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mvago

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About mvago

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    Cool Cruiser

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    Minneapolis
  • Interests
    Boating, travel: Celebrity (2), Carnival (5), RCCL (5)
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    St Thomas - married at Bluebeard's Castle
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  1. Firstly, it's best ALWAYS research a ship before you book a cabin! We've sailed on the Oasis # 11329 which didn't have the large slide in front of the balcony - However, we booked opposite side on the Symphony of the Seas in 2019 # 11729 - even though there is the obstructed view - you can get a clear view of the ocean from your balcony, people watch and still see the acrobactics at the Aquatheater from the comfort of your own cabin balcony - it's a win/win - People who don't do their due diligence prior to booking a cabin shouldn't complain or make excuses about their accommodations - that's ALL on YOU! Enjoy the cruise - there are so many great spots to relax and experience the open sea - Aft on these huge ships gives you the best of 3 worlds - Entertainment, Ocean view and good people watching - Cheers
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