Really curious to see how they work the pool-deck stage. I was on the Magic in October, and I don't think there's enough "flat" room. It IS probably a smaller stage than 70K's, though.
Maximum points for trolling the Forum, there.Shitrocked announced this today.
I think the Magic is a bit smaller. Didn't feel quite as lengthy anyway, since those ships have three elevator banks, while Royal's only have two.
At least one Oasis-class ship -- world's biggest -- homeports in Miami (Symphony OTS), so Royal's facilities and the port itself (turn-basin, etc.) should be able to handle anything.Unless its specifically RC's facilities at Miami cannot handle their bigger ships. Which I guess would mean that leaving from Miami would be an option for 70K if we did change cruise lines.......
And we know 70K won't be on the sailing between MORC and Rock Legends, too.
We are all basically Jon Snow in this matter.
Don't worry, I'm sure we'll all know the line-up plus the sail date sometime before we sail. But this trend is annoying as F!
Yep. Some of my friends are already bailing on 70K to go to Psycho Las Vegas...and frankly, I can't blame them. I'm looking at the possibility myself.
The first few years on MORC, we could book the next cruise before leaving the ship. They would stick flyers in the cabins on the 2nd night with a sampling of bands and you could turn it in on the ship.cowboy71 wrote: ↑Sun Feb 23, 2020 3:17 amJust out of interest, Pre-sale for Shiprocked 2021 starts this week. and they sail Jan 18 to 23.
And Monsters of Rock 2021 have their prices up already, with their booking opening March 10
https://monstersofrockcruise.com/pricin ... ilability/
https://monstersofrockcruise.com/mor-20 ... -schedule/
Wouldn't it be nice to have all of this a year in advance?
you are a 100 % right, there are many types of jobs where staff put in for their annual leave a year in advance , many personal arrangements it is best to start planning 9 months to a year in advance also .
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