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timf2001

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  1. That sign appears to be on a parking garage and not the new terminal.
  2. The ad is showing a sale price which has since expired. They are charging you the regular price of $61, but the sale price hasn't been taken down from the home page yet. Unfortunately you are at the mercy of what the system prices it out at, they won't do price adjustments even if you provide them the ad.
  3. Odyssey will most likely be in Europe in Summer 2022. The only Caribbean itineraries until fall will be the ones already for sale.
  4. I'm surprised Celebrity didn't think of something like this. They could have awarded full CC points for cancelled cruises if you agree not to take a refund, in lieu of the extra 25% FCC. This would have cost them less in the long run if people opted for points instead of extra credit.
  5. I think what's happening is the Windjammer is being moved from 16 to 14. This allows both 16 and 17 to be a separate suite area, similar to what Spectrum has.
  6. They are likely changing many of the sailings to 7 days, but are only keeping reservations where the new sailing completely includes the original sailing dates. It did seem like there were a lack of late summer/fall 7 day Bermuda sailings in 2021 (and 2022) compared to past years.
  7. I doubt they ever intended to have split pools on Odyssey, but rather used some stock footage of an amped Voyager/Freedom class ship to show the general theme of the pool area. All of the Quantum class ships have their pools in the same place, so there's no reason to expect Odyssey to be different. It's easy to change decor, but not so much major structural components. The entire layout of Deck 13 would have to change to allow depth for split pools.
  8. The cruise I've been watching went up by the cost of 1 person's gratuities. I guess BOGO gratuities is better than nothing.
  9. They can plan to resume on September 16, just like they previously planned to resume August 1. The plan is only good until the next suspension. Once we're within 2 weeks of the startup day without it being changed, I might believe it's not going to be pushed back again.
  10. I think the bottom image (230K) is newer. It's showing 2019-2024, while the top image is 2017-2022.
  11. It looks like Virgin Voyages is taking a play from other cruise lines and announced a fake sale today. The email claimed up to 30% off cruises, yet I checked the one I've been considering and the price had gone up $250. The price had been holding steady since they reduced the suite rates until today. There goes the incentive to use my larger than expected credit.
  12. All junior suites are the same configuration. The rooms are wider therefore there is no need to alternate bed and sofa locations, which is only done to squeeze more cabins into the same amount of space.
  13. Oh right, if YOU cancelled there's no getting your money back, but if THEY cancelled twice you can change your mind and get a refund.
  14. These cruises are essentially all repositioning cruises to get from Alaska to Australia. Perhaps they are planning a full redeployment in anticipation of Australia not opening this year, assuming there's anywhere they can operate from.
  15. The letter above states: If you were already impacted by a sailing that was previously cancelled due to a global suspension and paid additional monies on a new booking within this extended suspension period, you are still able to opt in to refund one or both cancelled bookings via the process below. This sure sounds like you can opt to take a refund on a previously cancelled booking, even if you had used that booking's FCC towards the newly cancelled booking. Otherwise, why would it say you can opt in to a refund on both bookings?
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