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4 hours ago, luckyinpa said:


i meant the pic of vegas. i miss it.


re: the pad im always looking for new experiences so i hope this is one

You can see for miles and miles from the top deck as opposed to being at almost sea level on the helipad.   On a clear day you can see Vegas.  🤗


another con about the helipad is it is at the front of the ship and you only get to the see what is ahead of you, mostly water  once past the dock area.   At the rear on a top deck you can constantly see the port and land area.    Pulling into the port would be a better view at the front.   

Happy cruising 🌊🚢🇺🇸🌅

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We were in an ocean view cabin last week on Summit and were invited to the helipad for the the Sail Away from St. Thomas. I would say there were about 100 others and we were offered sparkling wine or juice. This was only our third sailing with Celebrity so yes "normal" folk are also sometimes invited. We enjoyed it and appreciated the invite.

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