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Day -2 - Pre-cruise

As I looked out this morning, the weather in beautiful St. Louis, MO confirmed that it is indeed time for a cruise.

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Nothing like a dreary day with the first flurry of snow for the year covering the roof tops to remind you that it's been 364 days of dry dock, time to start the live-blog, and offer a miserable picture to test out how to insert them into the blog and have them sized correctly. 

Sailings

We will being a pseudo-side to side on Oasis and Enchantment out of Port Canaveral.  Oasis will be a 7-night Western Caribbean starting November 11 through November 18.  One night spent in Port Canaveral, then a 4-night Bahamas sailing on Enchantment from November 19 through November 23.

Itinerary

Day 1 - Port Canaveral, FL

Day 2 - Sea Day

Day 3 - Labadee

Day 4 - Falmouth

Day 5 - Sea Day

Day 6 - Cozumel

Day 7 - Sea Day

Day 8 & 9 - Port Canaveral

Day 10 - CocoCay

Day 11 - Nassau

Day 12 - Sea Day

Day 13 - Port Canaveral

We have a beach bungalow booked for Labadee.  Falmouth we will probably stay in the cruise terminal.  Cozumel we will be going to Nachi Cocom, then heading downtown to Coz Coffee and Chocolateria Isla Bella.  CocoCay we have a Cabana booked, and then probably the cruise terminal again in Nassau.  

Who is Sailing:

It will be my wife, Abby, our 4 year old daughter, and I on this sailing.  I cruised once when I was a kid on the Big Red Boat.  My next cruise was last year with Abby on Majesty of the Seas, and went to Grand Bahama and CocoCay (which we missed due to weather.)  I get cruise incentives from my land-based casino, so we booked that cruise after final payment date on a whim.  It was right before we left on the sailing that I found RCBlog, and now I am fully indoctrinated.  This will be our daughter's first cruise, and she's been counting down the number of "sleeps" left since we were at 20.  She can't wait to meet new friends in Adventure Ocean, and has been trying to convince us that all of her friends from school can come with us.  So while this is our second RC cruise, it will be our first 7-nighter, first Oasis Class, and first just about everything else including first time in each of these ports.  

Other logistics

Packing has been ongoing for about a week.  Hoping to get it all finalized tonight.  We fly out tomorrow from STL to MCO via Southwest.  Tomorrow night will be in the Country Inn & Suites near the port.  We will have a rental car from MCO to the hotel, returning it at the port.  For the night in between cruises, we had the same hotel booked, choosing it originally due to the on-site laundry facilities.  After @Matt posted the blog about the Holiday Inn Beach Club, we changed our stay there, due to in-room laundry, as well as everything else on property.  Possibly even taking the rental car to Publix to cook dinner for ourselves.  After we debark Enchantment, we are taking a shuttle from PC to MCO for our flight back.

Cabins

On Oasis we have a JS on deck 6 booked.  The location should be great for it's location, and we envision Johnny Rockets for breakfast most mornings.  On Enchantment, I've done the best I can do to ensure that my daughter will become a full on suite snob by booking a GS.  The pricing was great for the upgrade, plus we got a great deal on the Oasis sailing by booking during a WOW sale last year with KSF and free gratuities.  (Although I feel like I'm probably heading to #suitesnob status as well.  Looking at booking Oasis again in Feb of 2020, and my eye is on a Crown Loft Suite...)

Other thoughts

-We will be #TeamNoDX.  I had weight loss surgery in February and can't really drink much (down 200 lbs in about a year).  My last drink was 2 weeks before surgery, but I imagine I may have to have at least a sip or two while on the ship or at Nachi.

-We have the 3 night dining package booked on Oasis.  We plan on being #TeamCK (more influence from our favorite Stubborn Canadian (wouldn't let me tag @lovetocruise2002 for some reason).  If we can't do CK, we may opt for Solarium Bistro.  On Enchantment we don't have any specialty dining booked.  We'll either see if there are deals available, or take advantage of the MDR service in our room, especially on Thanksgiving Day.  

