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Everything posted by Cruiseboy06

  1. This information has not been confirmed yet by Carnival
  2. Fact: They have till Sept 30th 11:59 pm EDT to decide to extend the no sail order........... Probably we will know in a few days or so..
  3. They have to get approval to get ready for cruises first . It’s not like your restaurant. They have procedures. I’m
  4. oh ANOTHER GLITCH!!!!!!!! Sure.....
  5. All November cruises are GRAYED OUT!!!!!!!!!!
  6. All November cruises are GRAYED OUT!!!!!! This happens when they are about to cancel more cruises......... "Sold at Capacity" excuse WONT FLY anymore.....
  7. Today is 20th......... They have till Sept 30th 11:59 pm to extend the order....... Last time they extended the order 8 days before the last expiration date. COVID IS is still a public health emergency in the US.. The CDC notes its order is in effect until either: the expiration of the Secretary of Health and Human Services' declaration that COVID-19 constitutes a public health emergency; the CDC director rescinds or modifies the order based on specific public health or other considerations; or until September 30. https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/5467/
  8. very unlikely!!!!!!! The cruiselines have not submitted their recommendations to resume cruising to the CDC YET. If they have they would have made a big deal out of it. There is no solid proof of crew getting called, getting ready to go to the ships or anything like that. They said it would 8 to 6 weeks to get the ships ready to sail again. BTW the cases in Europe are on the rise again.................. https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/17/europe/coronavirus-europe-who-second-wave-intl/index.html
  9. They have told us "excuse" that they are at "Capacity"right before they cancel!!!!! Capacity excuses are getting really OLD
  10. as for now And they haven't explained HOW ALL Florida's November (6 ships) cruises only can be BOOOKED
  11. You are not wrong I feel the same way they are going to cancel rest of 2020. Maybe they are going to wait to see what the CDC will do.
  12. expect more cancellations...... I think the CDC will extend no sail order..
  13. I feel there will be more cancellations by end of the month.
  14. Expect more cancellations! If you really think Carnival will be cruising in November and December make other plans. When somebody said carnival won’t be canceling anymore cruises unless it’s by the CDC or CLIA they were wrong.
  15. Please don't be political! It's time again for ANOTHER poll lol. Do you think there will be cruises resuming in November, December, or sometime in 2021? There are a lot of rumors, speculations, movements of ships, disappearing cruises from Carnival's website, and etc..
  16. I bet @beerman2 will be right........ Also I believe that there will be no cruises in November......... All but 6 ships have no bookable sailings in November........ "Sold out because of Cap" excuse is getting old... Carnival needs to be upfront
  17. There will be cancellations for November. If you have noticed all of the cruises for November except 6 ships out of Florida are not bookable. I'm not buying the excuse that all of other cruises are SOLD OUT due to capacity on every sailing on every ship besides of those 6 ships. We have seen this before. They gave us excuse that they are full to the cap.....
  18. Nobody said it was closed................... Carnival doesn't own the port of Long Beach..... There is more than the cruise ternminal at Queen Mary, there is the cargo terminal....
  19. yeah right sold to the cap excuse again.
  20. This is a fact Nobody knows when cruises can resume in the US.
  21. I imagine Carnival will call the crew members who want to go back and have some seniority first to return to the ships.. Most likely "new crew members" are replacing old crew.. If "the rumors" are true we would be seeing more crew being called........
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