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zqvol

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    Somewhere upon the sea
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    Cruising
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Anyone that I am on
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Dedocanese

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  1. All they have to do is spray everything with a proper hydrogen peroxide solution and let it air dry. That is probably the easiest and most effective way to sanitize a cabin, and could be applied with a backpack sprayer like your lawn guy uses. It would add maybe 1 minute per cabin.
  2. Theoretically you get everything back, CC payments go back to the same CC, FCC go back to your account. The question is how long does it take.
  3. Just remember that you have no idea how long it will take to get a refund, or what will happen if NCL has to seek bankruptcy protection.
  4. Probably not, what you will likely end up with is a devalued FCC, based on a % of what you paid.
  5. Dispute your CC charges, and two things will happen. First you will lose the fight and second you are likely to be blacklisted by NCL.
  6. Clearly NCL does not have the cash to make the refunds right now. If they end up in Chapter 11, you will be lucky to get an FCC.
  7. I just checked our booking for 31-May and everything was working fine, not that I expect it to go because Canada is closed, but I could still book things.
  8. That's what happens when they have no cash coming in.
  9. I suggest that you wait for the Chapter 11 filing when all you get is a FCC.
  10. I read that to mean you have to wait at least 90 days.
  11. We have one booked May 31, if it sails we are on board.
  12. While everyone wants to blame the cruise lines for keeping people on their ships, maybe they should instead be looking to the ports and deciding whether or not there is someplace for the crew who have finished contracts to go. Maybe the citizens of Miami want all these people dumped off the ships so that they can stay there. Just because crew members are quarantined doesn't mean that they have COVID-19, they could have any number of illnesses, including noro. The whole article is a hatchet job.
  13. Three or four times. As you get close to the end and get stuck with sea days you just want off. This is especially true on cruises over 14 nights, but to us the real key is the sea days. Never happens if we are in port daily.
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