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  1. Hi Kuevan 🙂 I would definitely choose the 8-night voyage. Whatever you decide, have a terrific sailing! 🌴
  2. The beginning, and the end..... 😔
  3. Hi D-Train 🙂 I agree, the RedFrog Tiki Bar on Mardi Gras will be terrific!! 🌴
  4. Hi Gacruzer 🙂 I just wanted to give you the 'Roll Call' page here on Cruise Critic for the March 13, 2021 Mardi Gras sailing. I'll drop it below. Have a terrific voyage!! 🌴
  5. Hi 🙂 I'll drop you some helpful 'Carnival Kitchen' info below. Have a great day, happy sailing! Carnival Kitchen; article directly from Cruise Critic located @: https://www.cruisecritic.com/articles.cfm?ID=4919 Carnival Kitchen review, located @: https://cruiseradio.net/review-carnival-kitchen-on-carnival-panorama/ Carnival Kitchen info @: https://cruisefever.net/carnival-kitchen-prices-new-dining-experience-on-carnival-panorama/ Additional Carnival Kitchen info @: https://thepointsguy.com/news/carniva
  6. Hi @BlerkOne 🙂 On June 3rd, 2020 Meyer Turku Shipyard announced they've started Mardi Gras engines for the 1st time. I'll drop a screenshot below. Have a terrific day! 🌴
  7. Hi Djptcp 🙂 Anytime dining will be in the Sapphire Dining Room. I'll drop the info below. Have a terrific sailing! 🌴
  8. Hi TNcruising02 🙂 When my wife & I choose to sail Carnival, we do so for: 1) High octane 2) Food options 3) Affordability to extend cruise length; 14-night or longer sailings via B2B's or Journeys voyages that were added to Carnival itineraries in 2015. 🌴
  9. Hi Jamman 🙂 My wife & I are still feeling the 15-day repo sting. Was such a terrific itinerary! Last I heard, somewhere around June 3rd they started Mardi Gras's main engines for the 1st time. Keeping my eyes on Meyer Turku for the sea trials. Ouch....🐝 🐝 Take the stinger out, we need a voyage! Happy sailing Jamman! 🌴
  10. Hi Sapphire 🙂 Be certain to keep your eyes on these Cruise Critic posts below along with the Meyer Turku Shipyard Media Press Release Section on their website. Also keep your eyes on the Meyer Turku Shipyard via 'social media' websites as well. I'll get you started & will drop some below. Have a great day! Meyer Turku Shipyard Press Releases located @: https://www.meyerturku.fi/en/meyerturku_com/media/news_releases/news_releases.jsp Meyer Turku Shipyard located @: https://www.meyerturku.fi/en/meyerturku_com/index.jsp
  11. Hi Obstructedview2 🙂 My wife & I are taking the same strategy of thinking, in regards to (as you put it) realistically evaluating the situation. We've been cruising since the 80's and have decided that a hiatus from sailing is warranted at this moment in time. We've come to the personal conclusion that we will not sail in 2021 at all, and will wait until 2022 before we make any logical decisions. Practically & rationally speaking, I think our next cruise will be sometime in 2023 as well; and we'll (use) 2022 to plan our next voyage. Hap
  12. Hi @jimbo5544 April 28th press release from Meyer Turku Shipyard. 'Corona crisis causes Meyer Turku to start negotiations to lay off people' Article (directly from Meyer Turku) located @: https://www.meyerturku.fi/en/meyerturku_com/media/news_releases/news_releases.jsp 😯
  13. Hi @opensaysme ☺️ My screen name says it all, hehehe.....😄 Actually, we've been sailing since the 1980's, always port side. Never had a starboard voyage in all our years of cruising. For me, port side is like being on the 'driver side', so to speak.😊 🌴
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