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  1. Not true. I saw a few passengers turn in health questionnaires at the pier in Seattle. All were seen by the ships doctors who made the decisions whether the passengers were allowed to cruise or not. But I would agree that probably most people would, shall we say, stretch the truth. Tom
  2. Depends on how many stockholders actually cruise on Carnival Corp. owned lines. I would suspect that the number of cruisers owning CCL stock relative to the total number of CCL stock owners is probably relatively small. Maybe not, though. Tom
  3. Nope, 60 days is the limit or until final payment date unless they've changed things in the last few days. Tom
  4. I hope you meant "gangway" and not "gangplank"! Or is that in case your cruise gets hijacked by pirates? 😂 Sorry, couldn't resist that. Tom
  5. You sent this to the wrong person. I have no problems with the medallion at all and am perfectly happy with Princess. Your comment should have gone to scottca075 ! Tom
  6. If the medallion is such a tremendous imposition on you and everything is so bad on Princess, why do you still cruise on the line? Why not sail on a different line altogether? Tom
  7. Yes, there is the green light, I had forgotten about that, but I've been on 2 medallion cruises and I've never had my door unlock until I've been right by the door and usually not until I've held the medallion up to or onto the panel. Don't know why the difference between the "action distance" varies so much and whether it varies so greatly by ship, by location on each ship or on some other reason. Maybe it even varies by time and/or workload on each system. Oh well..... Thanks for the input, though, enjoyed reading it. Tom
  8. Since the program is paid for by the Port of Seattle to make up for any inconvenience due to the huge construction program at SeaTac Airport I would very much doubt it. You might want to contact the Port of San Diego to see if there is any similar project there. Tom
  9. Under normal conditions it is the ship that determines the boarding time, but not always. Tom
  10. As the previous message said, it's automatic. You can get it at Pass. Svc. if it's under $25 and if it's mailed, I've gotten it as quickly as 2 weeks but have had it take as long as 6-8 weeks. I suspect the wide range of time to get the refund is probably due to work load at Bottom Line Technologies. An example of the envelope that it comes in is attached so you'll know what to look for in the mail. TomVet OBC refund envelope.pdf
  11. Holland-America does their muster drill on deck also. Tom
  12. Boy, isn't that the truth. Kind of like buying a home near a airport that has been there for decades and then complaining about aircraft noise! Tom
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