-Pictures will be with my iPhone 8 and the moment lenses.  I'm opting not to bring my DSLR this trip, just so I can enjoy the journey, and work on shot selection vs. shot quality.  Once I get a better idea of what shots to take on a cruise, and how to frame them, I move to bringing my DSLR.  

-We are excited for our daughter's first cruise.  This will be her second time flying, but the first was with Grandma and Grandpa, so we're looking forward to that also.  We are doing the Dreamworks Breakfast on Oasis, and the girls will be doing the Cupcake class on Enchantment.

Finally, I'm hoping to do the live blog justice.  Lots of great influences on the site, and I hope I hold a candle to some of them.  We do have VOOM, so I'll try to be as interactive as possible.  If there are questions, I'll try to get them answered.  

Now it's off to iron my best shorts and t-shirt for formal night and finish packing.  

-Lance

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4 minutes ago, WAAAYTOOO said:

So excited for y'all.  This is going to be a great blog.  I can tell already !  Safe travels

No Pressure.  Lol.  

3 minutes ago, WAAAYTOOO said:

WOW !  Congrats on the weight loss. That's incredible !  200 pounds in a year !  

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Thank you.  I feel like a new person.  This is from our family pictures, separated by one year.  Should have about another 50 lbs to go...

Also, you know it's time for vacation when you get a text from school saying "Your daughter has been tormenting one of the boys at school today, and decided to pull her pants down and shake her butt and him."  SMH.....

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9 minutes ago, betatke1480 said:

No Pressure.  Lol.  

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Thank you.  I feel like a new person.  This is from our family pictures, separated by one year.  Should have about another 50 lbs to go...

Also, you know it's time for vacation when you get a text from school saying "Your daughter has been tormenting one of the boys at school today, and decided to pull her pants down and shake her butt and him."  SMH.....

I'm sorry.  I shouldn't laugh but that story about your daughter is the cutest thing I've heard all week.  She must be a hand full.

JUST W.O.W on the weight loss.  I don't know what else to say.  🙂

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53 minutes ago, WAAAYTOOO said:

I'm sorry.  I shouldn't laugh but that story about your daughter is the cutest thing I've heard all week.  She must be a hand full.

JUST W.O.W on the weight loss.  I don't know what else to say.  🙂

Yeah, she has quite the personality. Forever she was the only girl in her class, so she can be quite the tomboy. And I couldn’t help but laugh when I got that text. I thought it was too funny not to share. She’s as ready as mom and dad are for the cruise. 

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2 hours ago, betatke1480 said:

it will be our first 7-nighter, first Oasis Class

You are in for a treat!!!!!

2 hours ago, betatke1480 said:

I've done the best I can do to ensure that my daughter will become a full on suite snob by booking a GS.

 

2 hours ago, betatke1480 said:

(Although I feel like I'm probably heading to #suitesnob status as well.  Looking at booking Oasis again in Feb of 2020, and my eye is on a Crown Loft Suite...)

Welcome to the #suitesnob club! Lol. And you still should have been my neighbour for March.  Cannot see @Matt as a suitable substitute Genie. 😄

2 hours ago, betatke1480 said:

We plan on being #TeamCK (more influence from our favorite Stubborn Canadian

You are welcome.  You will not regret it.  Looking forward to hearing how the reservations go with the JS booking.  I have a JS booked right now on Symphony and I am watching prices so carefully to get to at least a GS.  Major reason is because of that CK issue with the JS on OA class ships...

2 hours ago, betatke1480 said:

Finally, I'm hoping to do the live blog justice. 

I agree with @WAAAYTOOO. This is going to be a good one, I can already tell.  And thank goodness for something else to hold me over another 50 days.  This month has been awful watching the Symphony TA scopes, and now all the Symphony GC ones.  It is killing me lol....

