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9 hours ago, Nemanoxer said:

 

That might make the experience better, at least for me personally.

 

I am seriously planning to leave big ships, no matter how good they are. And that is mainly because I do not see any sense in competing with hundreds of people about the best bites at like 7 in the morning when, for the same price, I could travel on a small luxury cruise ship like let´s say Silversea and have my breakfast in a relatively relaxed manner.

 

Besides the shore excursion disembarkation chaos that keeps happening on big ships, that breakfast stress is my main issue with big ships. No, I do not want to have breakfast alone in my stateroom, thanks for the hint (if anybody was about to...). 

 

With those high ceilings, the whole matter might seem a little more spacious and, with that, somewhat more... Well... Relaxed overall. Sorry for being unclear, massive headache today.

 

 

 

I hope your headache is better.  Have you tried a suite on Celebrity?  It is pretty relaxing to have breakfast in Luminae.  It might be less expensive than going for a small luxury line but of course it is your buying choice.

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3 hours ago, kearney said:

VT, something else to add to your list of things to checkout. I know that the Oasis had a plug for cpap...under the bed. I wonder if they have done something like that on Edge. This would avoid a tripping hazard. 

 

Ship is looking good. Can't wait.

I added it to the list! :classic_smile:

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2 minutes ago, hcat said:

Cool! Will be heading there on Nov 27th playing that tune, unless I can talk someone into letting me see it on the 25th. Hopefully the Magic Bus will be there!! 🚌✌️

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16 minutes ago, gottacruisemore said:

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They are missing a great opportunity to make some extra money!  We would all pay to ride with them in the flotilla!  Maybe they are concerned about the potential danger/liability of having passengers with so many boats in that area?  

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4 minutes ago, beachbunny6 said:

They are missing a great opportunity to make some extra money!  We would all pay to ride with them in the flotilla!  Maybe they are concerned about the potential danger/liability of having passengers with so many boats in that area?  

 

that would be my guess. i'm not really familiar with this kind of thing, but i saw the invitation to boaters. so, a lot of for profit boats might take extra caution considering all the "looky-loos" and potential for disaster. but who knows, this can't be the first time they've done this with new boats.

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9 hours ago, Bo1953 said:

 

It most likely will be pulled off without incident, maybe a few close calls, nothing major!

 

Just think of the TV coverage.. just great shots from the air as well as from shore...

 

bon voyage

Bo, I agree with you as South Florida is packed with crazy boaters

 

hopefully we can see it on tv

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