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Kimberlyr22

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About Kimberlyr22

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    PA
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival, Norwegian, Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean
  1. We are currently planning our first Alaska cruise (me, 38 and husband, 47). We are seasoned Caribbean cruisers and have typically opted for NCL or Carnival. I have cruised Celebrity once on a short 4-day on the Infinity and enjoyed the trip. As we are researching Alaska, we've narrowed it down to Celebrity and Holland America based on their itineraries, prices, and ship offerings. However, now my husband and I are struggling to finalize our ship choice. I don't think we can go wrong with any of the options, but wanted to get some insight from those who may have made this decision previously. We're currently debating between a late-August or early September cruise on either the Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Eclipse, HAL Eurodam, or HAL Koningsdam. We're currently leaning towards Eurodam because the spa thermal suite looks amazing and that's one of my favorite things on my current favorite Carnival ships (Dream/Magic). I would immediately choose the Eurodam, but have read the spa verandahs don't include access to the thermal suite and you can only book it once onboard for an extra $300. Does this tend to sell out early? I'd love any feedback on these four ships and which one you'd choose. We like all of the itineraries equally and pricing for our preferred rooms and dates are within a reasonable $500 range, so that's not proving to help with the decision! Both lines also both have really good promos right now that I'd love to jump on. Thanks!
  2. I'm the cruiser in the family and travel either solo or with my husband or sister. In the last month, on three different cruise lines, my sister and husband have received really good offers, while I've received none. And I have priority with all three lines. I figure the cruise lines are targeting less frequent cruisers because they figure the regular cruisers don't need the incentive of a better rate to cruise...
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