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  1. Hello friends, Assuming things are safe and under control by then, my husband and I have our lifted and shifted honeymoon sailing on Navigator in September. Since the ship leaves on Monday, we are thinking of flying into Orlando earlier in the weekend, spending a few days there, and then heading to Miami to meet the ship. I have heard mention of a rental car option at the Port of Miami, but in searching online haven't found an address or anything solid. Could anyone direct me to a site or address or let me know what companies are options right there at the port? We'd prefer to rent a car
  2. Thank you! This was my concern, we still have about nine months to go and if something better comes I want to be able to change it without worrying about other purchases.
  3. I recently repriced our upcoming cruises and got some onboard credit. I see that it shows up automatically in the cruise planner, but I’m wondering if I have to use this before a credit card when making an online purchase or if we can save that for when we board. There are two excursions we still plan to book so that’s why I’m wondering. Thanks!
  4. I went on Harmony a few years ago and remember LOVING Mini Bites and all of the options they had. They even rotated the options throughout the sailing so it wasn’t the same stuff. We were on the pool deck a lot of sea days so this was great. My fiancé and I are going on both Navigator and Symphony for our honeymoon and I was quite sad to learn that Mini Bites hadn’t been brought on. I’m all for Mexican food and know that a lot of people love El Loco Fresh, but I can’t see how there will be much variety. Especially with vegetarian options. Am I wrong? Who else has been on both ships and able to
  5. When we looked a few months ago, the Thrill Water Park was in the cruise planner, but when we booked excursions over Black Friday it wasn’t there. I did call and Royal said they don’t cap the number of people that can purchase this so I’m confused. Has anyone experienced this and did it show back up? Our sailing isn’t until September. Thanks!
  6. Hi everyone! Just an opinion/experience question, is $25 a day a good price for the unlimited dining package?
  7. Thank you! I didn't think so but wanted to make sure. I don't think it would, we want to keep our same stateroom.
  8. Like the question says, I'm curious if we were to reprice our cruise to take advantage of a better rate, say for Black Friday or Cyber Monday, would we lose any Cruise Planner purchases/rates for things in the cruise planner we've already booked?
  9. Hi everyone, we booked our two honeymoon sailings back in June and, from best I can remember, we opted out of the Vacation Protection Plan. I called to see about repricing with current sales and realized that the day after booking, we got updated invoices with the protection added. I was told we could take it off prior to final payment date. We don't remember opting to add this back on, but since it is currently on my reservations, I wanted to get a few opinions as to if this is worth it. We are young, healthy, rarely sick, and will be in town the night before each sailing so we have a buffer
  10. Thanks Mat! We actually hadn’t booked anything in cruise planner yet, I was wondering about the cruise itself.
  11. Looking at it now though, we booked non-refundable, so we wouldn’t get our deposit right? That wouldn’t make it worth it. Darn.
  12. I listen to the RCL Blog podcast frequently and Matt is always talking about cancelling and rebooking to get better prices. We did not use to a travel agent to book our two honeymoon cruises for Sept. 2020 on Navigator and Symphony. We like our room choices and don’t want to lose them, but I think the Labor Day sale may present some extra savings for us. Has anybody done this and how did you approach it? Do you book the new one then cancel the old, vise versa, or can you call and have RCL do it for you? Thanks in advance!!
  13. Thank you all! That’s what I wondering. It just seems like such a unique place that it piqued my interest. I’ve heard great things about 150 CP, so I think we’ll just wait and see how things work out with excursions and such first. I really enjoy the main dining room and getting to know our wait staff, so we might just do that every night, but I think 150 will be our plan b :).
  14. My fiancé and I are taking two cruises (one on Navigator and one on Symphony) in September 2020 for our honeymoon. We are normally pretty frugal travelers when it comes to food, as we prefer to spend money on experiences. This will be my third RC Cruise and his first. I’ve never been to a specialty restaurant, aside from Johnny Rockets, but was very intrigued by wonderland when I went on Harmony with my family a few years ago. We’re pondering trying one special night there, but wondering if it will be worth it. We’re open to trying new things, but I wouldn’t say we’re super brave when it
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