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  1. Try scrolling your cursor on the upper part of the picture screen and you should see a horn icon, click on it and see if it might be muted.
  2. Crisp and clean after this last dry dock. Paint looks great!
  3. Thanks, and as jbecker6469 mentioned, it is very helpful when planning.
  4. Cruise Line approved: https://www.amazon.com/Cruise-Power-Strip-USB-Outlets/dp/B07BHVKPC3/ref=asc_df_B07BHVKPC3/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241973970700&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=958292468707666700&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9011845&hvtargid=pla-431025274938&psc=1
  5. You are welcome. IMO it should be there. Hope the webmasters are seeing this.....
  6. HAL Main Page/Already Booked/Manage My Booking/ Sign In/ Find My Booking/ Itinerary & Wish list/ Click Itinerary There will be a day by day of any purchases you've made.
  7. Yes, thank you for the fleet report. It is exciting for us to watch some of fleet come back to FL. for the Caribbean, Mexico and hopefully Cuba sailings.
  8. The MS Vulcania was an Italian ocean liner built by Cantiere Navale Triestino, Monfalcone, northern Italy in 1926 for the Italian company, Cosulich Line She was a 23,970 gross ton, with an overall length of 192,92m and a breadth of 24.23m. She had one funnel, two masts, twin screw and could reach a maximum speed of 19 knots. There was accommodation for 310 First, 460 Second, 310 intermediate and 700 3rd class passengers. In 1930 her accommodation was altered to 1st, 2nd, tourist and 3rd class, and in 1962 to 1st, tourist and 3rd class only. In 1930 she was fitted with 2 new Burmeister & Wain diesel engines which gave her a speed of 19.4/ 21 knots. Later she was rebuilt to a tonnage of 24,469 tons.
  9. Yes, I understand the Sagafjord was as spectacular, so glad you had the experience. For the first-time cruise it was a tad overwhelming to say the least. When we stepped off the gangway into the ship I recall the plush and very soft carpeting. The next thing we knew. we were being swept away by a Steward, in all white, to our stateroom. This was clearly a ocean ready ship. Even with being 20 years old, she was tight, powerful and on point. Other than boating in FL in earlier years; she was what hooked us on the cruising way to travel.
  10. 1993 Cunard Vistafjord 14 day Caribbean 7k suite
  11. Just a note for using Navigator app first time. We couldn't connect to the app. We had downloaded it prior to embarkation and the reason we couldn't connect was because we had to log off first to connect and sign in again once on the ships intranet. Sounds odd but after waiting in line at guest services about the issue the very kind representative said "oh I see, just sign/log off and restart the app" and voila! Hope this helps if you find yourself frustrated when trying to connect.
  12. Wonderful suggestion putting self guided art tour on the Navigator App! Thank you for the Pictures!
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