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  1. 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
  2. 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!
  3. 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.
  4. 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?
  5. Thanks WAAAYTOO. It must have been your recent blog post where I saw Jamie’s mentioned.!
  6. 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.
  7. Seems like Jamie’s is kinda light on tables - awful lot of open space
  8. Sorry about that. Been waiting for the “actual” cruise blog to start for weeks now - hope you have a fantastic time!
  9. Twangster, Have you seen many (or any?) kids in the Bamboo Room? My 12 year old son is really into Polynesian culture so would love to go but I wasn't sure if it is too adult oriented.
  10. Great “live” blog. I can’t share your enthusiasm for Columbus, though. We thought it was easily the worst show we’d ever seen on a ship.
  11. We mostly just stayed in the kids area and around the regular and cenote-style pool. My wife did one of the slides while my son and I waited. You actually take an elevator up to the top of the slides which I thought was interesting. There’s a nice lazy river that we did together. The line got really long as they didn’t have a lot of innertubes though it made for a nice, uncrowded ride.
  12. I know this doesn’t directly answer your question but thought I’d chime in. We went to Tabyana and loved it. It’s a pretty basic facility but the beach was beautiful and the best snorkeling is directly in front. The food was included and very good - burgers, BBQ chicken, etc. drinks were extra but good (although a little string for our taste!). There is Security to prevent the locals selling goods from coming onto their property so they stroll back and forth along the shore. The highlight of my whole trip was walking the beach and watching the vendors come by!
  13. We went to the water park in November 2018 while on Symphony. It’s very nice with several slides and pools and is in excellent condition. We got there early and beat most of the lines (except for the locker rental in the main building which was S-L-O-W). We primarily sat by the pool and kids splash area. Food options appeared to be limited to one buffet restaurant that was expensive so ,we ate back at the cruise terminal. Overall we spent about 3-4 hours there. We will do it again in our next trip but pair it with the zip lines, at least for my wife.
  14. Huh, we have watched the competition on both the Harmony and Symphony and both were at the Sports Pool. I didn't know they ever had it at the Aqua Theater.
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