Safe travels! And obviously, following. 🙂

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Love seeing a family review. Can’t wait to see what your daughter thinks of the whole experience!

And to mimic others, congrats on the weight loss! I know it’s not an easy thing to go through and takes a lifetime commitment. Most of us can’t stay consistent with what and how much we consume week to week so total props. 

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Day 1

Travel day was relatively uneventful.  SWA is always very easy to deal with, plus we are TSA Pre-check, which is always better.  TSA was a little delayed since a cat had attacked a woman just before we got to the airport, and there was apparently blood all over, so they had to move the regular line to the Pre-Check line.  Luckily our daughter handled it well, and got a nifty Jr. Officer sticker, and who doesn’t love stickers?

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National Rent-A-Car was easy in Orlando.  If you are an Emerald Club member, you just go to the garage and pick any car you want.  We were out of the airport about 5 minutes after getting our bags, and on our way to Port Canaveral.  Checked into the hotel and then headed out to dinner.  We ate at Cocoa Beach Ale House per @Matt recommendation.  It was very good.  Abby and Virginia shared a pizza, which was very tasty.  Dough and sauce both made in house.  I had the Mahi Mahi sandwich, and it was also very good.  After dinner was dessert at Twistee Treat?  It’s soft-serve ice cream from a building that looks like an ice cream cone.  Then it was back to the hotel to get to bed.  

We stayed at the Country Inn & Suites near the port.  Originally, I picked this hotel both due to the proximity to the port, and because it has on-site laundry, and we would stay there again in between cruises.  The room we had was a queen bed for the adults, and then two twin beds in a separate area, almost like an alcove, for Virginia.  It was kind of a cool concept, but the bed was pretty rough, the walls were thin, and I’m not sure I would stay there again.  Being right across from the elevator I’m sure didn’t help much.  

The next morning was cruise day!!!  The upside of our room was being able to see Lady O from our window:

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We were up early, and needed to kill time, so we went and ate breakfast down the street at Southern Charm Café.  It was very good, and I highly recommend it for breakfast.  Their cakes and pies were homemade and looked delicious.  We may try lunch here on “turnaround” day.  Then it was to the port to return the car and board.  

With the Jr. Suite, we went through the suites line for security and check-in.  We got to the port at 10:20, we were checked in by 10:36, and after a short wait in the holding pen, we were on-board at 10:45.  It was absolutely amazing to step into the promenade, and the breadth that is an Oasis Class ship.  We loved Majesty, but I feel like you could almost put her inside the promenade.

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We explored the promenade some, and then went straight up to 17 to try and get reservations for Coastal Kitchen.  I had some concerns about this due to a couple of factors.  The biggest of which was from recent Cruise Compasses that showed CK as Star and Sky Class only, and Pinnacles. We went up to CK, and our card wouldn’t work in the door.  We waited for a while to see if there was anyone inside, or to try and catch someone, but had no luck.  Virginia was getting anxious, so we decided to come back and try again closer to dinner.  Luckily, Paul was at Grills, so we were able to connect via the Insider group on Facebook, and we headed to Deck 5, Aft, where Paul got this picture of us.  Great thanks to Paul, and it shows how being an Insider is so great! (Shameless Plug).IMG_0771.jpeg.8b5310ddffd25a772dcfeadb2a2aba8a.jpeg

 

 

Off to Central Park we went to update our 3 night dining reservations, with no issue at all in getting our choices.  Then it was to Park Café for a Kummelweck Sandwich, extra horseradish and mustard.  Just as tasty as advertised.

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Neither Abby nor Virginia wanted one, so it was off to the promenade for Sorrentos.  They both thought it was pretty good.  Virginia liked it so much that we had to go back for two more pieces after muster drill to take to the room for “pre-dinner”.  

