Originally Posted by aerospace
It may help to check around. For instance it is easier to get to the top level on celebrity and then you automatically get a similar level on other lines owned by the same company. I've never been on Azamara but I'd get the perks on the first trip I do take now.
I wish Carnival had a similar program to Royal.
Now that is true-and we need only 2 more points to be "elite" on Celebrity. My husband likes a 7 day offered by RCI for a Baltic that if we were to go next year we would more than likely do-however I am willing to wait to 2015 and do a longer cruise. If he insists next year is the year then I want to go back on the Connie for a 4 day in conceriage so we can get those perks. I love cappucino!
Equal opportunity cruiser since 1998-4 Carnival, 4 RCI, 3 HAL, 3 Princess, 5 Celebrity, 3 NCL, 1 Disney
I have now achieved-
ONE HUNDRED DAYS ON A CRUISE SHIP!!!!!!!!!!
146 days total