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  1. We've, very occasionally, called to report smokers. It was always handled quickly.
  2. Thanks to all who replied. Dinner and lunch are , apparently, all in the main dining room, so it comes down to slightly larger room, slightly nicer cocktail hour--looks like benefits are significantly less than on the larger ships.
  3. Other than a, slightly, larger cabin, are there any benefits to booking a suite on a non-Oasis class or non-Anthem class ship?
  4. Lots of hotels are converting to the big bottles now. Our last few stays have not had the little travel sizes.
  5. The crew truly loves him, and that means they love their jobs--that has an impact every day in everything you do. We've had lots of crew members tell us what a difference he makes in their lives, and they, of course, make a difference in ours. The fact that he's fun and interacts with the passengers makes it more fun, also. I would always choose his ship over another if it's possible to do so.
  6. I know, of course, that all Oasis class ships and Quantam class ships have Coastal Kitchen--are there any other ships that do?
  7. I'd skip Giovanni's--for us, it was simply "too heavy" for lunch. Additionally, there was only one other couple eating there when we were there, and we prefer a more "lively" atmosphere.
  8. We've easily changed white to red, so I imagine the opposite is true also. If asking your housekeeper doesn't work, ask (and take the bottle with you) at the Royal Caribbean representative's desk.
  9. Many thanks for the information--both ship and spelling. 🙂
  10. What ship is Captain Merrick commanding now?
  11. The O.P. said "no judgment," however, people do judge. The fact that more and more people are going to the main dining room in what they consider to be "nice casual," doesn't mean the other diners aren't judging those who wear shorts. The fact that Royal doesn't enforce a dress code by refusing the shorts wearers entry doesn't make wearing shorts an O.K. thing to do. In my opinion, deciding to "wear what is comfortable for you and ignore the guidelines that have been set down" is, yet another, example of selfishness.
  12. I can certainly understand your frustration. However, if you have already stated you have cancelled another cruise and won't use them again, what incentive do they have to even answer your letter? Your business is already going somewhere else; there is no point in trying to appease you.
  13. I suspect what one person is willing to pay to board his dog bears no resemblance to what another person is willing to pay: I'm quite certain some of the "comfort animals" provide more comfort because they aren't at home running up a bill.
  14. We've used Goportcanaveral.com and been totally pleased. You can book your hotel and transportation through them as a package or book just the shuttle. We found it less expensive to book the hotel ourselves and use them just for the shuttle.
  15. It's not uncommon for early dining to be full this far out. It may be that is what is causing the problem: no room to get you into early dining, so therefore, no way to enroll you in the children's program. Make the dining room your first stop when you board and get in line to make changes--you'll probably not have a problem.
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