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boris53098

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  1. I'm on your cruise. I've packed, and repacked and repacked 😂😂😂
  2. Thanks everyone! It sounds like it shouldn't be a problem 😀
  3. Does anyone know if a wheelchair can be brought on the tender boat? My friend that I'm traveling with uses a wheelchair. She can walk short distances, so doesn't actually need it to board the tender, but will need it in Cabo. She's bringing her small transfer wheelchair, not the big bulky one. And our husbands are golfing in Cabo, so we won't have their help. Any advice on the situation is greatly appreciated 😀
  4. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing vacation with everyone! I'll be boarding the Eurodam on April 6th, and can't wait! Only a few more days 😀
  5. I found this picture, it's 2 doors down from you (7134) but shows how far it's covered.
  6. Thanks for your response. I think it'll be easier to rent them, but hubby is pretty stubborn. This is what is currently listed for prohibited sports equipment: Baseball bats, hockey sticks, cricket bats, lacrosse sticks, pool cues, ski poles, and skateboards.
  7. Has anyone brought their own clubs on HAL? This is our first time going on HAL. Last year, when I booked our upcoming cruise (April) golf clubs were on the prohibited item list. They no longer are, so I called to see if we can bring them. I was told only if we are booked on a golf excursion through the ship. I looked and they don't offer golf excursions on our cruise. I called back, talked to a different person and was told yes, we can bring them. Has anyone actually brought their own? Yes, I am aware they can be rented at the golf course, but hubby really, really prefers his own clubs.
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