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  1. One of my favorite activities leading up to a cruise has always been watching the webcams, like https://www.portmiamiwebcam.com/. I enjoy watching the ships come in and seeing all the traffic at the port as passengers debark and the new ones arrive to board. Watching the ships sail out of port with people waving and holding up signs and displaying their tropical drinks always helps pump up my excitement. I think my family tires of it, though, as I tend to start six months or more before the cruise. These days watching the ships leaving with no passengers on balconies, no music drif
  2. We may be joined by another family for our upcoming Oasis sailing. We will be staying in a Crown Loft Suite. They will not be staying in a suite. There are three of us and two of them. 1) will they be permitted to come to our suite for sail away, or to even just hang? 2) I understand Coastal Kitchen is for suite guests. Hypothetically, if my son did't want to eat there, could one of the members in the non suite party take his place? I'm doubting, but thought I'd ask. Many thanks! Let's Go Blues!!!!!
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