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rfkeith10

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About rfkeith10

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  • Location
    San Bernardino, California
  • Interests
    Auto Racing, cruising
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Princess, NCL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    St. Maarten

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  1. Until recently, Cruise Critic boards had a tab which consisted of the login name for all of it's members. Does that still exist somewhere?
  2. Looking forward to Sharing your trip with you. We have booked a forward facing haven penthouse suite on the Bliss in October. Want to hear about your Haven experiences. Have a great cruise... Ray
  3. When the EV Rider is collapsed ( two steps), it can be rolled into any standard cabin. .I have balance issues so I do need some assistance in collapsing the scooter...
  4. So glad I could be of some help. Remember, do some independent research before making a final decision. If you have access to YouTube you should be able to find some videos on the scooter. When and where are you headed for your next cruise? We are coming to an end of our cruising adventures after 21 cruises. The last one is in October on the NCL Bliss in October. Getting old sucks!!!
  5. You are 100% correct when you state there is a ton of data and different folding scooters on the market. I purchased a folding scooter about 3 years ago from a TV shopping network. It's called an EVRider. It folds and unfolds in a matter of seconds. It is about 70 lbs. with the battery and about 56 lbs. without the battery. The scooter is TSA friendly and I ride it up to the top of the jetway and fold it and the ground crew secures it in the luggage area of the aircraft. I have used my scooter on several vacations to include cruises. I don't know what the advertised battery life is but I have used it at Disneyland and Sea World without recharging. I have used it on cobblestones and other uneven surfaces. The scooter handles those surfaces adequately but it is a bit bumpy and you have to hold on to the control wheel. The EVRider is sold at several online stores as well as brick and mortar stores. I would completely recommend it but you have to research it to see if it meets your needs. I'm going to TRY and attach a couple pictures of mine...
  6. The DOS is a very nice suite. I don't know how many folks are traveling with you but perhaps the sofa in the living room makes out into a bed. Hope you have a wonderful cruise... Ray
  7. When we sailed on the Epic, all DOS cabins had only 1 bedroom. There are 2-bedroom suites in the Haven...
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