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  1. Me thinks we may be dealing with trolls here!
  2. Pretty sure this is a classic situation of not being aware of what the automated systems are doing! The computers are doing exactly what they've been told to do (albeit that instruction was probably made years ago!)
  3. I'd be willing to bet that once you take out all of the costs of provisioning for 3000 passengers and only factor in fuel, it might be much less than you think.
  4. confirmed...I received the same letter. It gives some details about a data breach that happened mid last year. Yes, it offers up credit monitoring. Wow...Princess just can't seem to catch a break. I wonder if *just maybe* they held off on that for a bit knowing that they were going to have to do something drastic in regards to the corona virus? Sorta' like slipping it in with the bigger issue and having it register far less on the concern scale as opposed to shutting down for 60 days... just sayin' Data breaches are almost mundane these days. Shutting down operations is NOT business as usual!
  5. We were on the very first leg of your cruise (Fort Lauderdale to LA via Panama Canal) and disembarked at LA, so did not get a chance to meet you. Sorry to hear of your personal trials as well as those of the ship. We've been following the ship's location as it tracked along on its 111 day journey. Yours is the first real report "live" from the ship that we've seen. Hang in there! Our thoughts and prayers have been with you all along.
  6. Many thanks to all who have pointed out that there is no longer a form. A Google search brings up several "old" forms, and that easily suggests that it is simply a matter of finding the "current" form. My apologies for getting everybody riled up! Shareholder subject is brand new to me (and I suspect a lot of other people who may be following this thread.)
  7. I have seen that link...it does not offer up a downloadable form as what used to be available. As Travelhound suggested, it may no longer be available and you just have to write a letter. Having never dealt with this before, it should be fairly obvious that I am floundering a bit!
  8. Well...Seriously...why has the form suddenly disappeared? I'm not "declaring" anything other than the fact that I cannot find the form. I am simply looking for guidance.
  9. They still have the benefit chart showing the different cruise length benefits but I can't find the form now.
  10. Well...there just may be something to this. I just came from my broker this morning (where I bought 100 shares at 29.11) and was looking for the current form to download. Nowhere to be found on the CarnivalCorp site. Of course I may just be blind and overlooking it. There are a couple of old forms that Google offers up from non-Carnival sources that have old dates embedded. Can anybody point me to the correct form?
  11. I am considering the stock *strictly* to gain the shareholder credit. I will try to have it funded with existing funds within my IRA. Given this, I assume I should be jumping on this now, right? Am I missing something? Am I crazy?
  12. I would think (I don't know for sure...) that since the cruise is paid for then one person should be able to drop out. Trying to get another passenger might be a stretch for a cruise this close...but it's worth a shot if you have someone in mind. Again...no first-hand experience. Best to just call Princess.
  13. It might help if you posted the model of your phone...
  14. We just cruised on Pacific Princess in January, Panama Canal transit. This was our first time on a ship of that size...didn't know quite what to expect but we really liked it. The one big difference though was with entertainment. Tha "main" theatre (Pacific Lounge) is not much bigger than a dance floor, no actual stage. Everything is performed on the same level as all the seating. I'm not posting this as a criticism...just as a "heads up". If you're expecting a typical production show like on larger ships then you might be disappointed. We however, thought it was a nice change, especially not having to "fight" for good seats. Unless you're the type that absolutely *must* have a front row seat there's not really a bad seat in the house.
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