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Maleficent's Dad

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About Maleficent's Dad

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Northeast USA
  • Interests
    Family, Disney, travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Disney
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Anywhere in Alaska!

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  1. My own children went through this process this past summer. They both took some trips before they were 18, and then the summer they were both of age. After we got off of the Epic in Barcelona, only then did their status show up. They both now have their status and their points to use.
  2. We were on Epic in Mediterranean in July. Boarded in Barcelona. We were (literally) the second in line to guest services, and the person ahead of us wasn't interested in Posh passes. The desk politely told us that they didn’t have any Posh passes for sale. I don’t know if the area was “full” from the Rome boarding, or if they just weren’t selling them. We couldn’t obtain them under ideal circumstances in July. However, Spice on the Epic is fabulous, combined with the Thermal Spa, we didn’t really care about not getting Posh.
  3. Wow, 7:30? That’s early for boarding! Maybe in from long air travel?
  4. Cannes, France is the only tender port if Western Mediterranean.
  5. Southwest flies direct from ROC to MCO.
  6. We sailed out of Barcelona this past July. We had a fabulous time. Read here for the review.
  7. We sailed on the Epic in July and had a fabulous experience. Three balcony rooms, one inside single room, seven people, and everyone loved their trip. We had 2 seniors in their 70’s, two college aged kids, and three middle aged adults. As most have stated, there are some design flaws, but that hardly ruined any aspect of the trip! I have to admit we loved the thermal spa, and Spice H2O is excellent on the Epic! Read here for our review. Have a great cruise!
  8. We sailed the Epic in July on the Med. It was great. Review here: The Epic Review
  9. Great pictures! We’re missing Alaska’s majestic beauty, so your pics bring us back. Also loving the dailies (etc) for the Bliss as we’ll sail her in April.
  10. Friends are sailing with us on the Bliss this spring. Is non-alcoholic beer available on board? One of our friends doesn’t drink alcohol, but will drink O’Douls or Heineken Zero, stuff like that. Also, would it be covered by the PBP? TIA
  11. We’re 7 nights on the Bliss in the spring. Here’s a screenshot for our upgrade price. Kids (21 & 19) will want the upgrade. I don’t care so much...
  12. Okay, I’ll bite - what’s the “mini-beer” reference? The best I could guess is “micro brew?” As in, craft beers? 🍺 Genuinely interested!!!
  13. We recently added a 3 meal package, exactly as BirdTravels said so we’d have 6 specialty dining nights. DW isn’t a fan of the MDR’s for dinner. Going on the Bliss, so we’ll be able to try almost all the specialty restaurants.
  14. Thank you for coming back and reporting. Glad to read that all went smoothly for you! DW is thinking we should do this in February (out of Manhattan on the Bliss). I’m on the fence...
  15. Thanks for all who responded above! You're all very helpful! 🙇‍♂️🙇‍♂️ On Friday night (Saturday morning), I logged onto NCL and was able to get dining reservations for 8 people for 6 specialty dining restaurants. We're going to have to try to adjust the times, as some of them aren't exactly what we hoped for, but we're "in," and my family & friends will be happy. Just a tip, when all the restaurants are listed, it often said, "too early to book." If you click on that restaurant for "more info," you'll be able to book once the info page comes up. Here's a picture of what I mean:
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