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cruzysuzy

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About cruzysuzy

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About Me

  • Location
    Northeast Tennessee
  • Interests
    genealogy, cruising, reading
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Princess, Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska

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  1. By the same token a passenger could experience severe anxiety from the presence of a dog (took my son years to get over that) or could suffer from medically significant allergies to dogs.
  2. I cruised Alaska on the Solstice on May 8, 2015. For the life of me I cannot remember the name of the naturalist on board. I remember he did a dramatic presentation with audio-visuals on Alaska that gave me goosebumps and made me think he had some kind of acting background. His wife also did some presentations but he was the real star. Any ideas who he was?
  3. I've wondered if getting two coffees at one time might be a problem. As with all things Princess it probably will depend on the ship's staff.
  4. I copied the following from the Princess site: The package may be pre-purchased up to 4 days prior to boarding the vessel. The package is NOT available for pre-purchase within 3 days of sailing. The coffee package is valid only on the voyage for which it is purchased. If the maximum number of coffees pre-purchased are not used during the voyage, the remaining value will NOT be credited or refunded and is NOT transferable for any purpose. Coffee packages cannot be sold or otherwise transferred to any individual. Pre-purchased specialty coffees may be shared, but complimentary brewed coffee, teas and hot chocolate continue to be limited to the purchaser. My question is about the bolded/underlined statement. Does this mean a single purchase coffee package can be shared with another person? And does it mean that only pre-purchased coffee packages can be shared but not one purchased on board?
  5. While my favorite right now is the Regal Princess, I have a soft spot for the much smaller Sea Princess. I enjoy different Princess ships but seem to get stuck with the Caribbean Princess more than I would like. 🙁
  6. Take books/e-readers, puzzles, needlework projects, drawing equipment, etc. I did the round trip Vancouver to Hawaii but would love to do a longer sail.
  7. I had one of the Share dishes on the Emerald and was not impressed. Then again, I was not impressed by Celebrity's Murano and certainly not by its price.
  8. Princess site: Electrical devices such as small fans, power strips, multi plug box outlets/adaptors, and extension cords without surge protectors are allowed onboard when used with proper caution. However, if such devices are determined to pose a hazard they will be removed and returned the last day of the cruise prior to debark. It appears that the devil is in the details. Princess reserves the right to remove if they determine the cord is a hazard. So how do they decide that?
  9. But old posts I have read indicate that some cruisers do care.
  10. I have seen several posts in the past which mention the disappointing lack of an International Cafe on the Island Princess. Why would it be mentioned if it is not significant?
  11. I think many are disturbed by the lack of an International Cafe and Princess disinterest in finding a spot to put one in. There may be plenty of food on the Island Princess but what about the hours of availability?
  12. Though I thought the Chateaubriand I swiped from DH was very good, I was rather disappointed in my lobster and other selections. Except for the aforementioned beef DH was in agreement. And their fee is nearly double the other cruise lines' specialty restaurants.
  13. Definitely Celebrity! Their buffet is topnotch.
  14. The Island Princess may be getting some flak due to not having an International Cafe.
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