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3) The Cruise Director.

I don't want to imply any kind of bias. . but he seemed *extremely* uninterested in our group. To the point that he never came by to ANY of our functions to even say hello.

 

When our group is 320+ people, and were renting out Studio B (twice) for evening parties, taking over Star Lounge (3 times) for meet and greets, and heck, even having the Helipad roped off for us so we could get a picture?

 

He damn sure SHOULD have stopped by and greeted us.

 

*that* annoyed me.

 

Wait...they had a male cruise director that wasn't gay?

 

 

Our straight friends got into the Love and Marriage game (which he hosted), so we stayed to watch that. . and he made *many* references to his wife while doing the game show.

 

(and yes, we were the ONLY bears from the group that stayed, as he didn't not pick a gay couple, so many who had gone to see it got up and left)

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Source I really like this idea. My wife and I have always wanted to try a cruise mainly to relax and for the food. Feels almost like a starter pack for people who aren't too sure about the cost o

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3) The Cruise Director.

I don't want to imply any kind of bias. . but he seemed *extremely* uninterested in our group. To the point that he never came by to ANY of our functions to even say hello.

 

When our group is 320+ people, and were renting out Studio B (twice) for evening parties, taking over Star Lounge (3 times) for meet and greets, and heck, even having the Helipad roped off for us so we could get a picture?

 

He damn sure SHOULD have stopped by and greeted us.

 

*that* annoyed me.

 

Wait...they had a male cruise director that wasn't gay?

 

 

Our straight friends got into the Love and Marriage game (which he hosted), so we stayed to watch that. . and he made *many* references to his wife while doing the game show.

 

(and yes, we were the ONLY bears from the group that stayed, as he didn't not pick a gay couple, so many who had gone to see it got up and left)

Maybe he voted to make cruises great again...

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Something a bit out of the ordinary

 

I recently had a mini-cruise with "Fjord Line" From Bergen, Norway to Hirtshals, Denmark. So i thought i would share some photos with you. The ship i sailed on was the almost new (2014) MS Bergensfjord. The ship leaves Bergen at 13.30 and arrive in Hirtshals the next morning at 08.00, then you can choose to stay on the ship up to "Langesund, Norway and back, or you can spend the day in Denmark. Since the ship don`t leave for Bergen until 20.00 you have 12 hours to spend in Denmark. I choose to spend the day in Denmark and drove to Aalborg. Then the ship Leave Hirtshals at 20.00 and arrive Bergen 12.30 the next day.

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This is the ship i sailed on

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Here is the route: Bergen-Stavanger-Hirtshals-Langesund-Hirtshals-Stavanger-Bergen

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Here it comes (crappy photo from my car)

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My cabin

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Bathroom

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Easy to remember where your car is on the car deck

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View of Bergen from my cabin

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Some photos from around the ship

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One of the restaurants

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Lounge in the front of the ship with big windows so you can enjoy the view

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A delicious and cheap! Mojito (at least cheap by Norwegian standards...)

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Beautiful view

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This is where passengers without a car board the ship

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This used to be a Tapas bar, but have now been converted in to a sportsbar

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Sailing past my hometown "Haugesund"

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The "Karmsund" bridge

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Avaldsnes church opened in year 1250. To the left in the photo is the Avaldsnes viking village, they have reconstructed the viking village that used to be there based on the ruins found at the site

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LNG tankers laid-up

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A little lounge

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This is the self-service restaurant

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The buffet restaurant where I had a delicious breakfast

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This huge painting used to hang in the dining room of the Norwegian America Line`s ship "Bergensfjord" built in 1956

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You can see it in the background here

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Waiting for the ship in Hirtshals

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Hirtshals lighthouse

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Time for dinner!

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Really tall chairs

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This is the BEST steak dinner i have ever had!

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All Norwegians favorite thing...

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CHEAP ALCOHOL!

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They also have candy, chocolate, clothes, perfume, tobacco and so on

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A model of the ship

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Arriving Bergen again

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Nice pictures! I did the trip between Langesund and Hirtshals back in 2014 with the same ship. Definitely a very nice ship for short/overnight trips.

