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  1. Hello.

    Going on my first cruise in October on Navigator of the Seas. I already prepaid gratuities and excursions. I only plan to by drinks on board. Are there any hidden fees or surcharges RC adds at the end of the cruise I should look out for on the final invoice. Let me know.


    Thank You,

     

    Michael 

  2. Hello.


    Does anyone know the price range a bottle of wine is on board? Is it only high end wines available? I know you can bring wine on but I'll be arriving same day so not sure I'll have the time to stop at a store or want to pay the prices at the airport. Let me know.

     

    Thank You,

     

    Michael

  3. 2 hours ago, LetsTryThisPlace said:

    It depends what you want to do. If you want to explore a few different things then a rental car is probably going to be a better value. Avoid Miami traffic at rush hour as it can be pretty brutal sometimes and give yourself some time because they have a lot of construction and always confuses the GPS. There are also some excursions through Royal where they will keep your bags for you while you are on it as another option.

    I was looking to do a fan boat tour and maybe stop somewhere for lunch after that.

  4. 15 hours ago, tonyfsu21 said:

    Are you able to easily handle your luggage? I would get out of Miami via the Brightline train and take it North to Fort Lauderdale. Spend your day in Fort Lauderdale and when your ready to get to FLL it’s just an easy 5-10 min Uber ride away. Tons to do in Fort Lauderdale w/o the hassle of Miami. 

    Yeah we'll both have a backpack and small carry on probably.

  5. Hi.

    I'll be going on my first cruise out of Miami in October. I get back on a Friday and my flight isn't until 930 pm at Fort Lauderdale airport. So I know I will have some time to explore. Would you suggest renting a car for the day or to uber/lyft everywhere? I've heard the traffic is really bad in Miami just want to know what people who frequent Miami or who live there would do?


    Thanks

    Michael

  6. 15 hours ago, kittysoul said:

    This may be a really dumb question, but I am trying to purchase the Voom Surf and Stream for 2 devices... to share with my adult son, who is also listed on my reservation.  I tried to select both of us when purchasing, and it put 2 packages in my cart, and so I uncheck marked him.. i am assuming that I just buy one package, in my name, and then he will be able to use one device and I will be able to use one device?   I don't want to find out later, onboard, that I he had to have his own package , in his name... I know, dumb question, but just making sure... lol

    Thanks for asking I had the same question. I didn't know if it was like the drink package.

  7. Hi.

    Is there any benefit to booking your next cruise on board the current cruise? Has anyone done this and it ended up being a better price? Or is it just on board credit is the only benefit to booking next cruise on your current cruise. Let me know.

     

    Thank You,

    Michael

  8. Hello.

    I'm going on my first cruise in October. I'll be going with my girlfriend so I'm just wondering where do you put your stuff while your in the pool or in the water? I know big groups usually have a person to look after things but it will just be the two of us. I can leave valuables like phone in the room but what do you do with your seapass card while in the water? Not sure if I'm being super paranoid or not but do you just leave it in a bag on a chair or is it always with you? Let me know what you do.

     

    Thank You,

    Michael

  9. Hi.

    I'm going on my first cruise in October on Navigator of the Seas. Does everyone get some cruise credit? I booked directly on the Royal Caribbean site but it didn't mention any cruise credit when I booked. Just curious if I might get $20 in cruise credit or not to expect anything. Let me know.

     

    Thank You,

    Michael

  10. 2 hours ago, markm said:

    After you log into your account , look in the top right hand corner and click on the down arrow next to the person icon, the click Royal Gifts then under choose a category select onboard deliver , you can order it there and have it delivered to your room. Expensive 

    Yeah I looked at this but not available on my ship which is lame.

  11. 4 hours ago, ChessE4 said:

    You can buy one or more bottles of wine in the dining room, and it seems you can bring two bottles of wine on board per person.  The MDR keeps your bottle available from night to night.  I don't know about the bars, but I would guess they can sell wine by the bottle.  Not sure about spirits.

    yeah looking for other liquor but not wine.

  12. Hi.

    I know if you purchase alcohol from a store on board the ship they don't give it to you until after the cruise. Has anyone ever asked if they could buy a bottle from any of the bars? I just think the drink package is way overpriced even with buy one get one half off. Even if I paid a lot for the bottle I don't think I need to get a drink package. Let me know if you have tried this and been successful.


    Thanks 

    Michael

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