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zqvol

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    Somewhere upon the sea
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    Cruising
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    Anyone that I am on
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    Dedocanese

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  1. This is all election rhetoric. There is no way that this gets passed before the election, and they know it, but it looks good to voters.
  2. Signatures like that are whay ost people have them blocked, and have for years. They are too long, and all the images cause the pages to load slowly.
  3. I would not worry about the ports, because the chances of US ports being open by them are south of slim to none.
  4. I wouldn't worry about it. I doubt anyone is sailing out of the US in December 2020.
  5. 1. I have no desire to give money away to a cruise line that has what I believe is probably a greater than 75% probability of seeking bankruptcy protection, and becoming an unsecured creditor. 2. Who knows when cruising is going to resume, I don't think it will be until 3 qtr 2021 at the earliest (at least out of the US) 3. Too many unknowns, in rarely book more than 3 or 4 months out anyway and as far as I am concerend there are no cruises sailing in that time frame.
  6. Whine, whine, whine. Nothing is stopping them from starting to cruise tomorrow. They just can't use US ports. If they can find places to cruise from and people want to cruise and can get to the ships, more power to them.
  7. Nothing is stopping them from starting to cruise tomorrow. They just can't use US ports. If they can find places to cruise from and people want to cruise and can get to the ships, more power to them.
  8. If something happens to CCL such as a bankruptcy you are likely out your dollars whether they are on deposit or in the form of GC.
  9. Unfortunately I think that you have a greater chance of a cancellation then you do of an itinerary change.
  10. No one knows for sure what is going to happen, but the odds are that NCL has to extend the deadlines on those FCCs. Some of them may expire before they even sail again and not honoring them and not giving a reasonable amount of time to use them after they begin sailing again is an invitation to a class action lawsuit.
  11. There are so many FCCs out there that they are not going to have a choice but to extend them
  12. Good luck, but I wouldn't be booking any hotels are air for that cruise, because there is almost zero chance of CCL sailing that soon.
  13. No one knows at this time when we will start sailing again, but IMO there is very little chance that we are going to be sailing by Thanksgiving. I expect to see another round of big spike sin the US beginning in late September because fo the Labor Day holiday, and it is going to take a while for that spike to flatten.
  14. You need to wait and see what happens. IMO NCL is going to be extending all of these FCCs after they start sailing again. They can't legally keep your money IF they changed a cruise.
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