 

Bonus points for featuring Bergen in your report!

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what a nice ship! (looks about the same size as the 1st Celebrity ship we went on)

 

Nice to see so many options of things to do on board, even for a short trek!

 

and great pics.

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I miss the overnight ferry, from Stockholm to Helsinki.

 

^^^^ This route looks great, the ship looks wonderful, and that room you got, looks...

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This isn't really a cruise ship but it feels kinda like one so here's a little bit of a TR.

 

So I had decided to go on a day cruise to Tallinn on 13.3, as I'm interested in transport and Tallink-Silja had just opened a brand new ship called Megastar, that took you between Tallinn and Helsinki in just 2 hours (the trip is 80km or about 50 miles), faster if the gulf of finland isn't frozen (and it wasn't on that day). It replaced the Superstar ship that got sold back to it's homeland Italy, and now the Megastar does the service that the Star ship used to do when Superstar was still in service. So while Star is in Helsinki, Megastar is in Tallinn and vice versa. Anyway, since Star is an older ship (built in 2007) they replaced it's services (the more popular times) with Megastar.

 

Now Megastar is an amazing ship in terms of design. While it is larger than Star, it manages to fit so much more in it compared to Star, and has something that Star doesn't have; an airplane business class style sitting lounge. Of course, for extra price you can go in the business or comfort lounges but on Star, if you didn't pay extra you would have to sit in the restaurants if you didn't get a cabin. The sitting lounge does have limited seating, however if you go monday-wednesday you can have a four person table all to yourself. The area doesn't have any reservations. The sitting lounge also includes good wifi (good enough to watch youtube videos at high quality) and USB ports for charging as well as normal outlets for charging your laptop. Of course, legroom is great.

 

Here's a pic pulled off wikipedia because I didn't get a good angle on the whole ship:

 

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The ship has a Buffet, a more standard restaurant, "Chef's kitchen", "Fast Lane" the company's own fastfood place that serves for example high quality burgers and fish n chips, Coffee & co which is a cafe and a Finnish Burger King. There is also a Pub and a Bar (whatever the difference is).

 

There's also a two story tax free store "Traveller superstore" which includes all the alcohol and all the overpriced huge bags of candy you can imagine. There's also a lobby store for more souvenir-y kind of stuff. The traveller superstore conveniently also has a checkout on the lower floor that leads directly to one of the car decks, so you can take your shopping cart to your car. (hanging around in the car deck isn't forbidden on this ship)

 

There are also cabins if you want, they cost on average 30€ per one way and have basic things like a bathroom with a shower and four beds. If you pay 5€ more you'll get an outside cabin with a window to the sea.

 

And here are some of the pictures I took (sorry for the toaster quality):

 

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I really don't know where I am but I know where I'm going so I guess it's fine

 

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This is the inside of the brand new terminal that just opened

 

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Up the lit af escalators

 

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This is the larger waiting area for the ship

 

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There's also a balcony but it's still under construction as the terminal itself is brand new

 

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This is the view, it would probably be nicer if it wasn't March, the worst month for scenery in Finland

 

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Boarding! The walk to the ship was only 20 metres or so which is exceptional.

 

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Nerd shot of whatever those are

 

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There's the burger king

 

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Here's the sitting lounge, first I took this single seat

 

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But after remembering nearly no-one got on the ship I took myself a whole table

 

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It's the Baltic sea!

 

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Here's the culprit for why McDonalds is 95 million usd in debt in Finland, crispy thick cut fries, unlimited drink refills and burgers that taste like food

 

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This is a Big King XXL, so kind of like a big mac but bigger and more fresh

 

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You can buy Carlsberg here (Also the ad says "how about a beer as well" but with a g at the end to make it a burger king pun) All the ads were in Finnish, Estonian and English.

 

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All the surfaces were made of something shiny so my camera couldn't take a pic without it looking like I had slapped a million glam filters on it.

 

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The stairwells

 

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Traveller superstore, also incredibly shiny

 

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Anyone up for 1kg full of over 5000 kcal?

