May Repositioning Cruise

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  1. snusnu

    snusnu Mouseketeer

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    When the PC repo cruises were first announced, I read that a "limited" number of staterooms would be made available for sale. Does anyone know if, in fact, the ship will be full with paying passengers, or if cabins will be unoccupied. Seems kind of odd that, with the demand, they wouldn't open the whole ship. I can't help but think selfishly that it would be nice if the ship were partially empty!


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  3. jrabbit

    jrabbit DIS Veteran

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    My guess is that there will be more than a few Disney VIP's on board, therefor the "limited" number of rooms.

    My guess is that we will be filled to the rafters.

    But then again, are they going to stop and replenish the food in a forgein country? If they are not then just maybe the ship will only be about 1/2 full.

    I started off very certain, but now :confused3 :confused3 I don't know :confused3 :confused3
     
  4. EpcotKilterFan

    EpcotKilterFan <font color=red>The first to extend her Fish<br><b

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    Judging by how many people just from this board on that cruise, it will be filled to the rafters.

    Welcome to the DIS!!

    Come and join us on the Repositioning Cruise thread: Click here DOn't be intimidated by the length of the thread. It was started the day the cruised opened up. Just jump in and we can catch you up.

    It is getting closer!

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  5. seaulater

    seaulater FIRST TO MAGICALLY CROSS FROM KINGDOM TO KINGDOM A

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    On the 10 day Christmas Cruise they flew in the food and restocked the ship. I asked the galley manager (when we took the galley tour) personally, and he told me that Disney never accepts food at a foreign port and even on the 7 day if they need anything, it is flown in from Florida and loaded at the port they are at.

    So, to make a long story short, they will be restocking the ship with food during the 14 day cruise as per the galley team!

    Linda
     
  6. mikelan6

    mikelan6 World Traveler, Usually Optimistic

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    When you go on a cruise, you start noticing the absence of fresh fruits. Bananas for example aren't available once they've gone past ripe.
     

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