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Old 07-13-2009, 05:01 AM
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The programs has always had interchangeable privileges. For instance, if you had 5 cruises on RCI and went on Celebrity you would have Celebrities Select privileges (5-9 cruises). What you can't do is combine cruises say 5 cruises on RCI and 5 on Celebrity. That would still be in the Select level. You can't combine them for 10 which would be Celebrity's Elite level.
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I really need to work on my RCI credits.
Dang Larry! I remember before you were Platinum. You are getting close to Milestone.

This is one lesson I wish CCL would take from RCI, and allow Carnival cruises to count on Princess.

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Old 07-13-2009, 10:39 AM
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This is one lesson I wish CCL would take from RCI, and allow Carnival cruises to count on Princess.
Then they would have to include Costa, Cunard, Seabourn, and Holland-America too. I doubt that will happen.
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You're right CF, but one can dream. Heck I'd be Elite+.
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If you go on a cruise longer than 12 nights, you get extra cruise credits. I'm going on a 15-night cruise and will get two cruise credits.

Yes, those in Miami can rack up those credits! Too bad RCI doesn't do a 3-nighter from Baltimore (just sale around the harbor ).

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How about sailing out of Chicago? A Saint Lawrence Seaway Cruise instead of a Panama Canal Cruise.

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I was reading a story about cruising to Canada. One of the limits on the St. Lawrence is the "air draft" (maximum vessel height). Bridges to the west of Quebec City put a crimp on vessel size.
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Here's one you can try closer to home.
 
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