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Seems I was a bit on the busy side last night and never had the chance to post an evening update before zonking out.

Was talking about the combo faucet/hand dryer sinks, this is a picture of them. Entering each side has three or four of them. Once again no paper towels in sight. There is also the usual hand sanitizer stations.

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This is a combination picture: The coffee machines in the Diamond and Suite Lounge aren't available 24 hours, only from 6 am until 9 pm. Plus the one in the Diamond Lounge is currently out of service. As a result the Diamond Lounge folks have the option to visit Cafe Promenade for specialty coffee.

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Toss in a few night time shots of Adventure.  

Think @Matt said it best to me on the Brilliance cruise, "Sea days make boring writing up days." or something along those lines. Today was case and point, so far. This morning was the Suite and P

Filtering the photos out, some night shots of Harmony  

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1 minute ago, CGTLH said:

This is a combination picture: The coffee machines in the Diamond and Suite Lounge aren't available 24 hours, only from 6 am until 9 pm. Plus the one in the Diamond Lounge is currently out of service. As a result the Diamond Lounge folks have the option to visit Cafe Promenade for specialty coffee.

My wife would love this "problem" since she prefers flavored coffee and Diamond Lounge does not provide that.  Thus, free specialty coffee in Cafe Promenade would be quite the upgrade for her.

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Next up is the Windjammer recon from last night, theme was Asian. Live station was a mongolian, with the live station they were handing out pagers if you wanted to wait elsewhere while your creation was being prepared. Also with the live stations it hasn't been DIY, your tell the crew member what you would like and they place it on the plate to be prepared. 

 

First up will be some bread, this is when you first walk into Windjammer, just to the right is the salad bar.

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Next up the Asian offerings

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DIY soup station, had beef broth or chicken broth. Shame not having any noodles to add.

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Finally a giant pan of what I think was flan.

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Next up the offerings at the grill station plus a slight peek at the mongolian offerings

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Same offerings with pizza and burgers as yesterday. Did forget about the build your own taco station.

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Finally the dessert selection for the night

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I am going to have to remember to make sure that on the Asian night I let my stomach rule...nothing is better to me than leftover Chinese food after a few too many drinks! 🙂  In essence, since we do late dinner seating I am not going to do my usual WJ hit, instead I will do a plate of Chinese to place in the cooler.  Plus, it looks like last night was desserts in a cup.  One of my favorites.

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Not sure what everyone else's lunch options were but these were mine on Barefoot Beach in Labadee...

In shocking logic, they finally placed the burger and hotdog setup in order. Bun, protein, and toppings.

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Not wanting the classics. Just pick from some of the other options.

Corn, potatoes, rice, and BBQ sauce.

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Lamb chops, minute steaks, grilled chicken, and jerk chicken.

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BBQ chicken, ribs, and salmon with lemon butter sauce.

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Finally mac and cheese and seafood skewers.

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For a waste of plastic, trays with an oatmeal raisin and chocolate chip cookie. Not shown were some rolls and leftover christmas cookies.

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36 minutes ago, CGTLH said:

Top Tier event info.

Gold: 855,  Platinum: 290, Emerald: 145, Diamond: 263, Diamond Plus:147, Pinnacle: 20

Top Cruiser: 2228 points

Do you get 1 point per nights stay? If so I'll hit Pinnacle after my upcoming cruise. Does that get anything going forward?

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Just now, BTE said:

Do you get 1 point per nights stay? If so I'll hit Pinnacle after my upcoming cruise. Does that get anything going forward?

The numbers after each status level are the number of passengers on board the ship who achieved that status, not the points to reach the status. To actually get to pinnacle requires 750 points; at one point per night (two when you stay in a suite or cruise solo, and three if you stay in a suite and cruise solo) it takes a long time to get to Pinnacle status. Very few actually get to that level.

Reaching Pinnacle status gets you a ton of perks, and the crew more or less treats you like royalty when you sail on their ship.

Full details on the benefits for each tier of Royal's Crown & Anchor program can be found at this page linked from their site. General info about the program can be found at this other page.

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6 minutes ago, JLMoran said:

The numbers after each status level are the number of passengers on board the ship who achieved that status, not the points to reach the status. To actually get to pinnacle requires 750 points; at one point per night (two when you stay in a suite or cruise solo, and three if you stay in a suite and cruise solo) it takes a long time to get to Pinnacle status. Very few actually get to that level.

Reaching Pinnacle status gets you a ton of perks, and the crew more or less treats you like royalty when you sail on their ship.

Full details on the benefits for each tier of Royal's Crown & Anchor program can be found at this page linked from their site. General info about the program can be found at this other page.

LOL   OK Thanks  guess I read that backwards as I see I'm at Gold status already on my RC profile page.

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