After some more exploring of the ship, taking a spa tour, and getting a stern talking to from Virginia that I didn’t pack swimsuits in the carryon, it was around 1 p.m. so we headed to the room.  Luggage was outside the door about an hour after we got in the rooms, and thankfully nothing was in the naughty room.  Muster went relatively quickly.  As I type this, the “wash your hands” song is now invading my brain again…..

After muster, Virginia needed a rest, so we went back up to the room for sail away and sat on the balcony.  Then it was time to get her to lay down and unpack.  After a fight, we got a successful nap, and then she woke up not knowing where she was.  Once we figured that out, it was all good, and time to head back up to try Coastal Kitchen.

We did confirm that the CC said Star and Sky class only for dinner.  We get to 17, try our card… No luck.  Confirmed that the first few nights it is only for Star and Sky.  It might be open later in the week to try.  We decided we would go try the Solarium Bistro, as we didn’t want the hectic mess of the Windjammer.  This ended up being for the best, as Virginia didn’t handle dinner well, and it would have been tough in CK.  

Dinner was good.  Our waiter, Angelo, was very attentive.  Due to V’s issues, I didn’t get any pictures of the food.  The appetizers were very good, my favorite being the mushrooms.  I had the grilled shrimp as an entrée, Abby had the salmon, and V had the chicken kebabs.  It was definitely nice to have a lighter meal.  The desserts were also very good, and V’s serving of chocolate cake turned the night around for her.  

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Then it was off to play a windy round of mini-golf before Adventure Ocean opened up.  The check-in for AO took about 20 minutes, mainly due to a long line of people who had not registered yet, as well as some kids that were having separation anxiety.  V took off like a freight train with no care in the world, so I headed to the casino as Abby took here ritual first night early bed time.  At 10 o’clock, I left the casino up more than double, so it was time to go get V.  Then it was off to bed early so we could be ready for the Dreamworks Character breakfast tomorrow morning.  

 


Random Thoughts
-It astounds me how many people were buying the drink package on-board.  Do some research!
-The Pineapples walking around with their nametags on makes me giggle a little.  If I ever reach that status, I don’t think I could have the ego to walk around with the badge on…
-We were bummed about CK, but hopefully we can try it in the future.  Solarium Bistro was good, and it was a peaceful option compared to the Windjammer.  
-We purchased the Ultimate Thermal pass for the spa.  For two people, it includes unlimited use of the thermal seats, a 1-hour private mud bath/scrub, and a 1-hour private jacuzzi.  

Tomorrow is a sea day.  We have the character breakfast in the morning, then the mud bath, and dinner at Chops.  As I type this, I’m on my balcony enjoying the nice breeze.  Vacation is great.  

 

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Step count:
13,200 (half of which I had V on my shoulders.  Should count for double)

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11 minutes ago, betatke1480 said:

We did confirm that the CC said Star and Sky class only for dinner.  We get to 17, try our card… No luck.  Confirmed that the first few nights it is only for Star and Sky.  It might be open later in the week to try.  

This is bad news....

Glad you made the best of it and hopefully you can try later on the week.

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I can't imagine your reaction going from Majesty to Oasis !  I think you might be right !  I'll be your could almost fit Majesty in the Promenade !  

Bummer about Coastal Kitchen.  Honestly, this is the first time I have ever heard anyone say that the CK was only for Sky, Star and Pinnacle or that it was "off limits" the first part of the cruise.  If this is true, I think it is a new development and not one that is likely to go over well.  While I think that the food in the CK is a bit overrated, it is a lovely venue with a nice, relaxed atmosphere and you should be able to go there as dinner at CK for Sea class was one of the perks that was advertised.  I would probably cause a semi-scene if I were barred.  Special situations like crossings or otherwise extra long cruises where there are tons of the upper tiers and Pineapples is one thing but a run-of-the-mill 7 night Caribbean sailing is something else completely.  Good luck.  I hope you are able to report back later that you were able to get a good reservation.

