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  1. May 8, 2021 is listed on the Carnival booking sight for the Eastern Caribbean. Mardi Gras alternates weeks east and west.
  2. I was booked on a cruise for April 25,2020 On March 6th I received an email stating that if I cancelled by March 31 2020 and rebooked for a sailing by March 31 2021 I would not be charged a cancellation fee. This applied to cruises March 6 to April 30. After that Carnival did cancel my cruise. Going forward it was Carnival cancelled cruises that were could get refund or FFC and OBC, not all cancelled by cruiser after March 6 2020
  3. We are on the same cruise. Bermuda not saying if they will open to cruise ships and their cruise season ends in early Nov. All Bermuda cruises from all Carnival ports for 2020 are gone. Like you said, only the one, 4 day cruise remains for Oct. I would wait and just let them cancel you. This sailing is only 17 days past the new date and I just don't see it happening. Bermuda is opening for air travelers on July 1. They have so many restrictions that it would never work for a cruise ship.
  4. We are booked October 17 on the Sunshine out of Charleston on a 7 day to Bermuda. All the Bermuda cruises have disappeared from all ports for 2020. Not a surprise since Bermuda hasn't said if they will allow ships back and their cruise season ends in November. The only cruise showing out of Charleston in October is a 4 day to the Bahamas. I know we are going to be cancelled, just wish they would get it over with and let me get in line for my refunds.
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