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Glad to see that Tommy "Jersey Boy" Wolf :) has been promoted to ACD! We were on the Sea (the last 7-day cruise), and the entire cruise staff was good, but Tommy, in my opinion, was head and shoulders above the rest (and I include the CD and the ACD in that). He was everywhere and always very personable - even took the time to stop and chat!


We also cruised with Patti Honacki on a very difficult LA to Honolulu initial voyage of the Pride of Aloha. Most of the people aboard had originally been booked on the Pride of America (before it sank!), and many were spoiling for a fight. She (and her staff - Shona was one - I saw her name mentioned above) did a wonderful job. You're right - I don't think any of them ever slept!

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sank? what happened?


Well, there you go ... bringing up bad memories:o


PoAm sank while it was being built .... January 14, 2004 to be EXACT! Wasn't it's fault tho ... big storm ... sides not enclosed yet ... took on water ... sank in it's berth (Germany) ... water up to Deck 3. Those of us who were scheduled to sail on her had to postpone our plans.:( That's why the SKY was recommissioned as Pride of Aloha many months early ... and why the SPIRIT came to do Alaska, etc., etc., etc. Domino effect. Poor NCL ... I really felt sorry for them.


Merry Christmas all!



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Below is the original press release about the damage to the ship in January 2004.


NCL Pride of America Damaged at German Shipyard in January 2004

Cruise Ship Sitting on Harbor Floor

Dateline: January 2004

The new Norwegian Cruise Line ship the Pride of America was damaged during a storm at the Lloyd Werft German shipyard where the ship was under construction. The ship was scheduled to be sailed from Germany to Hawaii in April 2004, followed by its maiden voyage from Hawaii on July 4. It is unknown whether the ship will be launched as planned. She is currently sitting on the floor of the harbor with three decks under water.

"The ship should be refloated in the next few days. Until this refloating takes place, Lloyd Werft will not be able to assess the extent of the damage or any potential delay in the delivery schedule," NCL told the press from its operations center in Miami. Norwegian Cruise Line, a subsidiary of Malaysian Star Cruises, is the current owner of the Pride of America.

NCL bought the ship as an uncompleted hull when American Classic Voyages went bankrupt in 2001. NCL transferred the ship from its original shipbuilder in Mississippi to Bremerhaven, Germany in 2002. The Lloyd Werft Shipyard is lengthening the $400 million ship by 82 feet and extending its capacity to over 2,000 passengers.

The ship shifted suddenly just after midnight on the stormy night of January 14, listing about 15 degrees to starboard. The Pride of America took on water and settled on the bottom of the harbor, with three decks submerged.

When the ship listed, it caused a construction crane to crash into a building, injuring three workers on the ship.

The Pride of America will be the first oceangoing ship in 50 years to fly the flag of the United States. Being a U.S.-flagged ship qualifies the Pride of America to cruise itineraries that include only U.S. ports, such as around the Hawaiian islands. The Jones Act, passed many years ago to protect U.S. shipping interests, prohibits foreign carriers from itineraries that do not include a foreign port. For Caribbean cruises or those to Alaska or New England, this is not a problem. However, foreign-flagged ships cruising the Hawaiian islands have to port in Mexico, Canada, or Fanning Island, which is a day's sail from Hawaii.

NCL is playing on the American theme for the ship. The Pride of America hull will feature red and white stripes, blue stars, and a bald eagle. The public rooms will also have a patriotic theme, with names like the Capitol Atrium, Jefferson's Bistro, and the Liberty Restaurant. To be U.S.-flagged, the Pride of America must have an American crew, pay U.S. wages and taxes, and be subject to U.S. environmental laws. Since the ship will primarily sail in Hawaii, NCL has been recruiting most of its crew members from the islands. Over 1000 people have been hired, and many have already been trained.

Norwegian did not comment on what measures would be taken if delivery of the ship is delayed.


What did NCL do?


