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  1. arebee

    Matt's Day 2 Sea Blog

    The best thing you can do is try any drink until you hit upon the one in the pic...
    3 points
  2. fonemanbob

    Key West Port Open

    They just announced on the news that the Key West ship port is now open. Hopefully the other ports that were affected by the hurricanes will be able to re open at some point and time. Obviously not as fast as Key West. Mother nature has been very unkind this year. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those that were affected both here and abroad. Just saw the itinerary update page and the next 3 RC cruises are going to Nassau instead of Key West..
    2 points
  3. rjac

    Matt's Day 2 Sea Blog

    One problem with that, after that many drinks will you remember the name of the one in the pic? Unless you get really lucky after drink 1 or 2.
    2 points
  4. Great experience for the family. Recommended for strong swimmers, but life vests are available for intermediate swimmers. Consider having a driver to take you so you can stop and do other things and be a part of a smaller group - we can recommend a driver. It is beautiful there and you will have an exciting time climbing and jumping off the rocks of the waterfall and high platform. The experience is AMAZING! Between the tranquil waters, pleasant vibes and the wonderful tour guides, your time spent here is well worth it. Very therapeutic and you are able to hike all the way to t
    1 point
  5. FManke

    Ship Time

    That seems like a big hassle. I've just decided to bring a sun dial.
    1 point
  6. I took a TA on Anthem from South Hampton to Cape Liberty at the end of October. Leaving South Hampton was cold and rainy (as expected). I think the high was maybe in the 50s? Waves and wind were so bad we were confined inside for the first two days, with many things cancelled on board (bumper cars, shows), due to all the movement. Personally, I found it to be quite enjoyable. Something strangely scary, yet peaceful.. out in the middle of the ocean like that. There was still plenty to do though. Definitely warmed up a bit coming into NY despite it being early November and how far north the rout
    1 point
  7. My guess is that they won't update your itinerary until a couple of weeks out. In all likelihood, they're waiting for updates from the various ports that have been affected by the hurricanes. Also, with so many ships in the Caribbean to be rerouted because of the number of closed ports, I'm guessing that it is going to take some time for all of the cruise lines to work out new itineraries for the dozens of ships that sail the Caribbean every week.
    1 point
  8. KLA

    Not Another One!

    Really hoping it dies down following Maria. We've been planning our B2B honeymoon on Allure for over a year now, and while we've had our ports change a couple times we're pretty much excited to get there and just sit quietly on board with a book and a cocktail. As long as we can get on the ship, they'll take care of us from there even if we have to circle around a storm a bit.
    1 point
  9. DocLC

    use of computers

    My first computer with a hard drive (first computer had a tape drive) had a 20 MB drive, and I thought that was something. I also remember going from 300 to 1200 baud modems and thought that was special.
    1 point
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