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  1. I would say we were there about 1 hour, but we weren't in a hurry so we sat a while and enjoyed our desert and had a cup of coffee.
  2. None of the ports on my cruise were tender, so my answer has to be yes they offer priority departure at all ports. We couldn't find the meeting area at the proper time so we did not use the port priority departure at all. Specifically the ship arrived in San Juan at 1:00 PM which created a much larger than normal peak of people trying to debark at the same time. We definitely tried to use the Key that day but Royal was not clear on where to meet and more importantly what time to meet so we missed on using the benefit.
  3. After 2 long years in dry dock, I just completed a cruise on Adventure of the Seas out of Port Everglades. I sailed with my wife (my much better half) and surprised her with the Key. I have read many reviews of the Key and I thought I would include my experience in the hope someone else might benefit. This was my first opportunity to purchase the Key. When Royal introduced the Key I was quite intrigued by the offering and thought it was something worth trying; especially at the sale price of $19.99 per person per day. My logic was similar to others, I had already committed to the lux
  4. Thanks again for taking the time out of your cruise/vacation to take us along. I always learn something new and truly enjoy following your blogs. This one definitely is an addition to the bucket list.
  5. That isn't quite true. They grandfathered existing bookings in if you prepaid your gratuities. If you waited until the cruise began and allowed the gratuities to be charged to your sea pass account your were charged the new rate. So if you wanted to use on-board credit to pay your gratuities you were charged the higher rate.
  6. As always @twangster thanks for taking the time out of your cruise to share it with us. Your pictures lived up to your reputation and I truly enjoyed your blog. Definitely a cruise to add to the bucket list.
  7. I use Google flights, if you log in you can enable the price tracker and you will get an email whenever prices change. I just booked a flight this week, Google caught a price decrease that only lasted for a few hours.
  8. Thanks again for taking the time out of your cruise/vacation to take us along. I always learn something new and truly enjoy following your blogs.
  9. Following along, always enjoy your blogs and pictures, they provide great ideas for future cruises.
  10. Thanks for taking the time from your vacation to share with us, glad you had an amazing time.
  11. I agree and follow this approach. The issue I have is what appears to be false advertising. I have been watching the VOOM pricing on a future cruise and it was priced at $15.99/day with no promotion attached. Then, after watching this for 2 months I logged on and VOOM was promoted as on sale for 20% off with the same price $15.99/day. Most likely VOOM was always discounted the 20% it was just not advertised but it could also be interpreted as Royal raised the price to promote a 20% discount at the same price.
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