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wkeener
Contributor Level: Second Mate
Apr 22, 2015

I lost a diamond necklace on the next to last night and the cleaning service people found it and turned it in that says something for the honesty of the ships staff

Pinman
Contributor Level: Purser
May 11, 2014

Take advantage of the free on-board activities such as trivia, the quest, and late night comedy.

ARCruiser
Contributor Level: Purser
Apr 08, 2013

Bring a few extension cords. The room had only a few outlets.

jlrod1221
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Feb 14, 2016

Definitely hit up the Viking Lounge bar, and make sure you take the time to see the comedy shows as well as the game show "The Quest." These were hilarious and worth staying up for (as long as you're willing to get a little crazy).

khill98
Contributor Level: Purser
Oct 24, 2015

If you purchase digital images of your photos, ask them to show you the image file before you leave the shop. Once you're off the ship, it is very difficult to get resolution.

lesdrinky
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Jul 08, 2015

Generally, do as much research as you can before you book............

mbubel53
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 24, 2015

Things they don't tell you. Wi-Fi is $40/day, and no phone service without it. Get a tender ticket early for Grand Cayman or it will take you 3-4 hours to get off the ship. Don't buy Cuban cigars to bring back. (immigration will destroy).

bear2301
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 24, 2015

My Waiter Juan always had my favorite drink on the table before I got there for dinner.

carolvandeven
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 10, 2015

The promenade was really pretty. We had an emergency at home and inquired about a ship to shore phone call. Without knowing our details, the front desk offered us a free call.

melcourcier
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Jun 07, 2015

The ship is so big and beautiful. Look at the layout ahead of time to have an idea where to go. 1st day, go to studio B to get ice show tickets, they're free, but needed for the limited seating shows! Try the rockwall, flowrider, and ice rink! Get to know your stateroom attendant, very helpful!

wwojtaszek
Contributor Level: Deck Hand
Apr 22, 2015

Bring jacket for ice shows. Virtual balcony was a nice touch for inside cabin.

ejmatejek
Contributor Level: Purser
Oct 11, 2014

Always have breakfast at the Windjammer. Great views of where you have been. The pool deck is a great place to relax and meet people.

May 20, 2015

Room service was so quick at getting exactly what I asked for.

MickiMoore
Contributor Level: Purser
Feb 04, 2015

Enjoy the Piano Man. He is much fun.

briggs75077
Contributor Level: Purser
Jan 21, 2015

You will need to bring multi-plugs or extension cords. I also travel with a small fan since I am used to ceiling fans. I kept getting turned around so an in-room ship map would be helpful! Pre-plan your on-shore excursions and book early. The best sold out early!

bbchen68
Contributor Level: Purser
Jan 21, 2015

Eating breakfast and dinner in the dining room is a great way to meet people!

lorrykn
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Oct 12, 2014

quite spot captain's observation deck, very nice place to relax without the crowd.

wahein50
Contributor Level: Purser
Oct 11, 2014

Explore every available area of the ship. There is a lot to see and do and if you don't take some time to explore the ship, you will miss something for sure.

VeteranTCruiser
Contributor Level: Purser
Oct 05, 2014

Crew members-smiling faces everywhere. Lots of effort, talent & interest in our cruise experience.

mschenk1
Contributor Level: Purser
Sep 28, 2014

Make sure you explore every part of the ship! So many things to see and do.


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