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  1. Robert Balla who I believe is the current Seaside YC director just posted on the Facebook group that this info was incorrect and anytime dining is still allowed going forward.
  2. It makes no sense but the person reporting it boarded today and they told her they were implementing it starting with this voyage.
  3. I was reading that post too. I’m not pleased.
  4. Really? Is that necessary? It’s a very big deal for people who are flying or have already flown a very long way to sail. They have many things to sort out now. What is wrong with people that they feel the need to make snotty remarks like this?
  5. Pretty wide brush you’re painting with there.
  6. Funny how different an experience can be. I spent the day at Chill Island Beach yesterday and barely saw any kids. It never got crowded at all the whole day.
  7. Ship -Navigator of the Seas Deck - 8 Stateroom # - 8392 Stateroom Category – 5A Aft Ocean View with Balcony Starboard or Port Side - Neither -> Aft Quiet Stateroom? (With comments on problems) – The room was very quiet. Was stateroom a connecting stateroom? -no Balcony View - See pics below. There is ship superstructure behind but I don’t find it a problem. Balcony Size? Normal or oversized for class? - Oversized balcony. Fits 2 loungers, 2 chairs and table. Was wind a problem? -no If an aft cabin, was soot a problem? - no soot seen Any specific problems with this cabin? -Cabins above can see onto balcony. Not an issue for us.
  8. On Coco Cay today on Navigator. It’s been a gorgeous day. We went over to Chill Island Beach early and are back at the ship now for a bit. We sail at 7:00 tonight. Here are a couple of pics from my aft balcony (8392) right now and from my lounger a little while ago (if they post.)
  9. As expected, at 7:04 pm today we got the emails that all of our bids were unsuccessful for tomorrow’s Navigator sailing. We’re in a deck 8 aft balcony and I bid $55 over minimum for a grand suite and same amount over minimum for 2 bedroom grand. I actually didn’t think I had bid on the Jr Suite but I bid minimum on that one. Anyway no luck this time. Saving my $$ 🙂
  10. We sail Friday on Navigator. We just booked on May 5th and got the Royal UP email about 5 days later. We currently have a deck 8 aft balcony. I had been looking at cabin availability for a couple of days and that one suddenly showed up in inventory (maybe someone else got a Royal Up accepted 🙂 ) so I grabbed it. The offer was for Jr Suite, Grand Suite, and 2 br suite. At the time there were a bunch of Jrs and an owner’s suite showing in inventory. I bid on the grand and the 2 br and I expect to get my decline notice on Thursday. Within a couple days of the email the ship has steadily been showing as sold out.
  11. We’re there June 1st. As far as I know we’re still one ship.
  12. Thank you. I did see that but it wasn’t updated to reflect that they just changed Mariner’s itinerary this week to accommodate Symphony going there tomorrow. I’m just wondering about the immediate upcoming itineraries and whether I missed an announcement.
  13. So far, is today the only close-in itinerary that’s been changed to have both Mariner and Navigator at Coco Cay on the same day? Sailing next Friday and I’m wondering if this will be an ongoing change or if it’s a pilot to see how the island handles it. Just checking to see if I missed an announcement.
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