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What does B1 mean

Asked by: sheree
B is the designation for balcony staterooms. The second letter designates the location of the stateroom on the floor
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-09-18

Ive read alot of reviews that havent been so complimentary about the Pearl 1 thing that struck me was that you have to pay for even a glass of water?

Is this true and also you have to pay for iced tea?
Asked by: Gdvc
Water is complimentary on the ship. However you have to pay for bottled water. Ice tea is also complimentary.
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-11-04

Room Service charge in The Haven?

I'm really frustrated trying to find all this info online. Do we pay the $7.95 convenience fee for room service while staying in The Haven, or is room service part of the butler/concierge that is included in Haven pricing?
Asked by: Delamaine
There is no service charge for ordering room service for Haven guests.
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-10-03

I have a CPAP machine that uses distilled water. Can I bring a gallon bottle of distilled water on board for the machine?

Asked by: jimheff17
If you're worried about bringing distilled water for your CPAP, you're priorities about vacationing are all messed up. Your humidifier does not require distilled water, and if you practice good hygienic methods and wipe out your humidifier each morning, everything will be fine. Do you really want to lug a gallon bottle of water around before you board the ship? What's more, distilled water is only recommended for CPAP machines over the long term, and there is not a requirement that you use distilled water. Now, focus on your cruise, and I hope you sleep well. Plain ol' bottled water is fine!
Answered by: Geocom
Date published: 2018-11-10

I have heard that when you take your medications overseas they have to be in the original containers. Is this true?

My husband and I both keep ours in our daily medication containers. Is this ok?
Asked by: Diamondgirl2867
Normally if you are carrying a few doses for personal use no one is going to bother you for it but it is always better to carry prescription meds in the original containers to avoid questions.
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-10-13

TSA-Type Liquid Restrictions?

On a cruise ship, do you have to adhere to TSA regs and pack only a clear quart bag with liquids in small size containers?
Asked by: Delamaine
The security for getting onboard the ship is not the same as an airline. There are no restrictions on liquids or other such items. Here's a link to prohibited items
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-08-30

Additional bedding?

I have an obstructed Oceanview room, and from the looks of it there are 2 bed, which I will have to put together for 2 of the older guests to use. Are there options to get a roll away bed or anything for me anything the other guest?
Asked by: Adrienne924
If the room is configured for 2 guests, you can't add another guest to that room. If you need another person to your party, they will move you to another room that can accommodate 3 or 4 guests.
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-06-28

Is there a laundry room provided for guests?

Asked by: rebekahn
No. There are no self-service laundries. All ships offer laundry, dry clean & pressing services. They have laundry bags in your stateroom that you can give to the cabin stewards. Usually around the middle of the cruise they offer discounts on the services. However, I wouldn't use it for any delicate or expensive dresses.
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-10-23

What does the cabin feature PrivaSea mean?

Asked by: Kgosden
PrivaSea is NCL's room type name for an enclosed balcony. Enclosed balcony staterooms that are located towards the front or back of the ship have balcony staterooms where the metal hull of the ship forms an enclosure for the balcony. You will still be able to sit outside in the balcony. The advantage is that you have a little more privacy in the balcony compared to a regular balcony stateroom. Take a look at a pic of the ship from outside and you will get an idea of how the enclosed balcony will look from outside.
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-11-09

Timing for Shore Excursions

Ship arrives at 1PM; excursion starts at 1:30. says that disembarkation starts 2 hours after docking, which implies we wouldn't get to the activity in time. Some excursions end 1/2 hr before departure. How much earlier do we need to be on the ship before it departs? This is unclear.
Asked by: Delamaine
You are confusing the arrival time on embarkation day with the time to get on and off the ship at the ports. On embarkation day, you must have checked in at least 2 hours before sail time. At the port, you can disembark within 10-15 min after the ship docks. You have to be back on the ship at least an hour before departure time. If you book an excursion through NCL, you don't have to worry about the times. They will pick you up and drop you back on time.
Answered by: Amit11112
Date published: 2018-10-16
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