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royal carribean sale.

apparently there is going to be a massive sale on royal caribbean cruises tommorow, i think you have to book them off the website though, so it might be a bit of hassle. :)
 

Pam in CA

Captain
Wouldn't go on RCI if I was paid. Too big, too impersonal for me.
I've taken several RCCL cruises and while they aren't my first choice, I wouldn't hesitate to go again if the price and timing were right. The Oasis/Allure are big but I've heard good things about them, that there is enough public space and activities so you don't feel like you're cruising with 5,000+ people. Heck, that's a small city. :) If I had grandchildren, I'd certainly consider cruising on one of them.
 

Captain2

Deckhand
What about your shares Pam. As for me, being ancient I like smaller "passenger ships" Oriana,Warwick Castle, Strathmore, Strathnaver, and Achille Laura.
Rhapsody and Legend are as big as I want to get
 

Pam in CA

Captain
What about your shares Pam. As for me, being ancient I like smaller "passenger ships" Oriana,Warwick Castle, Strathmore, Strathnaver, and Achille Laura.
Rhapsody and Legend are as big as I want to get
Sold my shares. :( I generally like all ships and have a 14-day cruise booked for December on the Pacific Princess, 670 passengers. I've taken several river boat cruises as well with 100-300 passengers.
 
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