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Hi, Do you happen to have any of the daily activity papers, "Fun Times"

 

Sorry to hear about your friend! I hope she is doing better

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Hello,

 

We leave out of PR, in a few weeks 🙂 need to know what nights are "formal" nights?  Thanks in advance.

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On 6/27/2019 at 11:07 AM, NCbmwmom said:

What nights are formal nights?

Technically, there are no formal nights; they are now known as "Elegant" nights.

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Last two cruises on the Fascination," Elegant"  nights were Tuesday and Thursday.   That was sea day and St.Lucia.  Now that the itinerary has changed and the sea day is the last day on Saturday it will be interesting to see if the "Elegant" night changes also.

 

When is your cruise and what day is your sea day?

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On 5/8/2019 at 2:04 PM, LittleYiaYia said:

Yes,  this ship does have a laundry room (or more than one).   My deck plans show a laundry on  deck 7 forward and deck 6 aft.  If you don't want to do your own, they offer a special :  all you can stuff into the laundry bag for $15.00.  Good for whites and underwear, they wash everything in hot water. 

I can’t find them on any deck plans. Exactly where is it on deck 6?

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On my deck plans pocket map it shows right before the aft elevators on the port side.  It looks like stateroom U165 is the last one before the elevators and the laundry room is right after that room.  They have a small pocket map that you can pick up at guest services when you board. 

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You should also be able to google Fascination deck plans and be able to see all the decks. There are multiple sites that do ship deck plans.

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I put up a post up about the Fascination yesterday, im just seeing this for the first time. Any tips for Barbados or St. Lucia for someone traveling with a toddler? Never been to either port. 

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2 minutes ago, matymil said:

I put up a post up about the Fascination yesterday, im just seeing this for the first time. Any tips for Barbados or St. Lucia for someone traveling with a toddler? Never been to either port. 

I'd suggest you check the Ports of Call Boards . Quite informative. 

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On 12/27/2019 at 10:20 PM, matymil said:

I put up a post up about the Fascination yesterday, im just seeing this for the first time. Any tips for Barbados or St. Lucia for someone traveling with a toddler? Never been to either port. 

 

I would just do a beach day in barbados.  There are a lot of great beach clubs that are kid friendly.   

 

St Lucia - i don't have a recommendation there but i would check the port boards.  They should have some good options.

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I agree about the Beach Clubs in Barbados.  The Boatyard is our favorite.  Your toddler should be free.  Be sure to get there early to get an umbrella for shade.

 

In St. Lucia most excursions are not geared for families with small children ( long bus rides, boat rides, adventure excursions, etc.)   I would recommend a beach here also.  We go to Viggie Beach.  Not crowded, they rent chairs and umbrellas, lots of food and beverage choices and best of all, very few vendors.  The taxi's at port will try to steer you to a different beach, just be firm and insist on Viggie.  It is very near the airport but we never hear much plane noise. 

 

Have a great cruise!!!

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On 12/27/2019 at 10:20 PM, matymil said:

I put up a post up about the Fascination yesterday, im just seeing this for the first time. Any tips for Barbados or St. Lucia for someone traveling with a toddler? Never been to either port. 

We did the Harrison Caves excursion in Barbados. It was spectacular.

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On 12/30/2019 at 1:17 PM, LittleYiaYia said:

I agree about the Beach Clubs in Barbados.  The Boatyard is our favorite.  Your toddler should be free.  Be sure to get there early to get an umbrella for shade.

 

In St. Lucia most excursions are not geared for families with small children ( long bus rides, boat rides, adventure excursions, etc.)   I would recommend a beach here also.  We go to Viggie Beach.  Not crowded, they rent chairs and umbrellas, lots of food and beverage choices and best of all, very few vendors.  The taxi's at port will try to steer you to a different beach, just be firm and insist on Viggie.  It is very near the airport but we never hear much plane noise. 

 

Have a great cruise!!!

Thanks so much. We will check out the beach clubs thank you! 

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