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  1. Looks like the Surf is going to come out of dry dock end of November with some changes to public spaces, spa and deck 3. We're going to be onboard next month and then again in January. Can't wait to see the differences. https://www.windstarcruises.com/yachts/wind-surf/coming-november-30,-2019/
  2. Does anyone know if they still do the deck BBQ and the beach party? If so on which island? thanks
  3. Just curious how people like to spend a sea day in the Caribbean
  4. I tend to travel with 2 pairs of shoes: robust sneakers and some Keen sandals. It seems that sneakers and flip flops are pretty much banned outright for the semi-formal dining evenings. Do I need to bring along a pair of leather shoes just for these 2 occasions? Seems like a waste when I am trying to pack light...
  5. We just did our first Transatlantic on Wind Surf and really enjoyed it. Food and service was excellent, and there was some entertainment in a daily Trivia, with cumulative scoring, some teams won once or twice but a team called Short School Bus won over half so got the trophy. Questions were weird to say the least, the ships photographer Marie hosted some games, and Gus the Future Cruise guy some others, and Felipe and Joanna the shore excursions crew also helped out. Gus also gave lectures on Art. We also had an interesting series of lectures on sailing ships etc by a guest lecturer David Hirzel which were well attended. It really wasn't at all boring even with a dozen days at sea without sight of land. There was a cold and cough going round the ship, both passengers and crew were suffering from it. Even the ship's doctor had it, so did we but it wasn't too bad. However once we finished the Transatlantic and started our week around the islands the cuisine suffered a bit, it was still OK -ish but with the wonderful rotund Executive Chef from Bulgaria and 8 of his galley staff leaving the ship the new and suspiciously thin Chef Bert from Germany was obviously struggling. He didn't even provide lobster that week at the deck BBQ, we always had it before, and steaks in Amphora were not good, the filet mignon in the other dining rooms were fine though. I hope he improves soon for the next cruises coming up. Complaints were made to the Hotel Manager.
  6. I would like to plug my laptop into the TV so that I can see my photos and videos on a bigger screen. Is there an HDMI port that I could use?
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