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Blizzard54

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    Seattle.WA.USA
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    cruising
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    anywhere at sea

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  1. I have always received an email confirming. Sometimes it takes a week or 2 but that may be because I submit a dozen at a time..
  2. The Allure has now been rescheduled until it's drydock. No more St Thomas or Roatan alternating weeks.
  3. Yes, on most sailings if it is still called a CL. On most of the larger ships the name of the lounge was change to Suite Lounge of SL. On some sailings that have large numbers of Pinnacles even if is still called CL access may be restricted for that voyage. That has become common on some repos and TA's.
  4. The only way anyone would know is if you were over the limit and had to leave.. The limit is 250 pounds.
  5. as long as you are under the weight limit... I missed it by 5 lbs...😡
  6. The Singapore to Tokyo and then Tokyo to Seattle is a repo after a drydock for the Ovation. We were on the first Alaskan Sailing of the Ovation this past spring. As the ship had been based in Asia. When the Spectrum came out much of the crew moved to it. They ship had dual signage but that will probably all be replaced during the drydock. As mention the ship now does Australia and Alaska. This is probably a one time trip and is not an emersion cruise. I believe the roll call already has over 300 participants mostly for the US and Australia.
  7. It is still on for the northbound. Although customs is only at the end there may be emigration to deal with.
  8. You are correct. There are some that will enter an hour before cocktails begin and stay until they end. We generally to not arrive until after the some of the first wave head to early dinner. Since we have a choice we generally go to the less crowded lounge.
  9. We often found that if we waited for the "duration of the cruise" deals we could get an extra day. Their math is always fuzzy
  10. It is also common for information on Royal's website to not always be up to date on what is happening in the real world.
  11. You are correct, the success of the program has caused capacity problems in the lounges. On our last 10 cruises the fewest number of Pinnacles has been 43.
  12. But it is in the Adventure section and I do not believe it has even been there.
  13. I agree but the Royal is really catering to the suite passengers. They are spending the big bucks and they to not want any bad press from them.
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