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  1. We just got the notice that Freeport will be replaced with a Sea Day. This is no surprise but I wonder if we'll get a credit for port fees.
  2. We are doing a quick three day on the Mariner of the Seas for my sisters birthday. I want to surprise her and the family with dinner at one of the specialty restaurants. There will be six adults. Which one should I do?
  3. Does anyone know why Mariner's itinerary changed from day 2 being the Coco Cay day to day 4? I specifically made sure that it was going to be the only ship scheduled to be at the island before booking it as our honeymoon cruise. Now prices for cabanas and other things have went even higher at Coco Cay and we apparently get to be there the same day as Grandeur.
  4. I can't seen to find a link on website cruise planner to see what shows are on board or how to reserve seating. Anyone with info or tips?
  5. Is there a restaurant/cafe on Mariner that makes the same sandwiches as the Park Cafe on Harmony/Allure/Oasis❓ I just got off of Harmony exactly two weeks ago and I think I’m addicted to the Turkey Panini ❗️I’m getting hungry just thinking about having one‼️
  6. Does the Mariner have a lunch for suites and Pinnacles in Chops or the dining room on embarkation day?
  7. Sailing on Sept 20 , does anyone know the itinerary . I've called and the person I talked to didn't seem too sure, is Freeport open for business ?
  8. Has anyone done chefs table on Mariner? Any details would be appreciated, such as location on the ship, recent wine pairings, menu, etc. Tried searching and couldn't find anything.
  9. Four days till our cruise - finally! Is Mariner is one of the ships that you can get to the helicopter pad? Also, I saw some pictures on Cruise Critic of a bridge-viewing area, but I can't find it on the deck plans. Is there such a thing and if so, how do you get to it?
  10. Can someone provide who the CD will be Nov 25th on Mariner?
  11. Can I use iMessge on Mariner without purchasing Voom?
  12. Now that there are no sea days are the slot machines in the casino on the Mariner even open during the morning or afternoon?
  13. Hi there, We are a large group traveling December 2020 with kiddos ranging from age 4 to 16... I am concerned with what i am reading as far as wait time for the new water slides...ie. limited mats/wait time etc...' Is this a much less concern/problem on the Mariner? The slides look more thrilling on the navigator but navigator doesnt have the cool looking sky/jump pad. I am curious which ship people prefer in general and as per slides/sky pad...thanks so much. We would be first time RCL cruisers.
  14. Hi All, We are cruising in suite 9394 next month on the Mariner of the seas and I was wondering if there are any perks that come along with that room on the ship?
  15. We are in a JS that is supposed to be leaving on Monday. I would not be surprised if it were delayed though. We currently have room 1358 on deck 10. It is located on the side towards the aft. A few different rooms have opened up in the same category and I was thinking about seeing if one was better. I’m assuming after the hurricane it still may be choppy water but I’m not sure. Room number 1106 has opened up which is one of the six rooms on the 11th deck, Which seemed pretty cool. A room also opened up on the seventh deck aft but I think that one has a partially obstructed view but a larger balcony. What would you choose?
  16. Can someone who has recently sailed confirm the minimum age to do the escape room is 12? It was 14 a few months ago but online it now says 12.
  17. Does anyone know which dining room(s) have the my time dining? I know the dining rooms are on decks 3, 4, and 5. We are sailing next Friday. Thanks for your help.
  18. My family of four is on one of the first 4-Day Mariner sailings (September 30th) stopping at Coco Cay twice as announced last week. I've been monitoring the Cruise Planner to see if there were any paid activities/excursions any of us might like to experience, and before the announcement was looking at a price of around $50.99/person for the Thrill Waterpark and $60 or so for the Zipline prior to the announcement of 2 stops during the cruise. However, once an additional stop at the island was announced, suddenly the pricing for the second stop (the original stop before the itinerary was updated) has skyrocketed for those activities (e.g. Thrill Waterpark is $89 and the Zipline is $119). Yet, the same activities for the first stop, which was originally intended to be a sea day, is still at the more reasonable rates ($47.99 for the waterpark and $70.99 for ziplining). Would the difference in pricing be to persuade passengers to consider the first stop over the second now that there are two? Is it some form of crowd control? Could there be another ship in port at the same time, or what? Royal's pricing system makes no sense to me but I would like to know why there's a difference if someone could help maybe explain it.
  19. There are sandwiches at embarkation, and Leo is the DL concierge.
  20. Hi there! We just booked our first Royal Caribbean cruise and I’m very excited!! It will be me, my husband, and my two sons in a Grand Suite. My mom and step dad booked an ocean view room. My question is this...if our bookings are “linked”, can my parents sit with us at shows, restaurants, etc that have suite perks or will we have to split up (or I sacrifice the perks)? As an alternative, would buying The Key for my parents alleviate this issue? Thanks in advance for any help for what I’m sure is a dumb question.
  21. From a FB post just a few minutes ago : Royal Caribbean announced it will begin offering select sailings that visit Perfect Day at CocoCay twice, along with late night stays. Beginning September 30, 2019, Royal Caribbean will offer 4-night itineraries to the private island destination across nearly 40 sailings. Three exclusive cruises also make their debut today. In addition, three one-of-a-kind cruises with late-night visits to the island will be offered on Navigator of the Seas. Travelers of all ages will have the chance to extend the excitement long after the sun sets with traditional Bahamian-inspired activities, including a Junkanoo Jam Up Party, an island barbeque and performances by a calypso band and fire dancers, topped off with unforgettable farewell fireworks before setting sail. The new itineraries are available to guests on select Navigator and Mariner of the Seas sailings. "Perfect Day at CocoCay has revolutionized private destinations in the vacation industry, and the resounding feedback from our guests is that they want more – more time and even more ways to experience the island," said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. "We’re building on an incredible adventure that’s already winning the hearts of many."
  22. Does anybody know why Mariner pulled back to the pier this afternoon?
  23. Does anyone know if Mariner has a photo studio for private sessions? We want something a little more custom for our photos this time around. Thanks!
  24. DD (8), my mom and I just got off a 3 day sailing on Mariner. I submitted a review, but I'll give a summary here and feel free to ask questions. The embarkation in Port Canaveral was the quickest and easiest we've experienced! The upgrades to the ship are great! The Windjammer never felt crowded (and the food was good). The waterslides, Flow Rider, climbing structure, sky pad and swings/hammocks were fun experiences. Despite what some crew members say, you do need reservations for laser tag. There is a standby line, but you can wait a long time in it. We asked about making reservations on embarkation day and were told you couldn't make reservations. We ate in the dining room each night. Service was great and so was the food. Our cabin attendant (Benny) was excellent. CoCo Cay is amazing! We did the water park and it was well worth it. Disembarkation was easy. They're using the facial recognition for customs/immigration. We just got our pictures taken and were on our way. Would highly recommend Mariner for a short getaway!
  25. Does anyone know if there is any food/sandwiches in the diamond lounge on embarkation day? The royal app says it is open for lunch from 11:00-2:00. I have never entered the lounge other than the evening hours. Curious if they are actually open. We avoid the windjammer on day one. Cafe promenade is our usual spot TIA
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