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dchoney

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About dchoney

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    VA
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    Crusing
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    Carnival

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  1. For those that have done long cruises before, please share your experiences. How did you spend your sea days? I'm really excited but with so many sea days I'm a little nervous about getting bored. I know there will be a lot of activities throughout the cruise but does it get repetitive? I generally live in the casino but plan to try to experience the fun and activities this cruise! By the way, we are coming from Woodbridge, VA (Northern Virginia). Where is everyone else from?
  2. Welcome everyone! I’m beyond excited and wish it weren’t so far away! I booked a balcony and now wished that I had gone with a suite given the number of days and the fact I’ve never been on a cruise with so many days! Can’t wait to get to know you all as we patiently wait for September 2020!!!
  3. I'm so excited that I just booked my first 15-Day Cruise on Carnival's newest ship! We are leaving New York on September 30th and visiting some amazing ports! Who else booked this cruise! Can't wait!!!
  4. PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The Coast Guard medevaced a cruise ship passenger approximately 100 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, Thursday morning. Watchstanders at the 5th District command center in Portsmouth received notification at approximately 7:15 p.m. Wednesday from the cruise ship Carnival Horizon’s crew that a 33-year-old woman was suffering appendicitis-like symptoms and needed a medevac. An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, responded. Upon arrival, the helicopter crew hoisted the passenger and medevaced her to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk. “The Carnival Horizon diverted their course towards shore, which expedited our response time,” said Lt. j.g. Daniel J. Dunn, command duty officer at the 5th District command center. “The success of this case was a result of exceptional coordination between the cruise ship, the command center and Air Station Elizabeth City.” Sent from my iPad using Forums
  5. PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The Coast Guard medevaced a cruise ship passenger approximately 100 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, Thursday morning. Watchstanders at the 5th District command center in Portsmouth received notification at approximately 7:15 p.m. Wednesday from the cruise ship Carnival Horizon’s crew that a 33-year-old woman was suffering appendicitis-like symptoms and needed a medevac. An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, responded. Upon arrival, the helicopter crew hoisted the passenger and medevaced her to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk. “The Carnival Horizon diverted their course towards shore, which expedited our response time,” said Lt. j.g. Daniel J. Dunn, command duty officer at the 5th District command center. “The success of this case was a result of exceptional coordination between the cruise ship, the command center and Air Station Elizabeth City.” Sent from my iPad using Forums
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