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On 1/25/2018 at 3:01 PM, Geema said:

We are gold but we do not have a gold sea pass card...it is silver.

Geema, I was confused about this for a little while also, you only get a gold Seapass card if you are in a suite, when you hit gold status the card will still be silver (For a regular room) but say gold across the bottom, I think that if you were to ever get a "Star" class room that the card is Purple or lavender.

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21 minutes ago, tiny260 said:

Geema, I was confused about this for a little while also, you only get a gold Seapass card if you are in a suite, when you hit gold status the card will still be silver (For a regular room) but say gold across the bottom, I think that if you were to ever get a "Star" class room that the card is Purple or lavender.

To add to that, I think it's gold seapass card in a suite that is non-Oasis or Quantum class.  If you are sailing Oasis or Quantum class then they have their Sea, Sky, Star colours right?  The dark purple for Star, the burgundy/purple for Sky, and I have no clue what the Sea colour is but will find out in 10 days!

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1 hour ago, monctonguy said:

@accio7.....that's awesome...love seeing stuff like that!

Aw, thank you!

Unfortunately I did not take a ton of photos of the ship and around the ship, majority of them were taken with people I met onboard LOL. This will all change when I do my live blog on Adventure much later this year :)

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I have been very fortunate when it comes to C & A status.  A few years ago, after a 2013 cruise on the Allure, I was shown as being just a couple points shy of Diamond status.  We booked a 2015 cruise on the Jewel and opted for a suite with my daughter and her friend booked in the same cabin as us.  After that cruise I was well clear of Diamond status.  

Next we book a four night on the Brilliance, get our Diamond balcony discount and enjoy the Diamond lounge.  Then in 2017 we take a 8 nighter on the Freedom and again get our discount and Diamond benefits.  A few weeks after returning home I go to check our point totals to see if they have been updated and they had indeed.  I now stood as a Diamond member with a mere 86 points, not the 104 I was expecting.  

So now I start doing the math.  First thing I had to figure out was how many points I should have had for my sailings prior to them changing the point structure (back when you got 1 point per cruise). I knew there was a formula involved which took some googling to find.  Bottom line is that when I figured it all out I did indeed have 86 points.  So I managed to get two cruises as a Diamond member prior to technically being one.  Thank you RC mystery math.

So I figure I have to reason to complain that we never received our Diamond pins.  The bummer is I thought I was so much closer to D+, lol.

 

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