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  1. UPDATED 23September 2020 Construction of Royal Caribbean's Cruise Terminal 3 is now planned to begin on April 1, 2021, and the Port of Galveston is continuing their ongoing design and construction work to prepare for Royal Caribbean's construction of the new terminal. At the request of Royal Caribbean, the construction of Cruise Terminal 3 was delayed by one year. Allure of the Seas was scheduled to sail from Galveston beginning 10 Nov 2021 but will move to Fort Lauderdale instead. Liberty of the Seas will remain in Galveston for the foreseeable future. Galveston is the fourth bus
  2. Feb 7, Explorer of the Seas. Hi all, I have a solo traveller that is looking to share an Interior Room expense but won't be staying in the room. If anybody have a group of 2 or 3, that would be ideal. Another solo cruiser will work too. For your trouble, you will get a bigger room as she won't be staying in the room. Thanx.
  3. T minus 2 days. Bags packed. Boarding pass printed. SetSail pass printed. Luggage tags ready. Check, check, check and check. I think I'm ready. Amazingly I don't feel like I forgotten anything, which means in about 10 hours at 35,000' I will remember exactly what I forgot. Such is cruising. For the flight to Seattle tomorrow I have a 6am departure. I had plenty of choices of flight times all day but I chose 6am so I could visit something in Seattle I've always wanted but haven't been able to yet. The Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit at the base of the Space Needle. I'm
  4. Hi guys, I will be sailing on this ship in August, 2020, and I would like to know any tips and tricks that we could benefit from. We are traveling on a huge budget so I want to try to stretch our money as much as possible. Btw, I’m new to this blog so hello!!! I am sailing with my hubby and two teenage daughters. Thanks!
  5. I am not really a blogger so this will just be some ramblings and photos from our 3 day Explorer cruise leaving from Sydney. Day 1 We had to be up at 4am to catch a flight from Auckland, New Zealand to Sydney, Australia which takes approximately 3 hours. Today we were flying Latam Airlines. The flight was on a Dreamliner and was very nice. I love the mood lighting in the cabin on these flights. Due to the time differences between Auckland and Sydney we arrived just after 9am. Customs processing was quick so we though the airport in 20 minutes. We caught the train from the airpor
  6. The Royal Caribbean Instagram and Snapchat stories feature the great DanandMoore. Whenever he takes over the RC accounts, I don't miss anything he posts because he is so good at sharing the experience. He is currently on the Explorer Alaska itinerary, and it's amazing to watch. If you aren't already, follow either the IG or Snap stories...it's helping me look forward to the Alaska cruise, and ignore my Harmony GC (not going) blues....
  7. Since I used this board extensively prior to my recent Royal Caribbean cruise to Alaska on Explorer of the Seas on June 30th (and gained valuable insights from Matt's podcasts), I thought I'd share my experience with future cruisers. I traveled with my 15 year old son, so my perspective is a little different since I wasn't with my wife or a big group. All in all, we had a good vacation, but it wasn't a great vacation. We flew into Seattle the day of the cruise (this is really easy if you live on the west coast) and used the cruise shuttle at the airport. I didn't have a reservation and in
  8. When we disembark Explorer of the Seas in Seattle we will some time to explore the city before heading to the airport. Our flight is at 5:30 pm. Does anyone know what our options are for dealing with our luggage for that time? I not planning on dragging luggage around for 5 people through Seattle. Does the Pier have lockers or storage available? Does the airport have storage available? Thanks
  9. Our upcoming cruise on Explorer of the Seas will be our first RC cruise. Do people decorate their doors like on a Disney Cruise? Thanks
  10. Does anyone know if there is a service in the Seattle area that makes deliveries to the cruise ships? We had done this before out of Port Canaveral and had gift baskets delivered to our room. Just wondering if there was a similar service in Seattle. Thanks
  11. News Flash - Voyager of The Seas and her slighlty younger and bigger sister Explorer of the Seas met on Sunday November 28th in Sydney Harbour and made the harbour look like a small bathtub. Thanks "Cruise Advice" for posting this wonderful video on Youtube. Up until Sunday, Voyager was the largest cruise ship to homeport Australia that title nows goes to her sister Explorer of the Seas.
  12. Did anyone know about the "FreeKids Alaska" promotion? I just received my invoice from my TA and it shows reduction of my son's fare under a "FreeKids Alaska" promotion. It may be available on the website, by I never saw reference to this until I saw the invoice.
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