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  1. Do you recall the catamaran operator by chance?
  2. Perhaps they amend the cruise contract to cover new CDC guidelines. Cruise at your own risk.
  3. I called Carnival this afternoon and talked with a very nice woman who informed me that my refund request submitted via the online form on March 30th finally started processing on May 19th. She said it could take up to 60 days from that date to receive all refund amounts. We went over all the refund amounts and everything lines up. So, we wait some more.
  4. I don't see that happening. And, neither you nor I know what the cost of said test would be anyway. I've seen some specialty labs charge a couple hundred dollars for an Covid antigen test. And anything done medically onboard (and let's assume pre-boarding screening as well) is often times considerably higher. So, a family of 4 should be willing to fork out > $800 just to get onboard a cruise they already paid for? And, sure, we can play hypotheticals all we want, but we'll just have to wait and see.
  5. No refund yet for May cruise cancelled by Carnival on March 30th. Filled form out same day. Others in our group have already received a full refund from this cancelled sailing though. Writing Carnival only results in a boiler-plate response like this: "Well over one million Carnival guests have been impacted by this extended pause in cruising, which dwarfs any disruption we’ve experienced in even the worst hurricane season. We can confirm that refunds are being issued to those guests that requested one. We thank you for your continued patience. Although I cannot confirm a time frame, I can confirm guests have started to receive their refunds and we are continuing to process the remaining requests as soon as possible."
  6. Who is paying for these tests? It's a lot cheaper for the CDC to extend the ban on cruising. Question: Do you think the cruise lines would be willing to shell out money to test every passenger prior to boarding?
  7. Thanks. I'm following a few tags on IG to see if more photos show up. I'm in another group that is sailing in Miracle in a few months and is anxious to see work being done.
  8. Booked the Feb 2022 15-day to Hawaii on the Miracle. As far as the Funship Meetup, yeah might be a bit gimmicky, but it's the day before we return to port so what's the harm? It will be nice to know what that will entail.
  9. Is there a site to see work in progress?
  10. Magnets will work. Something light you'll have no issues with. We used a small command hook to hang up a door banner.
  11. Someone else in this thread posted that the current cruise director, Adam Cornes, indicated that they will get all the cabling in place for the dive-in movies but that there isn't enough time in dry dock to actually install the screen, etc. This will have to be done during future cruises.
  12. Well, if it's for a family, I don't see an issue and I wouldn't think you'd need to purchase again. FTTF is dealt out according to some wacky algorithm regarding booked cabins and how many diamond and platinum guests are on a particular sailing.
  13. She'll be our home next May and she was our first cruise ever back in 2005!
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