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  1. I have been on Regal twice and Sky once. They are both beautiful ships. The only thing I missed on the Sky Princess was Crooners. I would sail on either one again in a heartbeat. We are currently booked on the Sky for next March, but I don’t know if we’ll go. We shall see. Maybe 2023.
  2. January 25 - February 1, 2020
  3. You are correct about the Cheers in the Faneuil Hall location. That one closed last year. https://www.boston.com/food/restaurants/2020/08/18/cheers-faneuil-hall-closing
  4. Correct. You must book a Club Class Mini-Suite in order to receive the Club Class amenities. I have not sailed in a balcony cabin, but I have stayed in Mini-suites twice on the Regal and once on the Sky. I love the extra space the mini-suite provides. I book the ones with the extended angled balcony for a little more balcony room.
  5. Yes. This is the kicker. Ugh. Hopefully, as they learn more, they will extend this recommendation to longer than three months post full vaccination. When I first read this the other day, I had to read it three times. It is very discouraging. But, I guess at this point, they just don’t know.
  6. I have two cruises booked for March, 2022. The first one that I booked before Christmas is on the Sky Princess to Princess Cay, St. Maarten and St. Thomas. I have done this itinerary three times (Sky and Regal 2x). My friend has not. On Sunday , we found out that an event we would really like to attend has been postponed to either Fall or March 2022. If March, it would conflict with our Princess cruise. So, yesterday I booked the Rotterdam to Half Moon Cay, Aruba and Curaçao. This itinerary would be new for both of us. This cruise is later in March, 2022. I have cruised on P
  7. To be honest, I have never paid much attention to the Captain when I cruise. That is, until I cruised on the Sky Princess in January, 2020 with Captain Tuvo. He is such a joy. So personable and happy. It was very enjoyable to be on that ship with him at the helm. I have the Sky Princess booked for March 2022. I have no idea if we will actually take that cruise, but if we do and Captain Tuvo is there, I will be thrilled.
  8. Just the opposite for me. My first cruise was on the NCL Starward in 1982. My late husband and I had an inside cabin that was the size of a walk-in closet. I was a fan of “The Love Boat”, so you can imagine my disappointment. Ha! I got incredibly seasick moments after the ship left the dock. A woman overheard me complaining that I felt sick and she offered me a patch, which I accepted. I felt better by the middle of the night. My husband went to dinner alone the first night. We didn’t cruise again until 1991. But, in spite of that, I love cruising. I lost my husband 12 years
  9. That is my favorite area on the Regal! It’s the only thing I don’t love about the Sky Princess - they put a small pool back there.
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