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Mikedk 05-06-2010 12:19 PM

We had 24 awesome days onboard Equinox.
Overwhelming - Innovation - Top-Class.
5 stars for food - crew - CC stateroom - cleanliness.
But no seawater/saltwater pool. 3 pools with clorine water. Our next cruises will be onboard ships with seawater pools.

Dave 05-06-2010 01:38 PM

Thanks for the report. I loved the Equinox. You prefer seawater pools? Why? Just curious. I think you are in the minority on that preference. The thing is you might be running out of new ships if you want seawater. Pretty much all the new ships being built have fresh water pools.

penny3333 05-06-2010 01:56 PM

Thank you for your report. I'm so glad to hear your cruise was a huge success. Did you go to the glass blowing? What was your favorite port? Please let us know what you select for your next cruise http://bestsmileys.com/waving/7.gif

Mikedk 05-07-2010 10:15 AM

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Originally posted by Dave:
Thanks for the report. I loved the Equinox. You prefer seawater pools? Why? Just curious. I think you are in the minority on that preference. The thing is you might be running out of new ships if you want seawater. Pretty much all the new ships being built have fresh water pools.
Dave your right. I know that the USA people prefer the pool with chlorine. And three thirds of all guests are from USA.
Seawater is good for nose and head. In Caribbean there are so many excursions for a beach breack! Why? Seawater!
Summit has the best pool that we ever seen. So back for a maybee older ship. But with seawater.

Mikedk 05-07-2010 10:34 AM

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Originally posted by penny3333:
Thank you for your report. I'm so glad to hear your cruise was a huge success. Did you go to the glass blowing? What was your favorite port? Please let us know what you select for your next cruise http://bestsmileys.com/waving/7.gif
Glass blowing of course. We did it twice. Fantastic.
Cadiz in Spain. A 5 minutes walk and you are right in the middle of the old town.
Next cruise in October. 19 days on Navigator of the Sea, and in April 2011 Liberty of the Seas for the Eastbound crossing. Ships with seawater pools!

penny3333 05-07-2010 10:53 AM

We did the glass blowing twice on the Solstice, too. It was so interesting to watch them work.

Have you done a transatlantic before? I would like to do one, one of these days.

Mikedk 05-08-2010 10:57 AM

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Originally posted by penny3333:
We did the glass blowing twice on the Solstice, too. It was so interesting to watch them work.

Have you done a transatlantic before? I would like to do one, one of these days.
Yes, we have done the crossing 7 times since 2006. It's so relaxed and laid back. We love the days at sea.


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