Chef Ken, I guess is not too much for the service and itinerary. I am used to paying under $75, but that is Carnival. You make a good point about the time off for this length of cruise. One can only dream and plan for something like this someday.
Not so good of a debut for Azamara Cruises. The voyage of the Azamara Journey from Bayonne to Bermuda was delayed 24 hours. It was supposed to leave yesterday but is now supposed to leave today. Apparently the ship still had "cosmetic" issues to resolve, including some cabins not being ready. They offered a full refund to anyone who doesn't want to take the shortened cruise.
Originally posted by Dave Beers:
It was supposed to leave yesterday but is now supposed to leave today. Apparently the ship still had "cosmetic" issues to resolve, including some cabins not being ready. They offered a full refund to anyone who doesn't want to take the shortened cruise.
Some people are on board now so looks like it is a go!
They got a full refund and free cruise for this trip.
who would not go!!!
Maybe just the smokers will jump ship ...they did not tell people there is limited smoking areas ...only 2 until the announcement Friday on the "NEW LINE" .
So people are canceling future bookings
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thanks for Your (funny) answer - it needed some seconds until I understood, but now let's see wether they'll really keep the boats for 18 years. Only a few smoking areas - that sounds good in my ears!!!!
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LHT, if the thread you highlighted is any indication, there are just as many very happy campers as unhappy campers regarding the Quest's no-smoking-except-in-allowed-areas policy. I agree that it will be interesting to see if they have more problems than usual filling a 710 passenger ship that has a restrictive smoking policy.