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  1. We are sailing March 14. Many of the recent Western Caribbean Escape reviews have complained about the tendering process in Roatan and Cozumel being slow and inefficient. Looking at the Roatan port schedule (https://www.cruisemapper.com/ports/roatan-island-port-29?tab=schedule&month=2020-03#schedule) Symphony of the Seas is in port an hour ahead of us and I believe Coxen Hole has only one berth. Cozumel has six ships in port.
  2. It looks like on our upcoming W.Caribbean Escape cruise we will likely be tendering in a couple of the ports. We like to get off the ship and explore and enjoy the ports as early as possible and return to the ship when things get busy. With the goal of getting off the ship as early as possible is either the Latitudes Priority tendering perk or Priority Access add on better or they one in the same? Other than GSC on a Sky cruise many years ago we have not had a tender port on NCL. On that cruise we had a priority tender via booking an NCL excursion. Any insights or tip
  3. Updating my previous post ..... as suggested As suggested I called and was able to book over the phone. Thanks for the tip.
  4. Good morning - on previous NCL Cruises I made my entertainment and dining bookings as the clock struck midnight on the booking window for main theatre and a comedy or show or two. Due to travel for work I was only able to attempt to book shows this morning @119 days out. It says that reservations for the comedy shows are not offered. For Choir of Man is says please book on board. We took the year off from cruising last year and I'm wondering if policies have changed with respect to Headliner venue shows and/or if I have missed the boat (pun intended) with Choir Man
  5. Good day - looking for some feedback from those who have been on Carnival Magic Deck 6. With two large teenage boys we have started booking connecting inside cabins for the extra space and washroom. Connecting insides seem to be scarce on the Magic. We’ve booked interior cabins 6377 and 6379 which appear to be above the casino and casino bar. The post I’ve found via the search function seem to primarily discuss cabins above the theatre or balcony’s. Would love tohear from past cruisers who sailed in the vicinity of these cabins and their thoughts with respect to noise.
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