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  1. Anyone know what "Craft Social" is on Deck 4? I also noticed this on the new Silhouette deck plan, replacing Cellar Masters.
  2. I just returned from a B2B on Silhouette, both legs in Concierge class. There are certain documented amenities associated with this class (Embarkation lunch, some freebies in the cabin, ...). I had thought that this class was just really an excuse to charge more for a desirable cabin location. However, I now know different. We had some on-shore issues (of our own making) that needed resolution. When we made these issues known to the Concierge (Taryn) dedicated to Concierge Class guests the issues were resolved within minutes, with no hassle on our part whatsoever. Also, the dedicated Concierge was able to arrange for a stateroom party for us. The Concierge is an officer, I believe, so there was no tipping involved. However, a lengthy mention of her was included in the post-cruise evaluation. There are other, non-documented, benefits to this class that might occur such as Helipad sail-in/sail-away parties, acknowledgement of special occasions, etc. I hope this helps. Dee&John ("dijon")
  3. We booked Concierge Class to get the cabin we wanted. We like the aft Sunset Veranda cabins and all the regular SVs were sold out except for the lowest deck. The CC perks are nice, but not enough of a addition by itself to make it worthwhile to get a CC cabin, IMO. BTW, never had an issue with an aft cabin, just a lovely, peaceful, view of the wake (especially at night). "Location, location, location."
  4. Since the horse will be sailing on the seas, I hope she is a Mare.
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