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Rumpymuffin

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    Hinsdale, IL (suburban Chicago)
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    Amazara & Oceania

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  1. Thanks, Lyn. I've emailed Jenn in Administration. Do you happen to know if help@cruisecritic.com is the correct email address?
  2. This is the way an Oceania roll call is SUPPOSED to look, but many of them don't. That's what I think needs fixing. Thanks to all those who replied for their suggestions. Marina Roll Call - February 24, 2020 24 members View Roll Call View Discussion Sponsored links
  3. Does anyone know how to format the Oceania roll calls so they are visible when you click on "Find My [Name of Ship] Roll Call"? Right now the roll calls are a hodgepodge of ships and sailings in no particular order, and the roll calls themselves (the lists of those sailing) are missing. In the past, when you clicked on "Find My [Name of Ship] Roll Call," the cruises would be listed in chronological order, making them easy to find. Maybe the Oceania moderator, if we have one, can help. Other suggestions?
  4. Have the new (reduced) benefits for the various Oceania Club levels been announced yet? If so, please send me a link to the descriptions. I've searched but haven't been able to find them on the O website. Thanks much.
  5. Hi Dan, Would that were true! I typed in the flight number (AA 973) on Seat Guru, and it says the plane is a Boeing 777-200. It also says the Boeing 777-200 has two layouts -- one with Premium Economy and Main Cabin Extra, the other with Main Cabin Extra only. Unfortunately, it doesn't specify which version will lbe flying from O'Hare (ORD) to Rio (GIG) on February 11, 2020. It does mention that Layout 1 -- the one with no Premium Economy -- is the most common version. So it's not looking good, on that flight at least
  6. Many thanks to all of you who responded to my original post. You cool cruisers are a fount of helpful information and experiences! Thanks to you, I've begun researching DIY options for flying premium economy on a multicity trip from O'Hare to Rio and back to Chicago from Buenos Aires. Google Flights was new to me, and I've found it helpful. Those of you who cautioned that one airline's premium economy isn't necessarily the same as another airline's premium economy were right on; I've discovered such Premium Economy wannabes as Comfort Plus (Delta) and Main Cabin Extra (American). Complicating my decision is the fact that tbe Boeing 777-200 (AA 973 from O'Hare to Rio) has two different layouts. Layout 2 has real Premium Economy, while layout 1 has only Main Cabin Extra. I'm going to call American and see if they can shed any light on the situation. Thanks again for sharing your expertise!
  7. My DH and I hope to join the Radiant Rhythms cruise from Rio to Buenos Aires in February 2020 -- that is, if premium economy airfare or its equivalent is available. According to our travel agent, which specializes in alumni cruises, this involves submitting a custom air request, which costs $175 per person plus the cost of the upgrade. Have any of you flown premium economy to South America? What was the extra cost, and was it worth it in your opinion? Did the application process go smoothly? Is there anything I should know before submitting a custom air request? Thanks in advance for sharing your experience.
  8. +1. The Negresco isn't cheap, but it's a great experience.
  9. Thanks, Lyn. The blue dot works the first time you click on it, but disappears on subsequent visits. Maybe it needs to be clicked only once.
  10. I wonder if there's a way to sort the posts so that the most recent comes up first.
  11. Azamara now allows you to do this, too. It would be a really great additional amenity, wouldn't it? :D
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