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  1. Anyone joining us on this gorgeous ship for 5 night Mayan Sol cruise?
  2. That’s true about room service. We never got any fruit plates in the room. I’m assuming you had to order them. I suppose if we cruise with SB again, we will make better use of the room service. Thanx for your reply and straightening me out! :D
  3. Sorry for the late reply. We did not go to Lisbon or Amsterdam as our cruise was to the Baltic countries. However, re: the Ovation, it was lovely and we had only 584 passengers. Sometimes it was hard to get food because the buffet would be closed and the grill by the pool would be closed at the same time. The only place to get food was little nibble sandwiches at the coffee bar. This proved a popular place because people got hungry between regular dinners. Tim Rice show was the best I’ve ever seen on any cruise. Ship never felt crowed; always someone there to help without any waiting in lines. Recommend if you’re not a foodie; but if you are, snag some buffet food to keep in your frig for when no food venues are open.
  4. From what I’ve read, the Ovation has US and UK sockets now; no need for adaptor.
  5. Are you the Jennifer Dallas in the link you posted? I looked up your site about chasing Elite status. Very interesting. I’ve never gone that far but am a miles/points junky having been able to travel the world first class or business (which is often just as good) on miles/points alone. Nice to meet a “sista”. Looking forward to meeting you onboard. Jan Gradowitz
  6. Sorry I missed your previous answer. $49 sounds better than $99. Guess we’ll all find out soon enough. Getting excited! Jan G
  7. Well, I just went to add our names to Meet and Mingle and Seabourn isn’t one of the cruise line choices. Interesting.
  8. Thanks to both for your answers. Wow, $99 per day seems steep. I paid $149 for 14 days on Celebrity to access their beds/steam and sauna. Then again, I’ve never been on a 6 star so maybe Chipindales will come and feed me peeled grapes while fanning me. haha. I’ll check into the full cruise price while onboard. Are we all doing a meet and mingle? Jan Gradowitz
  9. Like you, I searched everywhere for this info to no avail. Even my TA, who phoned Seabourn, could not get an answer.We are cruising Ovation August 18-25. What was the cost of the day pass in order to use the stone beds? thanks so much!
  10. Has anyone used the heated tile beds in the spa? What is the cost of the spa per day (not services; just use of the tile beds)? Thanks in advance
  11. Does anyone know if the Ovation has any Nitro beers ON TAP like Guinness?
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