NCL Pride of Aloha: Multi-Million Dollar Renovation Planned

Ship to Embody the History, Art and Culture of Hawaii

Miami, January 26, 2004 – Norwegian Cruise Line’s (NCL) new Pride of Aloha, will undergo a major transformation when she enters dry dock in San Francisco in May. The company has been working on a new design for months since it was first announced that Norwegian Sky would be reflagged into the U.S. registry and renamed Pride of Aloha to sail inter-island cruises in Hawai`i.

After the dry dock, which begins May 17 and a series of Pacific Coastal cruises, Pride of Aloha will take over Pride of America’s previously published program of seven-day cruises on July 4th. The ship will call on the four main islands featuring an overnight in Kaua`i, full day calls in Kona and Hilo on the Big Island of Hawai`i, and an overnight in Maui.

In addition, the ship will debut a first for the cruise industry – the first Bishop Museum Collection at Sea.

The company will announce full details in the coming weeks.

The redesign touches almost every part of the ship including the public rooms, staterooms, the deck and pool area and the six restaurants onboard.

“When faced with the daunting task of redesigning a ship to capture the essence of Hawai`i’s many rich and diverse elements, we immediately sought out one of the island’s most well-respected designers, Mary Philpotts,” said Colin Veitch, president and CEO of NCL. “It’s Mary’s vision, along with the folks at SMC Design, that makes the redesign a truly unique one; one that we hope honors the ship’s name.

“Mary has worked closely with the NCL Team and, in fact, spent quite a bit of time onboard the ship last summer. The NCL Team also spent several weeks visiting with Hawai`i artists, many whose work will be showcased on the ship,” Veitch added.

According to Philpotts, the project was an opportunity to bring the varied history and multi-faceted culture of Hawai`i to a cruise ship environment.

“We wanted to give the ship a sense of place, of history, of the diversity that is Hawai`i,” Philpotts said. “When people get off the plane they also want to know two things – ‘where are the beaches and where are the waterfalls?’ So we incorporated the beautiful, natural surroundings of Hawai`i into the overall design.”

Dramatic changes for Pride of Aloha

As soon as passengers board the Pride of Aloha, they will experience a vibrant and colorful world of flora, fauna and water-inspired details.

The focal point of the ship, a towering eight-deck-high glass-domed atrium, will have dramatic artworks that spiral throughout the area. Fifty-foot high sculptures, inspired by the Menehune (the mythical little people of Hawai`i), will flank the space while rainbow-colored sails patterned after the islands’ traditional canoes will be suspended overhead. Vibrant colors of pink, yellow, green and blue will adorn the new carpet and chairs.

The bright and colorful pool deck will have a ‘laid back’ atmosphere as a ‘Pau Hana’ (abandon work) attitude prevails. The design is inspired by a Hawai`i beach or outdoor lanai. A mural of surfers will be a colorful backdrop to The Breakers Bar at the pool and the ship’s basketball court.

The disco on deck six will become the Blue Hawai`i Night Club inspired by the outdoor beachfront dance clubs that have historically been popular in Hawai`i. The nightclub entrance will feature a life-sized Hula girl lamp with slowly swaying hips, lit by her Hawai`i print lampshade. Hula girl graphics will grace the surrounding walls. Thatched roof sections, palm trees and the new carpet scattered with colorfully strewn leis will give passengers that tropical feeling.

Pride of Aloha’s new library, the Mark Twain Library on deck six, will be infused with the names and personalities of well-known authors who journeyed to the islands for inspiration and relaxation. The design will incorporate old photos of the era. The three meeting rooms on board will be renamed to O`ahu, Maui and Kaua`i.

Captain Cook’s Bar and Captain Cook’s Cigar Club on deck six will feature artwork depicting the discoveries and travels of Captain James Cook, the European discoverer of Hawai’i, and replications of early 1800s etchings that artists traveling on ships used to visually record what they found on the Islands.

The Outrigger Lounge on deck 11 is inspired by the Polynesians who navigated the Pacific Ocean. They were known as the Blue Water Sailors for their incredible exploits using the stars as navigation charts. The redesign uses many traditional images and patterns of that time combined with a large outrigger canoe that will be suspended from the ceiling.


