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3 hours ago, soremekun said:

Picture I took while onboard Anthem in August this year.

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Harmony is not doing that anymore. 

 

Pinnacle is Gold

Sky is Blue, go figure

Star is Maroon

 

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I think Sea is Green

This was in August

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On 8/4/2017 at 9:39 AM, A&L_Ont said:

There has even been a difference in Star Class cards. The one on the left is more black than the one on the right. The to lights helps to show the difference but also added a bit of glare but I think the colour difference shows.

 

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What does the O in front of My Time dining mean? We’ll be doing My Time in March for the first time ever. 

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I was writing an article on SeaPass cards for the site, which is how I ended up on this page. I e-mailed Royal to have them verify, and this is what they sent back. There are some on here I didn't know anything about and thought you all might find it interesting also.

 

"Below are the colors for our Sea Pass cards. 

 

1.       Royal Caribbean light blue SeaPass card: All non-Suite staterooms

2.       Royal Caribbean silver SeaPass card (sometimes looks white or pearlescent): Suites on Freedom, Voyager, Radiance and Vision class ships, as well as Majesty and Empress of the Seas

3.       Royal Caribbean gold SeaPass card (sometimes looks yellow): Pinnacle Club

4.       Royal Caribbean sky blue SeaPass card: Royal Suite Class Sky Level (Oasis, Quantum and Quantum Ultra class)

5.       Royal Caribbean burgundy SeaPass card (sometimes looks black): Royal Suite Class Star Level (Oasis, Quantum and Quantum Ultra class)

6.       Royal Caribbean seafoam green SeaPass card: Royal Suite Class Sea Level (Oasis, Quantum and Quantum Ultra class)

7.       Royal Caribbean orange SeaPass card: Interporting (when we embark guests in two ports of call during a sailing) 

8.       Royal Caribbean beige SeaPass Card: Royal Premier (China)"

 

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