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Old 04-11-2007, 11:18 AM
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gkyagermom, Sonny is right. You will have no problems with room assignment onboard. We did a suite and an inside room with one adult assigned to each room. As long as there are no "issues" (screaming, noise etc.) in the kids room, all will go smooth. Since an adult is assigned to the room, there lies the accountability (and the person to pay for the accountability) should something go wrong. The industry just has to play by the legal rules. You will have a great time!
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Old 04-11-2007, 02:40 PM
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The only problem we saw in the Promanade rooms where that you could see into some of them from the glass elevators...it seemed most people kept their drapes closed most of the time....but you aren't in the rooms that much anyway...Have a great cruise. Don't forget to see the ice show....
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Old 04-11-2007, 06:51 PM
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I was just on Navigator, you will love her. The masters name is Leif Bang, the senior most capt. in RCI's fleet. I had the chance to meet him along with his wife, and they were wonderful people. He really shows how and why a ships master can make a difference in the quality of a ships crew and environment. I've never seen a cleaner and better kept ship. I can say that the crew was fare more motivated than I've seen before. Not that others were not, but there was simply something extra in the bounce they had in their steps.
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Old 04-14-2007, 12:53 PM
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You're in for a wonderful experience and with two teens there is no better choice that an RCI Voyager or Freedom Class ship!

You and your family will have great memories to last a lifetime. You'll to go back on another to see everything the ship has to offer, you just can't do it all in one sailing. But then going back just means more great times and memories.

Happy sailing, Neil
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