Pride of Aloha Becomes U.S.-Flagged Cruise Ship

NCL Reburbishes Norwegian Sky for Hawaii Cruising

MIAMI -- June 7, 2004 - For the first time in nearly half a century, a modern, 2000-passenger cruise ship will fly a U.S. Flag. Today, on board the vessel in San Francisco, Colin Veitch, president and CEO of NCL America and dignitaries from the Maritime Administration and the U.S. Coast Guard raised the Stars and Stripes on Pride of Aloha, the brand's first U.S. Flag vessel.

Formerly Bahamian-flagged Norwegian Sky, Pride of Aloha just completed a multi-million dollar refurbishment in San Francisco. As a U.S.-flagged ship, Pride of Aloha is crewed by nearly 800 seafarers and will offer a truly unique experience for cruise passengers. With its distinctive Hawaii décor and the gracious, friendly crew, mostly hailing from the Hawaii Islands, the "Spirit of Aloha" is felt throughout the ship.

"Today marks a milestone not only in the cruise industry, but also in our nation's maritime history," Veitch said. "We are proud to be the first cruise company in recent memory to offer travelers an unparalleled combination of interisland Hawai'i cruising and a modern U.S.-flagged, U.S.-crewed megaship."

"Reflagging this ship is far more than symbolic," said U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta. "Raising the Stars and Stripes over more ships raises our maritime strength and raises jobs."

"We worked in cooperation with NCL America to ensure that the vessel met all international standards for a passenger ship," said Lieutenant Tony Guild, U.S. Coast Guard. "This entailed a complete inspection of the vessel and its safety and security systems from life jackets, lifeboats, complex firefighting systems, complex automation systems that manage the ships power and propulsion plants, to various security plans and equipment. In addition, the Coast Guard ensured that the ship's crew met all required U.S. standards for Merchant Mariners certification."

Pride of Aloha will complete a series of Pacific Coastal cruises in June before setting sail for her new homeport of Honolulu. Following an inaugural celebration and a christening on July 4th, she will begin her regular seven-day, year-round Hawaii cruise schedule. Visiting all four main islands and offering passengers up to 96 hours in port, Pride of Aloha features two overnight stays in Kaua`i and Maui while also making full day calls in Kona and Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Pride of Aloha features NCL's signature Freestyle Cruising, offering a diverse choice of six restaurants, resort casual dress code and relaxed disembarkation. She also has 13 bars and lounges, two swimming pools, a spa and fitness center and conference facilities among its many amenities. In addition, the ship features a Hawaiian cultural center called the Kumu Cultural Center (Kumu is Hawaiian for source of learning). NCL America also offers spectacular shore excursions, including: Circle of Fire helicopter rides, NCL exclusive Hoku Nui Luau, Maui downhill bicycling, visits to the Polynesian Cultural Center, and Waimea Canyon trips.

The 77,000-ton Pride of Aloha is a 2,000-passenger ship built in 1999 as Norwegian Sky. The ship is projected to annually generate more than $275 million in expenditures, $199 million in direct and indirect wages and salaries, $42 million in federal tax revenues, and nearly 7,000 jobs. Once NCL America's plans are fully implemented, their U.S.-flag ships are expected to generate more than $828 million in U.S. economic activity and 20,400 jobs, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers study.


What did NCL do when they switched the Norwegian Sky/Pride of Aloha itinerary?


SuperStar Leo to Replace Norwegian Sky in Alaska for 2004 Season

Norwegian Sky to Be Renamed Pride of Aloha

MIAMI, FL, January 21, 2004- Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) announced today that the Star Cruises’ ship SuperStar Leo will spend this summer in Alaska as part of NCL’s popular Alaska Inside Passage program and enter the NCL fleet for the 2004 Alaska season. The 77,000-ton ship will take over Norwegian Sky’s previously published seven-day itinerary from Seattle.

The move comes in response to Norwegian Sky’s early transfer to Hawai`i as Pride of Aloha. After a multi-million dollar remodeling in May, Pride of Aloha will be reflagged into the U.S. registry to assume Pride of America’s seven-day inter-island itinerary.

