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  1. So if I'm understanding correctly: Going southbound from Bay all the way to Cabo is fine. Going from Cabo to LA is fine. Going from LA further north is chop?
  2. Addendum: Anyone ever try to match IGH Platinum (acquirable from credit card), Wyndham Diamond (matchable from various hotel statuses), or Caesar's Diamond (matchable from Wyndham Diamond)?
  3. Ah...does that mean there were two Gold statuses submitted and one matched to Classic and the other to Silver? Any update as to what they matched you to?
  4. What I'm currently seeing is that flights in and out of LAX run somewhere between 100-190 per person, which sometimes results in a price differential that makes the flight cheaper, although there are still baggage fees and fuel surcharges to account for. The total trip time is somewhat similar due to needing to get to the airport early and also waiting to get out of the airport. On the other hand, driving down to LA incurs both a cost for parking/gas and also wear and tear on the car. Does leaving out of LA actually give you that much extra time in a port? From what I recall it's about an hour or two at most? Choppy waters along the Pacific from SD to Seattle is definitely something for us to think about. To what extent is that not the case from Cabo to LA?
  5. I'd argue that balconies are actually pretty good to have for Alaska cruises, where you can get good views of glaciers and such without having to push your way in front of lots of people (and also without a window in the way of good photos). So basically, it seems like balcony isn't completely necessary if there aren't places specifically known for "omg byootiful coastlines" and also if getting the occasional breath of fresh air isn't a hard need. We may try one of those for Mexican Riviera or Caribbean.
  6. Do you find that this 5% discount is generally better than whatever discounts/kickbacks/perks are obtained from using a booking portal or travel agent?
  7. Hi Caribill, could you share with us how you came by the valuations for how many cents/share a, b, c, and d should actually be worth? Probably going in on another 50 shares to make my 100 soon.
  8. If we are looking at the luxury lines, Seabourn awards levels based on days sailed. 140 to get to a complimentary cruise. http://staging.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/seabourn/clubpointsbenefits2017/stage.php?device=accessible https://www.seabourn.com/en_US/faq.about.904.html
  9. Current close at 46.63. Any bets as to whether it'll continue sinking?
  10. I notice that some of the itineraries have airfare included, just wondering if that's from anywhere or only if you are flying from the UK?
  11. Quick question for those of you who've used it before: "anyone cruising on a reduced-rate or complimentary basis are excluded from this offer." What is considered a reduced-rate offer? If I book through some third part site that also promises some rebate or OBC, or during a sale/promo, does that mean the OBC is no longer available?
  12. Quick question for those of you who've used it before: "anyone cruising on a reduced-rate or complimentary basis are excluded from this offer." What is considered a reduced-rate offer? If I book through some third part site that also promises some rebate or OBC, or during a sale/promo, does that mean the OBC is no longer available?
  13. Currently trading at a little over 48/share. Debating jumping in on it (already have 50 shares from other points in time).
  14. Currently trading at a little under $48/share, for those interested.
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