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  1. I agree and applaud Regent's attempt to find a solution for hearing the guides on tours. I also agree that unless all participants on the tour can take advantage of the audio portion, this solution will not work. People mention being close to the guide to listen if you do not have a smartphone or are having issues connecting. The problem with this is when guides have an audio solution, they no longer talk in a loud voice, they speak in a conversational tone. Asking the guide to speak loudly and use the audio solution means those listening over their smartphones will be hearing yelling the whole time. Often tours are traversing through narrow spaces, are indoors, etc. and the group needs to spread-out, having the audio continue in my ear is what I expect. There is no way a person could always be beside the guide. I personally love the freedom an audio device brings to a tour - I no longer have to stare at the guide to hear what's being said - I can look around, linger for a moment, take photos, etc. and still benefit from the guide's information. One other issue that hasn't been brought up in this discussion is the need to be in airplane mode. Is this really a requirement or just an easy way to find the wireless network? When I travel I use my phone, - texting, email, etc. I still need to be available. Being in airplane mode means I'll be out of touch for the duration of the tour. There is no easy answer, but I would think that with the buying power of Norwegian Cruise Line Holding, LTD, purchasing units for all guests or requiring the companies they do business with to provide units, should be the focus.
  2. Hi all, sorry for the late reply but was offline for a day. Thanks for all the information. We decided to go for it and will post a review once completed. Thanks!
  3. Hi, curious if wind is a concern in the front angled balconies on the Explorer? For example 719, with the jut out is there a lot more wind on the balcony? Thinking about going for it but not sure if it would be as usable when the ship was moving. Thanks for any help.
  4. Dave - thanks for the photo. Looks like the regular amount of drawers.
  5. Slightly off topic but wondering if anyone onboard the Voyage right now could share a photo of the penthouse A or B closet? Wondering how many drawers are in the closet. Thanks!
  6. Thanks!! That's it. If Regent is reading, you may want to add this to the list of updates for the website. It's static information so it wouldn't need to be constantly updating. I know I find it informative and it helps tell the story of how great the guest to space/crew ratio is. It's kind of hidden where it is now. Or at least it was to me 🙂
  7. Seeing this page of the website reminds me of a question I have about where the page that had more information about the ships went. There used to be a link where you could see information about the size of the ships, the number of passengers and crew, the number of suites, etc.. Is this data available anywhere on the website anymore?
  8. You can have the tours emailed to you. The email you receive will have the current tours as well as their departure times. Log onto the Regent's site and search for your cruise, you don't need to be logged in to do this. On the itinerary page click the first port for the cruise. On the page that comes up, just above the Legend box, you should see the link Receive All Available Tours Via E-mail. Click that link, fill in your email address and click submit. It usually takes 5-10 minutes for the email to come.
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