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About zqvol

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    Somewhere upon the sea
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  1. With the case loads increasing daily and the US having no control over the virus betting on an October cruise is a long shot.
  2. You have your cash. If NCL has to seek protection from the bankruptcy court those FCCs are going to be worthless. IMO you won big!
  3. I wonder how long it takes for this credit to be reversed?
  4. You might be on board but I would not count on it.
  5. It all depends on what the CDC says. It won't be up to NCL or the State of Hawaii.
  6. I don't think that promotions are going to have any impact on bookings right now. I can't imagine anyone booking with the potential for NCL to make use of the bankruptcy courts, and with no idea when cruising will begin again.
  7. Since NCL isn't cruising anytime soon, I would nto worry about it.
  8. zqvol


    I don't add any extra when I have the drink package and always receive excellent service. The nee for an extra gratuity is a myth.
  9. Prices are going to depend on whether or not the ships can sail full. If their capacity is limited prices are going to go up, and righ tnow I don't think anyone knows how many people are going to be allowed on a ship.
  10. You will like it there. Book a side trip to YS Falls. Well worth it.
  11. You are exactly right, though a governor could keep things closed even if the CDC says it is OK to go. The governor could not open without CDC OK.
  12. Wouldn't believe a word that rep says. Their job is to sell vacations. No one is sailing out of the US in October.
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