"We have acted quickly to support NCL at a difficult time when they have had the delivery of their newest ship seriously delayed and their plans to develop the important new Hawai`i market disrupted,” Star Cruises’ Chairman and CEO, Tan Sri K T Lim said.

“From a Star Cruises Group perspective, we have decided that it is an immediate our top priority is to support NCL's leading position in Alaska and to facilitate the early transfer of Norwegian Sky to our exciting new trade, Hawai`i.” SuperStar Leo, first introduced in Singapore in 1999, was the very first purpose-built Freestyle Cruising ship and is one of Star’s two most modern best ships outside North America.

According to NCL’s President and CEO Colin Veitch: “SuperStar Leo is an exciting, high-quality modern ship with vibrant colors, exceptional public areas and well-appointed cabins. She is the ideal way to ensure that we have the Alaska program that our guests have planned and are expecting. She is the first sister in the family of ships that culminated just a year ago in the spectacular Norwegian Dawn, and passengers who sail on Leo will immediately see the close resemblance between these two big new ships.“

The 2,000-passenger SuperStar Leo was built by Meyer Werft, Germany and was Star Cruises’ first newbuild and largest vessel. SuperStar Leo features Freestyle Dining with seven restaurants including two main restaurants, three alternative restaurants -- Maxim’s (a French restaurant), Shogun (a Japanese restaurant) and Tai Pan (a Chinese restaurant), -- the Raffles Lido Cafe and the popular 24-hour Blue Lagoon.

Like her big sister Norwegian Star, which begins her first Alaska season in May, SuperStar Leo is a family-friendly ship with a wide choice of interconnecting cabins perfect for multi-generational families of all sizes. All staterooms are richly appointed with each containing a much larger bathroom unit than other ships, with separate WC, shower, and washstand compartments separated by sliding doors.

The ship also boasts an expansive children and teen facility, and together with Norwegian Star, they have the largest dedicated children’s areas in Alaska cruising.

SuperStar Leo has an impressive array of entertainment venues including a 1,000-seat theater, a disco, a cinema, several bars and lounges and a world-class casino. The ship also features meeting rooms, a sports deck and a Roman Spa & Fitness Center. SuperStar Leo is a triple winner of the 1999 ShipPax Awards for her outstanding sun decks, bars and lounges, and cabins.

SuperStar Leo will be operated by NCL be operated in Alaska with a fully specified NCL product and offer the full Freestyle Cruising program found on all other NCL ships. She will begin sailing from Seattle on May 15th, the scheduled start of Norwegian Sky’s Alaska season, with seven-day cruises to the Inside Passage with calls in Ketchikan, Juneau, cruising Sawyer Glacier, Skagway and Prince Rupert, British Columbia.

On Thursday, January 22nd, NCL will begin contacting travel agents who have passengers booked on Norwegian Sky to advise them that their passengers have been rebooked aboard SuperStar Leo.

SuperStar Leo features a multitude of outside cabins with 65 percent of those having private balconies, a larger percentage than Norwegian Sky, ensuring that all passengers booked on Norwegian Sky will move to an equivalent or superior cabin on their chosen sailing date. In addition, all passengers currently booked on Norwegian Sky will receive a $25 per person onboard credit when they sail on SuperStar Leo.

NCL will continue to take bookings on Norwegian Sky’s Alaska sailings this week while advising travel agents of the ship change. SuperStar Leo’s voyages will be open for sale for new bookings on Monday with prices beginning at $649.


NCL announces the transfer of Norwegian Sea to Star Cruises following Superstar Leo's move to NCL

SuperStar Leo to be renamed Norwegian Spirit

London, 22 March 2004 – NCL, the Freestyle Cruising specialist, announces that SuperStar Leo will be permanently deployed in the NCL fleet and renamed Norwegian Spirit. Although Norwegian Spirit is already a Freestyle Cruising vessel, following on from her Summer 2004 Alaskan season, she will be significantly remodelled and refurbished to further modify her for North American service.

