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754 days.  We'll be on the Carnival Breeze on an 8 day southern Caribbean cruise out of Ft Lauderdale.  Half Moon Cay, Grand Turk, Bonaire, Aruba with 3 fun days at sea.  

 

It feels like an eternity but gives us something to look forward too.  We'll be cruising with my wife's parents and the cruise will be twice as long as our first cruise together on the Victory that only had two stops HMC and Nassau.  

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4 hours ago, MWBearFan said:

754 days.  We'll be on the Carnival Breeze on an 8 day southern Caribbean cruise out of Ft Lauderdale.  Half Moon Cay, Grand Turk, Bonaire, Aruba with 3 fun days at sea.  

 

It feels like an eternity but gives us something to look forward too.  We'll be cruising with my wife's parents and the cruise will be twice as long as our first cruise together on the Victory that only had two stops HMC and Nassau.  

You will absolutely love the Breeze! We just got off the Breeze on March 9. Fabulous ship! We are booked on a B2B on the Magic (Breeze sister ship) for a Southern Caribbean cruise in 383 days. So excited! 

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OK... asking for a friend!

 

I've seen this topic around for a looooong time and I just don't get the attraction.  Now, I'm not knocking it but just trying to understand the attraction of reading other people's number of days until they cruise.  At first I thought it was just a way for excited people to post something but curiosity got the better of me and I looked at a couple pages.  People are actually responding to other's comments.  That means that people are reading it too!

 

I'm a newb at this posting stuff so I'm just trying to figure out what's going on... for a friend of course.

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On 3/18/2019 at 10:33 AM, MWBearFan said:

754 days.  We'll be on the Carnival Breeze on an 8 day southern Caribbean cruise out of Ft Lauderdale.  Half Moon Cay, Grand Turk, Bonaire, Aruba with 3 fun days at sea.  

 

It feels like an eternity but gives us something to look forward too.  We'll be cruising with my wife's parents and the cruise will be twice as long as our first cruise together on the Victory that only had two stops HMC and Nassau.  

You have me beat. I thought 614 was a long time. First time I've ever booked this far in advance. 

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