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  1. Am considering Oct 8, 2020 Dublin to Barcelona on a soon to be refurbished Nautica. The PH1-3 cabins are only 322 square feel (?including the balcony). The increase in price is about $3000 over a veranda cabin. Would someone please give their opinion re: the value of a PH 1-3 cabin vrs. the smaller verandas. I realize this is a personal value choice but it seems to be a lot of $ for the increase in square footage. Also we have sailed on the larger Riviera and got an upsale offer to a PH cabin. Any chance on the smaller Nautica? Thanks for your input.
  2. Why would Oceania schedule the one day port visit to Bilbao on a Monday when the Guggenheim Museum is closed? Makes no sense. Nautica in October.
  3. The grandsons will be four and five years old if it matters in choosing the ship. Our son and daughter have been to Alaska several times but their spouses have not.Thanks for the pearls of knowledge. Please add any other relevant info. Also suggestions for hotels the night before and after the cruise would be appreciated.
  4. All three ships have 5 star ratings on c c. Similar costs and all depart from Seattle. This would be a multigenerational family cruise with passengers from one to 72 years of age.. Advice appreciated.
  5. Multi generation cruise to Alaska: Any preference among these three ships? Itineraries are very similar. All depart from Seattle which is easily reached from all western cities. Similar costs as well. Advice appreciated.
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