 

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And of course there's the overpriced chocolate (1.30€ more expensive than in Finland for example)

 

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Or a 6.5€ packet with like 8 chocolate covered oreos

 

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But for some reason this Tallink brand vitamineral water ripoff only cost 1.50€ which is cheaper than even regular sodas in Finland (it was pretty good too)

 

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Here's the cafe area

 

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There's the baltic queen, which goes between Tallinn and Stockholm

 

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Here's the Fast Lane area

 

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This is the uppermost car deck, unlike most ships hanging out on the car deck isn't actually forbidden since you can take your shoppings to your car through here. You also board and disembark through here.

 

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This is the D-terminal in Tallinn.

 

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Bonus pic: that limo is a crime to humanity

 

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I didn't take any pics on the ship the way back, but here's a little goodbye pic to the Megastar

 

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This is a night pic of the new helsinki western terminal

 

That's all the pictures I took, thanks for reading this little report!

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Hi everybody,

 

I am taking my first cruise on Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the seas in about 90 days on its Southern Caribbean itinerary. I am unsure of what to expect food and cabin wise on the ship (As I am going with a larger group we booked the Grand Suite), and was wondering if the upcharge restaurants and experiences are worth it, as well as what to do on shore at the ports (St. Maarten, Oranjestad, Willemstad, and Kralendijk). Any advice on the Voyager-class ships would be welcome as well. Really excited for this!

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Hi everybody,

 

I am taking my first cruise on Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the seas in about 90 days on its Southern Caribbean itinerary. I am unsure of what to expect food and cabin wise on the ship (As I am going with a larger group we booked the Grand Suite), and was wondering if the upcharge restaurants and experiences are worth it, as well as what to do on shore at the ports (St. Maarten, Oranjestad, Willemstad, and Kralendijk). Any advice on the Voyager-class ships would be welcome as well. Really excited for this!

 

With the ports, it depends on what you want to do or what interests you. I'll throw out that Bonaire has excellent snorkeling and diving that is far above average for the Caribbean. I can forward to you the company I went with just a couple of months ago: it was $65 USD/person, had a couple really long drift snorkels, and they even provided lunch.

 

Voyager-class ships are nice. They've updated Adventure and the aqua park stuff is probably really cool. I personally don't care that much for the specialty dining (or dining period) on most RCCL ships now and would suggest you'd be just as well off ordering the special steak in the main dining room if you want to go that route.

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Hi everybody,

 

I am taking my first cruise on Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the seas in about 90 days on its Southern Caribbean itinerary. I am unsure of what to expect food and cabin wise on the ship (As I am going with a larger group we booked the Grand Suite), and was wondering if the upcharge restaurants and experiences are worth it, as well as what to do on shore at the ports (St. Maarten, Oranjestad, Willemstad, and Kralendijk). Any advice on the Voyager-class ships would be welcome as well. Really excited for this!

 

we just got off a Freedom Class ship (Liberty of the Seas) that's one bump up from Voyager class.

 

I have a review on here "No Lions or Tigers, but Bears, oh my". . where I talk about (among other things), the food, and amenities.

 

slightly more on Liberty, bigger ship. . but similar.

 

if Giovanni's is offered, I'd recommend it, it's worth the upcharge. As is Chops (we heard).

 

Johnny Rocket's and Sabor?. . not so much.

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Hey guys! I am an avid cruiser, I love it! Normally, I travel with Royal but I have also been on a carnicval ship...once.

 

Anyways, I was wondering what everyone's experience was with booking. I normally book directly with the cruise line, and get what ever deal they are offering. But, I want to know what (if any) draw backs there are if you book through a travel site? Some of them are showing better deals then then the Royal site.

 

Any thoughts are appreciated.

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While I have never used a travel agent, I can say that the best deals I have ever received have been onboard the ship. When we cruise we will book our next cruise on our current trip and the deals they throw at you are some of the best easily. The deals typically get better as the cruise goes on too so don't book within the first few days of travel. I usually wait till the last 2 or 3 days.

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Hey guys! I am an avid cruiser, I love it! Normally, I travel with Royal but I have also been on a carnicval ship...once.

