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  1. That was indeed my experience - re: no wheelchair allowed to be taken off the ship at the port of call.
  2. My own experience only, anyone else's mileage may vary: I once badly sprained my ankle on Oasis-class ship, fairly early on in the sailing. I was provided old-fashioned crutches. We stayed in Boardwalk balcony, almost at the very end - needless to say crutches made for a very long, miserable trek anywhere out of the cabin. Next day at the follow up with the ship doctor, we've asked if it would be possible to get a wheelchair, and were given one to use for the rest of the sailing. I was very grateful for that concession.
  3. And the other kicker is that it takes weeks for deaths to make it to the reports That said, I personally am all for vaccinated reduced capacity cruises. Since kids are going back to school, with 3 ft or less between them - let them cruise with a negative PCR test, as well.
  4. The math doesn't quite work out... You are assuming that all the people who have already had covid (including those that have no idea that they did) are not getting the vaccine now.
  5. Spent a day at Magic Kingdom mid-week last week, and I agree - Disney is very good with doing all they can to keep people safe. Airports, on the other hand... Ugh...
  6. Don't know if it is across the fleet, but at least on Anthem on sea days, kids can be signed-up for and dropped off at 5pm to go with staff to Windjammer for dinner, and then stay on for the 7pm session.
  7. On sea days, even though Adventure Ocean hours are 2-5 and 7-10 in the afternoon and evening, there's an option to leave kids at the AO at 5 (sign up for that the same day), and staff take them for dinner to Windjammer. Our 5 year old loved that
  8. Long-time lurker here, but just had to come out of the shadows for this one. Was that the flight from EWR to Las Vegas last August, by any chance?
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