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  1. I have been on several different Carnival ships that stayed over night in Nassau, most recently a few weeks ago on Liberty. The casino is always open at night while the ship is still docked in Nassau.
  2. From what I have been told, a lot has to do with each ship and how they are wired/configured. For example, Liberty only has the ability to show 4 different games at the same time In the sports bar while Miracle was able to show every Sunday game when we cruised on her.
  3. The one exception I mentioned (Horizon) we booked a spa balcony some time in early 2017 for around $3000. By the time October 2018 came around the price was down to around $2400. That is a perfect example of what you said about new ships and balconies.
  4. The time and location is usually listed in Fun Times. You can get a copy of one at Guest Sevices as soon as you board the ship.
  5. From my experience the earlier you book, the lower the price. Most of our cruises on Carnival have been booked using ES. With one exception (Horizon in 2018), the price of every cruise has gone up, some significantly higher.
  6. My experience is the same as yours. Carnival is great when it comes to showing NFL games, not very good showing college football games.
  7. Saunas are free in both the men’s and women’s locker rooms. Everything else requires access to the thermal suite.
  8. The last two years we did Christmas cruises and bowl games were shown almost every day of the week, with the exception of Christmas Day. What makes you think this year will be different?
  9. I have a bet (just beer nothing too serious) with a friend and long time Carnival cruiser who doesn’t think Panorama will last two years on the West coast. I think it will last longer than that for several reasons. Time will tell.
  10. As others have stated, it all depends on how much you drink every day. If my wife didn’t drink, I would never buy Cheers on an 8 day cruise. But what wouldn’t work for us financially may work well for you.
  11. We got 3 extra days on Liberty a few months ago and had a great time on the extra days.
  12. Yes, but it is usually not held on 4 day cruises.
  13. I said the exact same thing about a different Magic cruise and got suspended for 4 days. Hopefully your experience will be different.
  14. Under the current milestone program, you get an OBC of 25%, 50%, and 75% of your cruise fare when you reach your 25th, 50th and 75th cruise. The OBC can be used on a cruise you choose. As others have stated in this thread it is best to use the OBC on a longer, more expensive cruise. When you reach your 100th cruise, you get a free cruise, as opposed to getting an OBC of 100%.
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