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hvbaskey

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    Environment, Conservation, Photography, Travel
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    Celebrity
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    Southern Hemisphere
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  1. A "Statistics" tab has been added within the CELEBRITY MOVE UP TRACKER It is located beside the "Offers" (primary tab). It will be fine-tuned over the weekend, but as a "preview": Of 71 participants who placed a bid and reported the outcome - 75% were successful (moved up!). hvbaskey - Move Up Tracker Admin
  2. I will add your comments to your entry in the spreadsheet; but will not be adding a column to collect information on what people spend on board - for most cruisers, that is a private issue.
  3. Ship: Summit Length of Cruise: 10 days (Lesser Antilles - Caribbean) Cruise Sail Date: January 4, 2020 Date email offer received: November 5, 2019 Captain’s Club Tier: Elite Booked through Celebrity Direct OR via TA: Celebrity Direct Current Cabin: Oceanview Deck 2 Bid? Yes/No: Yes If YES - Bidding Details: Cabin Category: Aqua Class, Concierge, Family Veranda, and Veranda Bid Offer (CAD $): AQ $345 pp, CC $225 pp, FV $225 pp, Veranda $125 pp. Notification Date: pending Accepted / Rejected: Comments: Minimum Offers (CAD $): AQ $330 pp; Concierge $195 pp; Family Veranda $195 pp; Veranda $105 pp
  4. Sometimes you need to scroll back a page or two ... To view the M-Class Spreadsheet: CLICK HERE!
  5. Eclipse CABIN # 1063 DECK # (3-14) 10 CATEGORY: 7-12, 1A-1C, 2A-2D, A1-A2, C1-C3, CS, FV, PS, RF, RS, S1-S2, SG, SV C3 LOCATION ON SHIP: Port (left), Starboard (right), Bow (front), Stern (back) or Inside and Forward, Midship (between the forward and aft elevators), or Aft (For example: Port-Midship, Bow-Forward or Inside-Aft) Port Forward BED NEAR (Bath, Balcony, Window, N/A) Bath QUIET? (Yes/No/Usually) Yes BALCONY VIEW (Good, Great, Obstructed?) Great BALCONY SIZE (Standard, Oversized, Other) Standard WIND A PROBLEM? (Yes/No/Sometimes) No SOOT A PROBLEM? (Yes/No/Sometimes) No PROBLEMS/COMMENTS (Explain all Noise (including crew door issues), Wind and Soot Problems here, plus all comments and information regarding things like connecting or accessible cabins) Very quiet cabin in convenient forward location (near the elevators / stairs). Would book again. PICTURES (Attach pictures in your review) DATE OF CRUISE AND "REVOLUTION" COMMENTS October 13, 2019 - Pacific Coastal
  6. CELEBRITY MOVE UP TRACKER updated November 8, 2019 up to post #124
  7. Thank you for your very kind words. Yes, we were starboard (land facing). We had great views, however going through the Chilean Fjords / Magellan Strait - you will have land on both sides. As well, the best views I had was on the promenade deck (able to switch sides easy enough) and the Oceanview Buffet/Bar outdoor area (aft facing) where many birds were diving into the wake.
  8. CELEBRITY MOVE UP TRACKER - Last Revision: August 24, 2019 (up to and including Post #87)
  9. This board is for collecting data only (please do not post questions / comments here); there are several other message threads on the Celebrity Board for that purpose. With appreciation to keep this thread “free from noise” [ie., data collection, only], Tracker Keeper, Heather
  10. @DiamondDiva - I don't mind at all! quite appreciative of your kind words. Hope others find it helpful as well. Heather
  11. Thank you for the very kind words. Very nice to hear that you enjoyed the read.
  12. Thank you for your very kind words! Jelena (Mickey's wife) is the best for setting up any private excursions you are interested in. I would highly recommend reaching out to her.
  13. Story and loads of photos now added to the Hubbard Page 🙂 https://baskeytravels.com/hubbard-glacier/
  14. I believe they did open the Helipad for Hubbard day. We were graciously invited to spend time with new friends in the Penthouse for Hubbard viewing, which was in a nutshell, a private half-helipad with amazing views. We were very thankful for the opportunity to not only spend time with new friends, but to view the Hubbard from such an outstanding location. The Millennium was refurbished in 2019 and I do not recall benches being on the helipad when we sailed on her in 2017 and had a sail-in to Thailand in the same location (helipad). It's a really nice touch! I hope to finish the Hubbard post this weekend. Many more photos to share, with the story that goes along with them 🙂
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