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Scotty G

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    Florida's Space Coast
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    Royal Caribbean and Celebrity
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    Southern Caribbean

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  1. John is headed to Grandeur. He got off with us Thursday.
  2. Breakfast in Chops from 7:30 until 9:00 for D+ and above and Suite Guests. We disembarked this morning and they had breakfast starting at 7:00 until 8:30. There was a full blown Top Tier event with Captain Shawn at the helm and JD as the Hotel Director. The Loyalty Ambassador was highly visible and accommodating during our cruise!
  3. We often do B2B short cruises out of Port Canaveral as do many of our friends. Some do several B2B2B in succession.
  4. We cruise to Nassau several times a year and visit friends developed over time in our favorite restaurant! We have never experienced unfriendliness - to the contrary folks are always friendly and courteous!
  5. Nordic Empress aka Empress of the Seas was the first cruise ship with a 2 deck Dining Room. You probably recall that John.
  6. I have seen members with pin collections on baseball caps and casual purses/bags.
  7. The main purpose of the Muster Drill is to have those assigned to a particular Lifeboat go through the process that they would be required to do in an emergency. That means reporting to the assigned Muster Station. In the event of an emergency it is imperative that the procedures followed at the drill be followed and folks report to their assigned Muster Station since that is where they will be directed to their assigned Lifeboat and issued life-vests. There will only be seating in a lifeboat for the number assigned by the plan to which the US Coast Guard has approved. Muster Station assignments are fixed based on cabin/stateroom assignment.
  8. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Y1sJDu551laXcrsc2U0mXXjYoEWRXw2LPrdpzyAvTU0/edit#gid=0
  9. Ordering Indian foods is relatively easy due to the large contingent of staff from there. My wife has often asked for and received beryani.
  10. and the LIfe Boats. Muster stations that are in Dining Rooms or the Theater do not gave life jackets there. They will be by the lifeboats.
  11. Just of Mariner and scooters were in Boleros for Muster. It did get crowded so we went early to ensure having a place to sit for the care giver. Scooters were kind of lined up on the small dance floor. When we got to Boleros my wife went to the Muster Station to sign us in. They also had a Muster Crew Member going around Boleros scanning folks SeaPass cards for those who did not check in at their Muster Station.
  12. Just off B2B on Mariner. Diamond Club barman was asking for Cabin number when ordering the first round. Also was using a shot glass to record amount of booze provided. I was getting Glenfidich and he was pouring doubles without me requesting them.
  13. One of the things I observed while in the roped off area of the VCL on MJ was that folks in a situation like yours were able to sit outside the roped off area and the Diamond member could get a drink from the bar-staff inside the area.
  14. From my knowledge SeaPass cards have always been made on the ship and only distributes by the Check In agents. Have been in the Concierge Lounge many times when the Concierge was working on sorting the next cruise SeaPass cards.
  15. Letter from the Prime Minister of the Bahamas:
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