Norwegian Spirit will spend the winter sailing a combination of 5 and 9-day cruise itineraries, which can be combined to create 14-day packages from the UK. In addition, these itineraries can also be combined with land stay hotel options in Orlando and Miami. The itineraries cruise out of Miami to the Deep Southern Caribbean stopping in destinations such as Barbados, Grenada, St Lucia and the British Virgin Islands.

NCL’s adaptability is due to its unique relationship with Star Cruises: “This move once again demonstrates the advantage of having a diverse fleet in two divergent markets that can be strategically redeployed as part of an ever changing global marketplace,” said NCL President and Chief Executive Officer, Colin Veitch. “The redeployment of a mid-size vessel such as Norwegian Sea to Star Cruises is optimal for the Asian market and utilizing a state-of-the-art mega-ship such as SuperStar Leo is ideal in the extremely competitive North American market.”

Norwegian Sea, currently operating a Houston to the Caribbean route, will now be transferred to the Star Cruises fleet in the spring of 2005. In October 2005, Norwegian Dream will take over Norwegian Sea’s year round cruises out of Houston, sailing Exotic Western Caribbean 9-night trips calling at Mexico, Honduras and Belize. The company will announce a replacement ship for the New Orleans itinerary shortly.

Stephen Park, General Manager UK, said: “Norwegian Spirit is the perfect addition to the NCL fleet and we are delighted to welcome her. She has a wide range of interconnecting staterooms for families of all sizes and we look forward to offering unique itineraries out of Miami incorporating Deep Southern Caribbean destinations, which will be ideal for selling within the UK marketplace.”


That's alot of history! Switching of ships, renaming of ships, changing itineraries, all done by NCL quickly, within 3 weeks, after the sinking of the Pride of America in drydock while under construction.




NCL America to inaugurate largest ever and first newly built U.S. Flag ship in nearly 50 years - Pride of America

MIAMI, June 15, 2005 – On June 17, 2005, NCL America will inaugurate the largest U.S.-flagged ship ever built and the first newly constructed cruise ship to join the U.S. register in nearly 50 years, Pride of America. Travel agents and the American public will have the opportunity to have a front row seat at this historic nautical event during a live webcast as the Honorable Elaine L. Chao, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor, christens the all-American vessel at an official onboard ceremony.

Pride of America is a spectacular salute to the diversity of the United States and is designed to represent the best of America. As a U.S.-flagged ship, Pride of America also has the freedom to sail between U.S. ports of call without the need to include foreign ports, and will provide guests with the unique experience of a U.S.-based crew. In July, Pride of America will join Pride of Aloha in sailing the islands of Hawai`i

“NCL has long been deemed an industry leader, breaking the conventional model for cruising. This week, NCL America is proud to introduce a whole new cruise experience -- one that represents all that America and Hawai`i have to offer,” said Colin Veitch, president and CEO of NCL America. “The presentation of this new U.S.-flagged, U.S.-crewed ship is truly a milestone for NCL and the cruise industry.”

Representing some of the United States’ proudest assets, Pride of America is a tapestry of Americana, including vibrant stars and stripes hull artwork, a New Orleans-style Mardi Gras Cabaret Lounge, Alaskan Gold Rush Saloon, Napa Wine Bar, Capitol Atrium, Santa Fe Spa and Fitness Center, Newbury Street Shopping area, Washington Library and the ship's Hollywood Theatre.

In addition to offering NCL’s signature Freestyle Cruising and superior customer service, the vessel also features several firsts for NCL including an onboard tennis court, a new category of Family Suites, the Soho Art Gallery and a Conservatory touting a tropical landscaped garden.

After a series of coastal sailings, Pride of America will arrive in her homeport of Honolulu on July 23, 2005 where she will begin offering a unique itinerary no other cruise line can deliver. As the first new ocean-going passenger ship in nearly half a century to sail under the U.S. flag, Pride of America will visit all four main islands in one week-long itinerary and offer passengers up to 100 hours in port, more than any other cruise line sailing the islands. The seven-day cruises from Honolulu will feature a day in Hilo, Hawai’i; two days in Kahului, Maui; a day in Kona, Hawai’i; and two days in Nawiliwili, Kaua’i.


