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  1. This is on the Royal site, it’s probably worth a call or email to Royal and your travel agent to dot all the i’s and cross the t’s, no sense in showing up to the port and not having something. Good luck. https://www.royalcaribbean.com/faq/questions/what-family-legal-documents-do-i-need-to-board https://www.royalcaribbean.com/faq/questions/what-if-i-am-traveling-with-a-minor-and-i-am-not-their-parent-legal-guardian
  2. I'd also make sure you have any "legal" documentation that allows you to make decisions should there be some emergency in regards to the friend. You never know what could happen and where you may be when it happens. From my point of view, it's not worth the extra work and stress to bring someone who is unrelated, particularly a minor. Even when traveling with my in-laws, it's a concern that we'll be in some foreign land and they won't let my wife make decisions that need to be made if there is an emergency. It's kinda like travel insurance, you never need it until you do.
  3. Yeah, we are not booking anything until ships start cruising again here in the US, we don't want to tie up any additional money, but i keep looking at things to see if I can sneak in another double pointer or two!
  4. and this is the crux of my concern. We have a 12 year old who will cross over to 13 the week before our cruise So i didn't want to get surprised by it! No one in our party will have Voom or anything. It'll be so nice to be 100% disconnected for the first time since November 2019
  5. Thanks! I hadn't even though of the eMuster. I can access everyone's docs (once available) since we are all linked, and I will totally be printing out each person's set-sail pass as a backup. I'll be the one printing out the luggage tags for everyone as well, so will do the pass Basically, I'm the "travel supervisor" that helps make sure the TA is not overwhelmed with questions the travel party is too "lazy" to google It's so much easier when it's just the wife and I traveling!
  6. Thanks! I hadn't even though of the eMuster. I can access everyone's docs (once available) since we are all linked, and I will totally be printing out each person's set-sail pass as a backup. I'll be the one printing out the luggage tags for everyone as well, so will do the pass Basically, I'm the "travel supervisor" that helps make sure the TA is not overwhelmed with questions the travel party is too "lazy" to google It's so much easier when it's just the wife and I traveling!
  7. I hope this will be a quick and easy question. We are not at the point where we can check in yet, but trying to get ahead of the train before it hits me. I've generally checked in via the web, but the app shouldn't be a problem and I cannot remember what we did when when we cruised out of Miami way back in February 2019! My question is: Is it sufficient for one person in each cabin to have the app and be signed it to scan the set sail pass or does each person in each cabin need to have the app and related sign in account and does the same apply for a kid under 16?
  8. I hope the cruislines track and report the number of cabins that are “moved” to the non-US ports. It could show the CDC (or anyone) the number of people that are traveling abroad to cruise. Maybe that data will show how blocking the US ports from opening is not preventing cruising.
  9. I have no experience with your specific situation, but have a young niece with medical concerns and have become familiar with looking for this type of information for our travels. I did some searching and wanted to share some links I found. first, if you have a travel agent, they may be able to get a lot of information for you. Royal has a page dedicated to accessibility and it’s here - https://www.royalcaribbean.com/experience/accessible-cruising Royal has included Down Syndrome under the Autism & Developmental Disabilities page - https://www.royalcaribbean.com/experience/
  10. I’d check your profile with Royal Caribbean, there’s probably a checkbox someplace. I think you can sign up at this page as well. https://www.royalcaribbean.com/crown-anchor-society
  11. Saw this article today. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/09/dr-scott-gottlieb-how-covid-safe-bubble-can-be-created-on-cruises.html?&qsearchterm=Health Advisor
  12. That could be it as well. I thought this first and "googled" but couldn't find it My only point in looking is that we originally were booked on Oasis for a family cruise from Cape Liberty in 2020, but then changed it to Allure our of Port Canaveral in 2021. I've been "holding out hope" that they shuffle things and swap the Allure for Oasis, just because we wanted to be on Oasis. It's a family cruise, so we let the other members pick since we cruise frequently, and we wouldn't have picked Allure sine we've been on her several times already. Thanks!
  13. Oasis has the following on the website, but I cannot figure out what is going on in the "missing week" I assume it's a charter, am just curious. Anyone have any insight? It is also switching from a Friday departure to a Sunday Departure. Oasis roundtrip from Cape Liberty - July 23rd through 30th ?????? -- July 30th through August 8th Oasis roundtrip from Cape Liberty -- August 8th through 15th
  14. Did you purchase outside Travel Insurance? I've had some in the past where i had 3rd party travel insurance where my cruise amounts went to the cruise line, but then the agency's travel insurance provider was a separate charge to the agency. Stay Safe
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