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Old 05-06-2018, 1:01 PM
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We’ll be departing on a cruise to Berrmuda in a few weeks. I plan to take my BC125AT along for listening to air traffic near the airport in Newark. Do you know FOR SURE if Celebrity PROHIBITS scanners on board their ships?
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It's not on the prohibited items list. It would be up to security's discretion.

See this: https://forums.radioreference.com/ca...ise-ships.html
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50/50 - I had mine confiscated during a Celebrity Cruise from Lauderdale, yet by Royal Caribbean [Parent Co] has never been an issue, other than to ensure they do not transmit
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We’ll be departing on a cruise to Berrmuda in a few weeks. I plan to take my BC125AT along for listening to air traffic near the airport in Newark. Do you know FOR SURE if Celebrity PROHIBITS scanners on board their ships?
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HAM Radios are on the list and security would not know the difference, neither would the LE on-site

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It's not on the prohibited items list. It would be up to security's discretion.

See this: https://forums.radioreference.com/ca...ise-ships.html
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Ham radios are on the list and security would not know the difference, neither would the LE on-site
Yup. We're idiots. I've been in LE more than half my life and I'm still unsure which end of the gun is the loud one.
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Lovely way to talk about your fellow LE/CJ Co-Workers
and welcome to my IGNORE list

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Yup. We're idiots. I've been in LE more than half my life and I'm still unsure which end of the gun is the loud one.
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Excellent response! You post an insult, and when that insult is responded to, you ignore the responder.

Well played, Sir!

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