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Just got back last week on the NCL Escape.  Please to announce the ship is fireproof and that decorations were all there.  I never saw one that went over the top.  Just simple ones and some we quite amusing.    I enjoyed walking off all those calories while looking at the decorations. 

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13 minutes ago, bigwawao said:

Just got back last week on the NCL Escape.  Please to announce the ship is fireproof and that decorations were all there.  I never saw one that went over the top.  Just simple ones and some we quite amusing.    I enjoyed walking off all those calories while looking at the decorations. 

Good to know! Thank you!

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I have never decorated our door, but I enjoy seeing folks' door decorations. If I had kids, I can see where it would be fun for them to think of and create for their cruise. Adds to the excitement of planning!!!!  But, I can see the concerns that NCL has with the door decorations.

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On ‎8‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 7:55 PM, Love my butler said:

You absolutely can hang it.  Your steward may or may not take it down.  Tips tend to go down when stewards touch things that don't belong to them....

 

 

You mean when they do their job...

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Going "above and beyond" to earn those "vacation hero" recognition ??  as in doing their job

 

Think about that for a moment, LOL.  Let's ask that question during the onboard Q&A with the senior officers, should get some looks and interesting answer(s) - don't feel that anyone can definitely answer OP's question now for what's over the horizon in 2021 and beyond. 

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On 8/27/2020 at 3:03 AM, robertjohn2 said:

Door decoration look great on the cruise ships. But some times it destroys the public property. Some of the great advice to decorate indoor with table linens to surprise guest with cool ambience.

I have no idea what you are getting at and I don't care .

I'm just happy a thread of such  "MAJOR" importance was revived .

I dream of happier days when door decoration policy actually mattered . 🤞

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9 hours ago, richstowe said:

I have no idea what you are getting at and I don't care .

I'm just happy a thread of such  "MAJOR" importance was revived .

I dream of happier days when door decoration policy actually mattered . 🤞

"destroy public property" ?

'table linens" ?

"Kansass" ?

 

What we have here is a failure to communicate.

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I work at a school and we are not allowed right now to hang anything on the walls because they are fogging for covid 

I am sure they will be doing this on ships too when they open back up.

we just stayed at a timeshare in Orlando and they fogged it before we were allowed to go in

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