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Anyone know where they sent Ricky? He was the CD on our Dawn 11/10 sailing, and I was not impressed. We're getting ready to book our next NCL cruise, and his location may sway my decision. :eek:


From what I understand as of today, Ricky is due back on the Dawn Feb. 2nd.


BTW, shoreguy, looks like you & your group won't be having Linda after all.;)

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From what I understand as of today' date=' Ricky is due back on the Dawn Feb. 2nd.


BTW, shoreguy, looks like you & your group won't be having Linda after all.;)[/quote']


Ricky is a little rough around the edges and too much energy for me, but after hearing about Linda, I rather have ricky anyday. :D That Ricky can sure dance. :eek:

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Where did you hear Ricky will be back?


Straight from the HD Dawn yesterday.


Enjoy your Feb. cruise. We love the Dawn and hope the food quality is just as good as you always remembered it. Anything extra you need, Tony Lockett, the F & B mgr, is totally approachable and attentive.:D

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Jenni Pershouse' date=' another old favorite from the Dawn, has just arrived on the Jewel, taking over from David. :D[/quote']


That is great!!!

She has been on all 3 of the ships that I have cruised,

Sky, Dawn and now she will be on the Jewel!!!


Thanks for infor:D

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From what I understand as of today' date=' Ricky is due back on the Dawn Feb. 2nd.


BTW, shoreguy, looks like you & your group won't be having Linda after all.;)[/quote']


That is good news. The CD never makes or breaks a cruise for me. Ricky was on the one day and he will in fact add much more energy. I am sure there will those that have a problem with the change.


Linda is a professional just not my cup of tea. I was not looking forward to the CC meeting if she reads these boards.

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Yes I heard while we were on the Jewel that Mike was going to the Star as CD. Where will Kieron be going? Hope on some of our future ships we have booked as he is good and would love to sail with him again.


Just off the Star January 28, 2006 The CD was Darin Wyman and the ACD was Dmitri from Canada.


We talked to the Port and Cruise Consultant Martin and he advised us that Kieron Buffrey had resigned from NCL.:(

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Okay, now the above post is proof that NCL listens to their passengers...Dmitri from Canada was a host on the Sun last October. I wrote that he should definitely be promoted to cruise director...how about that? Looks like he is on his way! Kudos to him...he deserves it!



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Just off the Star January 28, 2006 The CD was Darin Wyman and the ACD was Dmitri from Canada.


We talked to the Port and Cruise Consultant Martin and he advised us that Kieron Buffrey had resigned from NCL.:(


Did you enjoy Darin?

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Okay, now the above post is proof that NCL listens to their passengers...Dmitri from Canada was a host on the Sun last October. I wrote that he should definitely be promoted to cruise director...how about that? Looks like he is on his way! Kudos to him...he deserves it!




See - I told you you were a very influential woman :D

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haha Shoreguy! Let's see if I can get the cold soups back on...now that would be influential! I see you are cruising again soon! Have a great trip! Check out the menus and see if it is true for all ships.


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haha Shoreguy! Let's see if I can get the cold soups back on...now that would be influential! I see you are cruising again soon! Have a great trip! Check out the menus and see if it is true for all ships.



Coka darling, be a dear and see if you can get it done quickly please. We're sailing on the 23rd! :D :D :D


BTW - I've never known you not to have a cruise planned, so ... what's next on the docket for you???

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haha Shoreguy! Let's see if I can get the cold soups back on...now that would be influential! I see you are cruising again soon! Have a great trip! Check out the menus and see if it is true for all ships.



I here they still have them but at lunch only:(

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I'm gonna swing back to the original topic for a moment...We might be a lot different than others on the boards, but who the Capt and Cruise Director (and staff) are isn't a big deal to us at all. I'm assuming that all the Captains are well qualified the make the cruise safe, and as to the CDs, well, the ones that seem to be the most loved are the ones that I consider over the top and annoying (sort of like high school cheerleaders ;) ). And even those I can usually tune out.


Now about that chilled soup! I'd rather have that than a peppy CD anyday.




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