miami, FL 33178 Tel 800 438 6744 ext. 70450 Fax 305 406 6102
  9. It is a cruise with extra activity they do not do on normal cruises. Here is list of things they do that is unique to journey cruises: https://help.goccl.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3936/related/1
  10. around 120-130 days in advance. you can make both mdr and specialty reservations
  11. i am surprised Norwegian can not do what other cruise lines do and that is use inflatable walls and other objects to create the laser tag area . Royal does this when it converts the studio b ice rink for laser tag.
  12. The escape will dock at Portland Ocean Gateway Pier II. it has a floating pier, a gangway that floats in water that you walk on to land.
  13. Portland used to only have one pier and when they was two ships in port, it used to be a random draw of who had to tender and who docked. Over the years, Portland built another pier for the bigger ships like the Escape so now the port can dock two ships at the same time without tendering. On the NCL website, there is lots of old and outdated information that i am not surprised NCL never fixes.
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