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sandbag7

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About sandbag7

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Chicago area, USA
  • Interests
    Reading, Music, Art, Travel, exceptional food.
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Renaissance, Crystal.
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Tahiti

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  1. Our March 1 Sydney to Singapore cruise was cancelled on February 26; I received my deposit and final payment refunds posted to my credit cards over the weekend; you should look for yours.
  2. sandbag7

    Komodo Island 10-5

    We have a cruise sip stop next March (on a Sunday); given cruise ship limitations we probably have a 6 hour window of activity. What options are available to us? Thanks.
  3. We will be on a cruise next March that stops in Cairns at 1 pm, and then overnights until 5 pm the next day; am I correct that this is NOT a tender port? We are looking at an 8 hour GBR tour from 8-4 and we don't want to cut it too close. Thanks.
  4. We’re looking at a potential cruise on Le Champlain in 2020 and I’m advised that excursions are not included. Given the port times it seems that we may have some difficulty in arranging independent excursions and I doubt that CC will be helpful. So does Ponant charge an arm and a leg for tours or does it cost a whole body, like Oceania? Examples would be great.
  5. It's been a long time since I've been on a mainline cruise and even longer since I've had to face an art auction. The last one I recall was on long gone Orient Line, and that was also the only time I got sea sick -some of the "art" was displayed in a public location near my room. So, when I cruise on Noordam this coming February will I be confronted with cruise art for sale? Based on current HAL policies can I get a hearty No? Thanks.
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