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Old 08-22-2010, 06:42 PM
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My husband owes me an easy vacation and we have been on Liberty twice already and love the ship. There is a 4 day cruise on Nov. 28 for really a great price but I am thinking would miss the other 3 days on the boat! Otherwise, I would choose the Mariner on Dec.5 for 7 days. We have never been on the Mariner so I am having a split decision...Please help!!
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You may get lots of different opinions on this. Going by your countdown, since you're going to be on a 7 night cruise on the Oasis in January, I would say go with the 4 night cruise on the Liberty. I will be on her sister ship, the Freedom, in October.
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Old 08-23-2010, 10:47 AM
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Thanks McPayne. I am just not sure if it is worth it to go on a 4 day Liberty Cruise. There is so much to do in just 7 days and I don't want to miss out on it!
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It looks like you live on the West coast so you would need to take into consideration the cost of airfare for the Liberty. With that in consideration, I would probably just do the Mariner where you can drive.
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Old 08-23-2010, 07:35 PM
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If you liked Liberty, there is no reason you wouldn't also like Mariner. We've been on her three times, and she is a great ship, with a great crew. California is loosing a wonderful asset due to their lack of interest (or their great economy). Give Mariner a shot-you won't be disapointed
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Hello ask2112, WELCOME TO CRUISE-CHAT! I'd take 7 days on the Mariner over 4 days on the Liberty without a second thought. I've been on both ships several times and find it hard to say which one I like most. The Mexican Riviera is a great change from the (same ol' same ol') Caribbean cruises--especially during the months the whales are migrating, which includes December.

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Old 08-24-2010, 08:44 AM
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Thanks for the replies and welcome! It does look like we are leaning towards the Mariner, for a full week vacation and something different as you say Sonny. The Mexican Riviera will definitely be a change to the same ol' Caribbean route. Thanks for all your input, I'll let you know what we decide
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