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  1. I believe this video speaks to some of the newly released guidelines but it doesn't cover everything..video source link below..
  2. New red, white & blue hull design for Carnival Cruise Line ships...I love it!..What do you guys think? https://carnival-news.com/2021/05/05/carnival-cruise-line-announces-new-red-white-and-blue-hull-design-across-fleet/
  3. I looked up our past cruises. We did the 8 day in 2006 and 2009 on the Spirit..Great ship! Must have been out of San Diego too. What was the 9 day itinerary?..Do you remember?
  4. For now I would just look at the deck plans. That's all we really have to go by at this point. Hope you cruise sails..How exciting!
  5. If interested..Two youtube live feeds from cruise vloggers..link below
  6. I did see that. I think that's what also got me thinking about Carnival mixing things up a bit and giving the west coast more options.
  7. The weather in Alaska can be unpredictable. Swimsuits don't weigh much so I would bring one. You can always go in the spa if the pool is too cold. I saw people in the spa out on deck and there's also one in the gym.
  8. I would assume so, but nothing is for sure until sailings begin again.
  9. It's been awhile, but some of you may remember when Carnival had the 8-day Exotic Mexico Itinerary. There were 3 port stops. Acapulco, Manzanillo and Zihuatenejo. A travel vlogger I follow is down in that area of Mexico right now. I couldn't believe it when I saw he is there. It got me daydreaming and wondering if Carnival could possibly start sailing the 8-day Exotic Mexico itinerary again..possibly on the Panorama? We are so lacking for itineraries on the west coast. Please, Carnival, Please consider going back further south in Mexico! I think it would just be so amazing to have
  10. If you look at the Spirit deck plan you will notice that the mid ship extended balcony cabins are set in or don't stick out as much as the regular balcony cabins. This does help with the wind during sailing in our experience. From a mid ship extended balcony, you won't be looking straight down to the water, but instead to the lifeboats below and from side to side you will see cabins that jet out and not a straight line of sight to the front and back of the ship. There are some extended balcony cabins on deck 5 at the front of the ship, which are not over the lifeboats
  11. If you're not able to stay at the Queen Mary, Google Long Beach stay and cruise hotels. There's quite a few that offer specials and will shuttle you to and from the cruise terminal. We were going to stay at a hotel right by the Long Beach Airport that had a great offer...can't remember the name. We sailed the Panorama for two weeks back to back just prior to the shutdown. She's a beautiful ship! Mazatlan has a beautiful Cathedral near the town square. There's a nice area to shop and relax in the port area. When you step off the ship, there's a free little trolley train that will ta
  12. We loved the Pride and her crew. Have you ever sailed the Pride or another Spirit class ship? Great deck plan, one of our favorite class of ships. I wouldn't worry about being confined. Personally, I think we're way past that happening at this point. We know so much more than we did about the virus a year ago. We have multiple treatments and vaccines. RCL's President said recently that they've sailed 100,000 guests with only 10 cases and that was without vaccines. Ships have been sailing safely in Europe and Asia. It's time to start living life again.
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