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molsonschooner

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About molsonschooner

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  • Location
    Belleville, Ont
  • Interests
    sports, cruising, granddaughter
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Rccl, Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Ste. Marteen

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  1. would Nassau work as an embarkation port
  2. I did not think it was possible to book a cruise that close to the cruise date
  3. We got our cruise planner credit for our May 10 cruise a couple weeks ago but we have not received taxes and port fees yet.
  4. I guess that because we used a T/A we will have to have them make the call for us.
  5. this is for a cruise that we just booked. It is for August 2021. After we booked the 2 grand suites we got looking at things and realized the 2 bedroom GS is about the same cost. There are 4 of us on 2 different reservations. We each have a FCC for 1349 US$
  6. Ken, you mentioned on another thread that all people who wanted to cancel their suites and move to a different suite had to be on the same reservation. We have 2 different reservations so we would not be able to cancel both suites and book the 2 bedroom GS. Is this right? I get so confused at times.
  7. My DW and I are in one grand suite. My son and granddaughter are in another suite. Is it possible to cancel both grand suites and get a 2 bedroom GS. I don't know if it makes any difference but we all used FCC from a cancelled cruise.
  8. we have only been in Galveston once before. Saltgrass was recommended to us. We found it to be very good.
  9. Thanks again for the help. My wife is able to do a couple of steps so I think I will rent her the folding wheelchair.
  10. Thanks for this. I will consider renting a folding wheelchair. I wonder if there is a place on the excursion buses/van to store the wheelchair?
  11. We are looking at Liberty in August of 2021. My wife uses a scooter quite a bit while on board. One of our stops is Grand Cayman which is a tender port. My question is, are tender boats and excursion buses/vans able to handle a scooter? If not, is there any wheel chair assistance available to get her from the tender boat up to where we would meet our excursion. I have posted this question on both the Gulf Coast departures and the Grand Cayman port of calls but so far there have been no replies. Quote
  12. We are looking at Liberty in August of 2021. My wife uses a scooter quite a bit while on board. One of our stops is Grand Cayman which is a tender port. My question is, are tender boats and excursion buses/vans able to handle a scooter? If not, is there any wheel chair assistance available to get her from the tender boat up to where we would meet our excursion. I have posted this question on both the Gulf Coast departures and the Grand Cayman port of calls but so far there have been no replies.
  13. We are looking at a cruise in Aug 2021 on Liberty. My wife uses a scooter most of the time while on the ship. I am wondering if it is possible to get her scooter onto the tender, and if that is possible are excursion buses/vans equipped to handle a scooter.If she can't take her scooter my biggest concern is her getting up the ramp after getting off the tender.
  14. It seems like all of our cruises have been special in some way but I think my favourite cruises have been the last 2. Our young granddaughter has been with us and we had so much fun. I don’t know how many times we went on the carousel.
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