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17 hours ago, wowzz said:

And exactly what has this to do with shore excursions?  

Post on the correct thread please.

Please do not police the message board , if you don’t have an answer or don’t like the question just keep scrolling please. Have a blessed day 😊

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49 minutes ago, Sinfonia2005 said:

Please do not police the message board , if you don’t have an answer or don’t like the question just keep scrolling please. Have a blessed day 😊

Which is exactly what you are doing!

 

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1 hour ago, Hlitner said:

So this week we booked a 14 day Seabourn out of Barbados (not subject to anything CDC) and cancelled MSC.

 

Are you doing both Athens and Caribbean on Seabourn now?

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3 hours ago, cruisemom42 said:

 

Are you doing both Athens and Caribbean on Seabourn now?

Yep.  Both 14 day cruises.  Not sure we would have booked either itinerary except for our strong desire to get back on a ship (many here on CC understand our addiction) and our judgement that Seabourn is very likely to actually have those cruises (we have already suffered 5 cancelled cruises).

 

Before anyone flames me, both DW and I really do enjoy Seabourn although there are many times we prefer to not pay their price :).

 

Hank

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On 5/16/2021 at 12:09 AM, Sinfonia2005 said:

Please do not police the message board , if you don’t have an answer or don’t like the question just keep scrolling please. Have a blessed day 😊

I would like to post a complaint about people who post complaints on message boards.

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2 hours ago, Donald said:

I would like to post a complaint about people who post complaints on message boards.

Well, I have a real problem with those who protest about people who post complaints — but I suppose we all have to live with annoying things/people.

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On 5/14/2021 at 11:23 AM, Flatbush Flyer said:

Oceania has had servers in the Terrace Café for many. That, along with the quality/variety of offerings and the a la minute cooking plus al fresco dining option are what make it the “gold standard” of casual onboard dining.

 

I wonder, because they boldly claim to have the world's most talented chefs, why oceania doesn't have the worlds best food on land or sea.   

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41 minutes ago, ldubs said:

 

I wonder, because they boldly claim to have the world's most talented chefs, why oceania doesn't have the worlds best food on land or sea.   

No ship afloat today will earn a Michelin Star. The challenge at sea is how much/how well a “talented” chef can produce given the circumstances of cost, passenger expectations, availability of ingredients, etc.

And that is a large part of what determines “talent” in a maritime environment.

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