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rwcorne

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About rwcorne

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    New England
  • Interests
    Sailing, kayaking, hiking and travel.
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    The next one (tied with the last one.)
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Dubrovnik

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  1. Hi all, Verizon's international plan allows you to add HAL ships. In my case , we are traveling on Nordam and I can add that ship as well as Australia and New Zealand. But, I don't know what the Verizon service level we be on sea days. Has anyone added a HAL ship to their Verizon International Plan. If so, what can you do with it on a sea day and do you still need to buy the ship's wifi? Thanks, Bob
  2. That great, many thanks erewon! Hoping to see Te Aihe on the water.
  3. I am going on my first cruise with HAL next month on the Noordam. The HAL documents say that boarding time is 1:00pm and the departure is 5:00pm. I was hoping to drop my luggage off at the Port at 10:30am and then do a 2-hour America's Cup Sail in Auckland's Viaduct Harbour from 11:00am - 1:00pm. After that I would walk back to Port and board around 1:30pm. (The sailboat is less than a 15 minute walk from Queens Wharf.) Does anyone know if this will work, can I drop the luggage off at the Port at 10:30am and come back later in the afternoon? Thanks in advance, Bob
  4. Thank you very much for the info and the link. That was quite helpful. I was thinking we would hike to Hanawei. Looking at the link the circular 6 Misty Peaks hike looks interesting too. I will try to get a copy of the recommended "Akaroa Country Walks" brochure in advance. Best Regards, Bob
  5. Hi lovestx, We are thinking of hiking to Hinewai Reserve and wondered what you meant by 'crazy hike'. It does look to be a very long hike, is there anything else can you share about it? Thanks!
  6. Thanks dandee2 for posting this. You can track the Flying Clipper's temporary AIS signal using the vessel name "Brodosplit 483" in a marine traffic app or website.
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