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21 minutes ago, CGTLH said:

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Did you notice consistency in the side Mariner docked on? And did you or Nav get there first on this day? I have a port-facing JS on Nav and am hoping to face out like this instead of looking across at the other ship when in port when we double dip! Sadly it'll be a 2 ship day on both of our CocoCay stops. 

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Just now, DDaley said:

Did you notice consistency in the side Mariner docked on? And did you or Nav get there first on this day? I have a port-facing JS on Nav and am hoping to face out like this instead of looking across at the other ship when in port when we double dip! Sadly it'll be a 2 ship day on both of our CocoCay stops. 

No consistancy from what I can tell.

3 day: Docked port and only ship

4 day: Tuesday docked starboard (first ship in, I think), today docked port (first ship again)

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18 hours ago, DDaley said:

Did you notice consistency in the side Mariner docked on? And did you or Nav get there first on this day? I have a port-facing JS on Nav and am hoping to face out like this instead of looking across at the other ship when in port when we double dip! Sadly it'll be a 2 ship day on both of our CocoCay stops. 

I believe there are a few factors, chief among them are whatever the Captain feels like.

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So the background story for the crane... The November 4th and 8th sailings are chartered sailings for an "Experience beyond the music".

As such they've been flying on the various components for the stage and various props all afternoon. Think our Britto friend was just relocated land side to be kept out of harms way.

Also due to this the starboard side pool plus surrounding areas and section of deck 12 has been closed. I've been hearing some minor grumblings but for the most part everyone has been understanding. Now one negative I've noticed is the storage of the components has reduced some lounger areas.

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