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  1. I think maybe I wasn't clear. What I really like is Club Class. I know it's expensive, but it's the only dining option other than buffet, etc. that gives us real control over our evening schedule. Anytime Dining leaves you at the mercy of buzzers and other people's schedules. Traditional sometimes takes two hours. With Club Class, you can be in and out in an hour or so. Only once have we paid the full rate for CC, and that cruise it wasn't much steeper. But we've taken several upsells to a suite partly based on how much we like CC dining. Jim
  2. Now that was a sweet deal, at least according to me. The ability to just show up when you're hungry and be seated almost immediately is worth quite a bit. We like to go to shows or catch musical acts when the spirit moves us, not when the dinner gods force us. Jim
  3. I can only tell you how it was on our BI cruise last June. It was pretty calm most places but was real bouncy up around the northern part of Scotland, probably two rough days. Jim
  4. In our experience, the Regal in particular seems prone to the 1 p.m. room ready declaration. Sometimes you can get in earlier and sometimes not. Jim
  5. Honestly, a better question would be: Can you get away from NFL playoff games if you just don't care? I'm 99% sure they'll be on the big outdoor MUTS screen, plus a few other places. Jim
  6. Yes. It's the same as if you call the general Princess number or book online. Jim
  7. I'm pretty sure hot chocolate is free and readily available during breakfast hours in the dining room and at the buffet. Jim
  8. Premium is strictly about location. Some might have a bigger balcony too. Deluxe, regardless of location, is distinguished by having a loveseat. And they're a few square feet bigger interiors. Jim
  9. It probably depends on how many ships are in port and what kind of "parking spot you get. When we were there 5 years ago it was actually worked into the comic's routine. Something that seemed to take forever was described as being "Longer than a tender to Belize." We probably spent 30 minutes in the boat each way. Jim
  10. Yes. All side-facing balconies on Aloha deck are covered. Jim
  11. Just tell you waiter for the night. He'll want your cabin number, probably. Other than that, it's the same as with traditional dining. Jim
  12. Glad to hear it. It doesn't affect us, just a fairness issue. Jim
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