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BrynMawrPA

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About BrynMawrPA

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Bryn Mawr PA USA
  • Interests
    golf, cruising, travelling
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    NCL& Princess
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. My TA passed on an email from X 10 minutes ago. X has cancelled our next week cruise and will automatically issue a FCC equal to 125% of our fare for use before 12/31/2021 to book future cruises. Our FCC should include port fee and taxes since X did not mention them separately. Alternatively, we can request 100% cash refund. We are very happy since our next week cruise is a very expensive once-in-a-life-time one. We thank X for the big bonus. Best wishes to you all.
  2. The FCC is based on the cancellation fee. I think that if the fee is 50% at the time of the cancellation, the FCC will be 50% of the fare. If it is 100% (i.e. 48 hours before departure), then it will be 100% of the fare. Thanks for letting me know how they handle the port fee and taxes. We had never done it and will find out when we cancel our cruise next week. Thanks for the information.
  3. My understanding is that your credit card refunds only consists of those from airfares via Celebrity, excursions, etc. not the cruise fare or port fees and taxes. Please note that " all Cruise with Confidence FCC must be redeemed on sailings departing on-or-before December 31, 2021. You will pay the difference if the new cruise fare is more than the FCC. If lower, the new cruise fare will be covered in full but any remaining Future Cruise Credit will be issued "30 days after the sailing and must be used within 6 months." For those who have a large FCC, this 30 days limitation needs to be
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