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  1. We will be going to Bonaire this sori g and I was wondering if RC uses the north or south pier? Trying to do some planning and it would be helpful to know though they appear to be pretty close to each other. Thanks.
  2. We canceled a cruise a few days ago and now want to book a different sailing. The first cruise was booked with a non-refundable fare so we are due back about $450 following the $300 cancelation fee ($100 per person). I was wondering how long others have had to wait for their vouchure code to arrive?
  3. W really liked Tabyana in Roatan although there is no open bar - all drinks are ala carte.The food was typical grilled items - burgers, hot dogs, chicken -which were included and we thought were good. I know Matt has an article about the Mayan Princess, which is right down the beach from Tabyana, which is all inclusive. We liked Tabyana because the beach seating was more expansive than at the Mayan Princess and there is “security” which prevents the numerous beach vendors from bothering you unless you choose to engage them. The highlight of my entire cruise was watching the vendors go by and seeing what they were selling.
  4. The prices for the Chill Island and Oasis Lagoon cabanas were ~$499 just before Memorial Day then we’re both sold out for our Thanksgiving Cruise on Harmony. Now the Chill Island is back at $1299 and I check every day to see if it will drop. I was on the fence about booking it at the lower price but won’t pay anywhere near what they’re asking. I’m hoping Coco beach club will open a bit early and we will just pay to access that (without a cabana).
  5. If you could pass on the Cruise Compasses to Matt to post for your Western itinerary, I’d be most appreciative. Trying to plan entertainment and dining for our November Harmony cruise and there aren’t yet any posted CC for that itinerary out of Port Canaveral.
  6. Eden Rock would be a terrific choice. It is located to the right of where the tenders dock and s only a few blocks away on the downtown waterfront. It’s a blue building that you should easily see as you tender in. Very good diving and helpful staff. Not sure if they could arrange a buddy, though. In general, Grand Cayman is very safe so I wouldn’t have any reservations about walking there yourself. It’s a short walk and they’ll be a lot of cruisers in the same area.
  7. No review but I did walk bay the resort where it takes place - seemed really nice.
  8. We have snorkeled in many Caribbean islands and my wife said the area right in front of Tabyana was one of the best she'd have ever seen
  9. Jaullram, Did you happen to notice if there is any form of transportation near to the Chill island cabanas? We are hoping to book one for this fall and my dad has mobility issues. It sates it is a 5-7 minute walk from the pier which could be an issue as I would imaging a fair bit of that distance is walking in sand. Thanks!
  10. We haven't been but have researched Sapphire Beach a fair bit as we are staying there in July. AS far as I know, there is a beach bar/restaurant and that's it. It's supposed to be good, though, and the beach/water beautiful.
  11. I was wondering if I am able to change to a different room category or type on the same ship and sail date if I initially booked a guarantee room?
  12. Thanks WAAAYTOO. It must have been your recent blog post where I saw Jamie’s mentioned.!
  13. Not sure if this is better posted on the Dining board but since it’s more The Key related, Inthought I’d post it here. We are going on the Navigator in July and are going back and forth about getting The Key. I thought I’d seen somewhere that at least on some ships they were offering The Key embarkation lunch at Chops or Jamie’s but I’m not sure if that is true. We’d prefer to go to Jamie’s for lunch and go to Chops at dinner so having the option would be nice.
  14. Seems like Jamie’s is kinda light on tables - awful lot of open space
  15. Sorry about that. Been waiting for the “actual” cruise blog to start for weeks now - hope you have a fantastic time!
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