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Note that registration for the roll call closes three days before sailing. Happy cruising ... Meet & Mingle A: The registration process will allow one individual to register themselves and those under the same Booking Number/Reservation ID for a Royal Caribbean Cruise Critic Community Meet & Mingle. The individual who is noted as the "Contact" for that Reservation ID will receive e-mail confirmation of the Meet & Mingle once it meets the 25 guest minimum registered requirement. You can access the link to register for a Meet & Mingle online at the Royal Caribbean message boards on CruiseCritic website 1. Go online to CruiseCritic.com; select "Boards" 2. Under "ROLL CALL" choose "Royal Caribbean Meet & Mingle" 3. This will take you to the Royal Caribbean Meet & Mingle Roll Call board 4. Select "Register Here" in the Meet & Mingle Onboard box 5. This links directly to the registration pages on the Royal Caribbean web site 6. Enter your Reservation ID/Booking Number, Ship Name and Sail Date 7. Follow the instructions to register for a Royal Caribbean Cruise Critic Community Meet & Mingle on any 7-night or longer cruise vacation. Any problems give Royal Caribbean a call.

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