Welcome to the new members

I am happy to see some new people participating in the Form discussions,  Welcome,  it is always nice to hear from new people.   Glad you found us and looking forward to hearing from you.  We are over all a very nice bunch of people even if we do get off subject some times,  it is all in good fun.

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Great idea to welcome newcomers! Thank you for adding to our discussions. I learn so much from other cruisers.

Welcome aboard!

Greetings from NY Wink

To all newcomers, please don't hesitate to pipe in. Different opinions are great.

Thanks for welcoming me on board. I have already found useful information and certainly find the general attitude of posters a lot kinder than a certain other cruise forum. Hoping to enjoy the site and the forum

Welcome to the site.

Hey from North Carolina!

Thanks for the kind welcome :-)

Don't know how I missed this thread -- Welcome all!

I have noticed more new members in the last couple of weeks, welcome to all the new 2016 members. As I said before we are an overall nice bunch here, we to go off topic from time to time but all in good fun.

We do have Community Guidelines here that you can review. On the bottom of the page under "community Guidelines" under the "Company" heading.

If you have any question please feel free to post in the Forum. Please also feel free to start a topic. The more nice polite people we have the more fun it is for all of us.

I have gotten lots of help here from other members in the Forum when asking about ports and getting from airport to certain ports. There are a lot of nice helpful members here.


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