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I know the JS card not working to open the CK door is well known.  I guess they don't want Sea Class trying to use Suite Lounge that is part of the space. 

On the CK side just bang on the door during dinner hours.  The host/hostess kiosk is right beside the door inside.  I'd ask them about JS access and ask for reservations if you can, for additional nights.  

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1 hour ago, twangster said:

I know the JS card not working to open the CK door is well known.  I guess they don't want Sea Class trying to use Suite Lounge that is part of the space. 

On the CK side just bang on the door during dinner hours.  The host/hostess kiosk is right beside the door inside.  I'd ask them about JS access and ask for reservations if you can, for additional nights.  

I thought I remembered that, but with how tired Virginia was, I wasn’t fighting that battle yesterday. I will try again tomorrow night and see if I can get a “definitive” answer on the policy for Sea Class on Oasis. 

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5 hours ago, betatke1480 said:

I headed to the casino as Abby took here ritual first night early bed time.  At 10 o’clock, I left the casino up more than double

That's awesome that you're up that much on day one! What's your casino game of choice?

And can I ask you rub off some of your good luck next October when I'm back on Anthem? I need something to thaw out the craps tables when I show up. 😁

 

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Day 2

I'm realizing that I'm not all that great at remembering to take pictures...  I'm also realizing that it would probably be easier with a real camera, as I have conditioned myself not to be on my phone much, so it's hard to remember to get it out to take pictures...

Either way, today was our first sea day.  I was concerned about having the 7:45 am Character Breakfast since we had a late night last night, however my body woke up at 6 am anyway.  Also, we are deck 6 aft, and the breakfast was in Silk, so just one floor down.  

If you have young kids, it was definitely worth it.  The breakfast menu is the same as a standard MDR breakfast, but with catchy names for the kids.  It was $10 per adult, but free for kids.  We waited in the waiting area of Silk, and then were seated at our own table, with the waiter from Solarium Bistro from the night before.  After placing our order, they had all of the kids come up and dance to shake out the wiggles, and then three characters came out individually.  We had Shrek, Puss in Boots, and Princess Fiona.  After each character came out and danced, they came around to each table and took pictures.  Virginia expressed her desire to not have us in any pictures.  We also learned she is scared of Shrek.  

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After that, it was up to Adventure Ocean for the morning session.  Virginia has had a lot of fun every time she's gone.  There's been no crying when we drop her off, and it takes some coercing to get her to come with us.  We're very impressed with all of the staff and programming.  

While Virginia was in AO, Abby and I had our mud scrub scheduled as part of the Ultimate Thermal Pass.  While I'm not normally a Spa type of guy, it was $199 for the 2 of us to have the thermal suite all week, or $250 to add a 1 hour private mud scrub and a 1 hour private jacuzzi.  We took the upsell.  While very weird at first, I will admit that the mud scrub was very relaxing.  They take you to a private room, where you use multiple levels of exfoliant.  Then you apply the mud mask all over your body and enter a steam room.  The steam room has 2 seats that face each other, and after about 20 minutes of steam, water starts to fall from the ceiling so you can get completely clean.  Once finished, you apply moisturizers.  My skin felt amazing afterwards, and it was nice to have a relaxing 60 minutes with just my wife and I.  I'm not sure I would clamor to do it again, but I would think about it.  

After getting cleaned up, we picked up Virginia and had lunch at Wipeout Cafe.  We figured it would be less crowded, and we could eat quick and head to the pool.  The water in the pool was extremely cold, but after doing the circular wave pool, we went to a hot tub and felt much better.  

Then it was time for a nap, so Abby and V took a rest while I went back to the casino, and proceeded to give them back what I borrowed from them the previous night.  I played for quite a while, but ran into some pretty lousy hands at UTH.  I went for a walk around the jogging track, then thought I'd go back up to CK and see if I could rouse anyone.  I knocked on the door, and two people in the suite lounge just looked at me through the crack, then turned their back.  I guess no riff-raff mingling with the suite guests.  I plan to go back up Day 3 around 5:30 and see if I can get reservations, although the Day 3 Cruise Compass still lists it as Star, Sky, and Pinnacles.  

