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Luckiestmanonearth

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About Luckiestmanonearth

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    KY
  • Interests
    Making time for Family (esp granddaughter) , Traveling, Friends
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity or Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Me (Tortola), DW (St Thomas)

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  1. Looking into January cruise on Princess but noticing that some categories sold out. Seems like people banking on a return to normal cruising as the system never seems to ask me if I’ve been vaccinated. I thought we would have gotten a deal and have the pick of the litter on ppm selection Anyone know if Carnival experiencing same thing ?
  2. Not really. They are just acknowledging that we would have much better medical facilities on land if needed. On a ship, you’d have to wait 7 days until you were able to get to a hospital . And to save time with back and forth texts about the ships having medical facilities, have you ever been to one of these on a ship? They might be able to apply a bandaid or hand out seasick meds but wouldn’t trust they could handle a Covid case
  3. I agree but that seems to be a sensitive issue for some I personally support that idea
  4. As crazy as it sounds, will this subject be part of the “cancel culture” and vaccines will cease to exist because they offend anti vaxers? Dont laugh. It could happen
  5. CDC Crazy requirements #1 - don’t let people die from Covid
  6. Just because you post as an alleged lawyer that you believe it’s wrong without any evidence doesn’t mean anything. They are free to sail out of another state if they wish, and once in international waters, are not governed by the laws of Florida i rest my case your honor
  7. Never gets old 😂 Do you realize that line is 41 years old now
  8. So long as you don’t mess with my freedom to take the shot because I believe it to be effective and a much lower risk than getting Covid itself.
  9. I’m still not getting the connection between vaxing and freedom but God Bless
  10. that’s one of the wild cards still for me is whether a ship will be allowed to stop at the ports that I like. my fear is either the ports will turn ships away or I will have to go to ports that I truly do not prefer to go
  11. That actually makes a lot of sense . Basically they’re saying 100% of adults need to be vaxed. Good call
  12. So there’s been a lot of threads circling the subject of Florida, but let me ask more generically, would you cruise if the cruise line did not require proof of vaccination It’s a highly charged issue but let’s try to be civil Personally I don’t think I would . Not because of the fear of getting Covid (since I’m vaxed), but potentially being stranded on the ship if it gets quarantined. Thoughts?
  13. Hello. OP here again and wanted to thank everyone for their votes and comments . Seems like a 50/50 split Honestly I don’t think I changed my opinion. Again I’m vaxed and that’s not my main concern. It’s more about my fear of not being allowed to leave the ship after the cruise if there’s a Covid outbreak amongst non vaxed passengers. This is the wildcard that isn’t being addressed by the cruise lines and how they would handle this cause no one really knows until it happens.
  14. So there’s been a lot of threads circling the subject of Florida, but let me ask more generically, would you cruise if the cruise line did not require proof of vaccination It’s a highly charged issue but let’s try to be civil Personally I don’t think I would . Not because of the fear of getting Covid (since I’m vaxed), but potentially being stranded on the ship if it gets quarantined. Thoughts?
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