 

Anyways, I was wondering what everyone's experience was with booking. I normally book directly with the cruise line, and get what ever deal they are offering. But, I want to know what (if any) draw backs there are if you book through a travel site? Some of them are showing better deals then then the Royal site.

 

Any thoughts are appreciated.

 

There aren't any drawbacks. Literally zero. Cruiselines basically just take the fee the website or travel agent would for themselves when you book through them. The only drawbacks are for those lines which are more challenging to book through a 3rd party like Windstar. But I'm gonna guess you aren't sailing them anyways...

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The main drawback of using one of the online/actual Travel Agencies is that you no longer have the right to talk directly to Royal Caribbean (or whichever line you're booking). They will insist that you go through your agent. If there are any problems or questions or concerns you have to go an extra step which can take a day or two (or more with some of those online agencies). We have a specific cruise only guy we use because we've used him for years, he's quick to respond, and can offer us better deals than you can get directly though the cruise line. That being said, there have been a few times I've wanted to jump on a price reduction or change something and I miss out because I have to go through him instead of the company directly.

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There is seriously something wrong with these people. I did a Carnival Cruise once and will never make that mistake again. Even if they gave me a free trip, I wouldn't go on a Carnival cruise

 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/cruises/2017/04/17/carnival-cruise-couple-record-sailings/100542648/

 

Cruise crazy: Couple sets record with 200th Carnival sailing - For many cruisers, Caribbean-focused Carnival is a starter brand — a line you sail a few times before you move on to more globe-circling operators such as Holland America or Princess.

 

Not so for Bernard and Janice Caffary.

 

Carnival this month celebrated the Florida couple's 200th cruise with the line — a record for the Miami-based company.

 

The Caffarys crossed the 200 cruise mark on a sailing of the 2,974-passenger Carnival Liberty out of Port Canaveral, Fla.

 

The couple achieved the feat in just 15 years, meaning they averaged more than 13 cruises a year with Carnival. In total, they have spent 878 days at sea with the brand — the equivalent of nearly two and a half years.

 

Inside the Carnival ships that made cruising history

Carnival honored the Caffarys' 200th cruise with welcoming signage throughout the Port Canaveral terminal where the ship is based, and they were the guests of honor during special VIP celebrations.

 

The line says the couple already has 30 more Carnival sailings booked.

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Surprised they are still alive...that's a lot of Carnival food to consume!

 

I remember when Robb and Elissa did a Carnival cruise and they called it the "Klassy Kruise" or something like that.

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http://Disney Cruise Ship Makes Historic Journey Through New Panana Locks

 

April 29, 2017

 

(4 p.m. EDT) -- Disney Wonder today became the first passenger vessel to sail through the Panama Canal's new expanded locks, the first of 18 cruise ships scheduled to make the journey during the 2017-2018 season.

 

The transit represents a major milestone: The expanded locks, which opened in 2016, allow larger vessels to make take the journey; the older lock system is smaller, and many modern cruise ships can't fit through.

 

"The original Panama Canal has been a cruise destination for many years," Panama Canal Deputy Administrator Manuel Benitez said in a press release. "Today’s historic transit marks the beginning of cruise lines being able to include the new locks as part of their itineraries, opening up additional transit options and allowing cruise passengers to witness first-hand this feat of modern engineering."

 

Indeed, the Panama Canal is a popular cruising itinerary, with a short season that runs in late spring and again in early fall. Passengers often sail from a West Coast port, such as San Diego or San Francisco, through the Canal to a Florida port, or vice versa. Disney Wonder is traveling west, on a cruise that began in Port Canaveral and will finish in San Diego, where it will ultimately reposition and begin the Alaska cruise season.

 

Disney Wonder is 984 feet long and 32 meters wide. Other cruise lines also have larger ships that will make the Panama Canal transit for the first time this year, including Caribbean Princess, which is wider than the maximum allowed through the old locks. It will is scheduled to make the transit this fall. The expanded Canal locks are 70 feet wider and 18 feet deeper than the locks in the original Canal.

 

--By Colleen McDaniel, Senior Executive Editor

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Thought you all might enjoy this, since it isn't something seen every day, here is the time lapse of the deconstruction of the Costa Concordia, which has since been completed.

 

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