After that adventure, it was back to AO to pick up Ginny and get ready for formal night.  While we don't go full CLR style, we like to get a little dressed up.  Before we went back to the room, I took Ginny to Sorrentos to get some pizza, and we just happened to run into one of Ginny's favorite characters.

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Night made, we headed up to get changed.  Again, our cabin is in a great location.  We got changed and were on the promenade around 5:30 to get pictures, with very little lines anywhere.  Later in the evening it was a much longer wait.  We took our pictures at several locations, and then went back up to change Virginia into regular clothes for AO.  Another quick stroll through the promenade, picture with Captain Goran, whom Ginny had already met earlier in the day at AO, then time for a kid free date night.  

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Dinner tonight was in Chops.  This was our first Chops experience, and I was very excited.  With my current diet, I am limited on red meat and carbs, so I was saving myself for the filet.  It was absolutely amazing.  Better than a lot of land-based restaurants.  The service was amazing.  None of my pictures turned out very well, except for the Red Velvet cake that we had to get for @Sweety.  Abby told me to order, since I "have the inside scoop".  I had the peppered bacon app, and she had the crab cake.  The bacon was pretty good.  The crab cake was on the dry side, and very crumbly.  Flavor was nice though.  Next was a Caesar salad for Abby, and the mushroom soup for me.  The soup could have used a drop of creme fraiche to balance the earthiness of the mushrooms, but was nice.  Both of us had the filet for main, and our sides were baked potato, mushrooms, cheesy tots, and mac and cheese.  Baked potato was the best, as we seasoned it ourself.  The rest of the sides suffered from lack of seasoning.  This must have been common, as the table next to us asked for some sea salt to garnish their sides as well.  Service was spectacular however.  Dessert was the red velvet cake, and warm apple pie a la mode.  Bother were excellent.  (I should mention, Abby and I met in culinary school, where we trained to be pastry chefs.  Neither of us do this professionally anymore, but we still dabble.) 

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After dinner, we decided to call it a night, pick up Virginia, and head to bed.  We had big day at Labadee planned for Day 3 in a beach bungalow.  

 

 

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2 hours ago, betatke1480 said:

go back up to CK and see if I could rouse anyone.  I knocked on the door, and two people in the suite lounge just looked at me through the crack, then turned their back

This is just getting awful.  I am upset for you.

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24 minutes ago, Lovetocruise2002 said:

This is just getting awful.  I am upset for you.

To clarify, it was not crew. They were passengers. I thought I saw crew, but they weren’t right next to the door. Guest services looked puzzled when I asked why Sea class wasn’t listed for CK. They gave me the CK manager’s number and I’m going to call tomorrow to see about reservations. After a long day at Labadee, we decided on Sabor for dinner tonight. 

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1 hour ago, betatke1480 said:

To clarify, it was not crew. They were passengers. I thought I saw crew, but they weren’t right next to the door. Guest services looked puzzled when I asked why Sea class wasn’t listed for CK. They gave me the CK manager’s number and I’m going to call tomorrow to see about reservations. After a long day at Labadee, we decided on Sabor for dinner tonight. 

Good luck.  Keep us posted 😉

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2 hours ago, betatke1480 said:

Guest services looked puzzled when I asked why Sea class wasn’t listed for CK. They gave me the CK manager’s number and I’m going to call tomorrow to see about reservations.

I wish you luck! I admit my rooting for you isn’t entirely selfless as I have a junior suite on Allure next year so this is making me quite nervous about our ability to dine in CK as much as we would like. But it does make me feel better for your chances that guest services looked puzzled when you asked about it. Like @Lovetocruise2002 I was getting very upset and indignant on your behalf. 

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