I just tossed all mine from our December cruise. The activities never change on the same cruise/ship and itinerary you're on so try to find a past cruiser from your cruise who kept them. There'a always a lot going on!
I don't think they create them until right before the sailing and some cases during the week if changes are made (ie.. missed port). If you are going on the same itenerary as in 2004, odds are it's the same thing. If it's different one there are others here that have cruised this ship before and may have copies. The one I have is out of New Orleans last year. Nieciez did the one out of Baltimore last year. There were Bermuda sailings too. To get an exact one for your sailing I don't think that's possible.
We keep our Cruise Compass and use it as a divider in our photo album to separate pictures by day. The Compass and the day's port guide gives a nice sense of context and introduces the pictures. If we get the ambition, we will scan them into our computer with the digital backed up copies. Also, kinda fun to look back and see what was going on during the cruises.
gumballz, We always get at least two copies. Usually we ask the steward and he usually delivers two copies each night. The Pursors desk always has copies of the Compass, as well, which you can just walk up and take.
We just disembarked this morning from Grandeur in Tampa. Saved 2 copies of Compass most days, and the children's programs as well. Would be happy to share one, but planning to use the other in scrapbook.
We had an awesome time. Ship is just beautiful, a great size four our young girls (6 & 7) who enjoyed being able to tell us which way to go, what floor, etc. The "spring break" crowd wasn't too rowdy, and young people from several schools entertained in the centrum most nights before dinner. Waitstaff is remarkable, friendly, always knew our names and accomodated the children's wishes while making them feel like princesses. We're all hooked, and are looking at Alaska for next time...