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About jbethel11

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  1. This makes sense, as RCI, NCL, MSC and VV will be sending their flagships debuting in 2021 and 2022 to Miami. Who knows, we might get Breeze?
  2. You'd know more than I would, so @bnbeyer should head your judgment. However, I was under the impression the first sea day was the second day.
  3. That's true. Maybe the renovations are to handle Mardi Gras in September of 2021 when she does Canada and New England sailings form New York. But I am keeping my hopes up for a Dream/Vista class to reposition to New York in summer of 2021.
  4. “When we do that we can accommodate larger ships like the Carnival Horizon and Norwegian Bliss, and future ships like Carnival’s XL class,” added Michael DeMeo, vice president, NY Cruise. Clue number two that Mardi Gras' sister might come to New York!
  5. But I do not think the pier accident enticed Carnival to remove the Horizon from New York. It was already set to reposition to Miami.
  6. Elegant nights are on the second and second to last days. Lobster night is the first elegant night.
  7. Still hoping Vista or Breeze will come to NY. 🙏
  8. In the case your bill exceeds more than $5000, Allstate offers $1000 (2, $500) gift cards.
  9. I see, as long as the original itinerary meets regulations, they are fine.
  10. If you don't mind, please cite your source for this. It just seems odd...
  11. Welcome to the amazing industry of cruising! I really hope you enjoy your first cruise! Hurricane paths change frequently, so until then, you can only predict. However, if the hurricane was in fact to hit Bermuda, you sailing would be diverted (most likely to the Western Caribbean). Very rarely is a cruise canceled entirely. Most of the time they divert, or shorten/lengthen the sailing. If booked through Carnival, yes. If booked through an outside vendor, check with them for more details; (short answer yes, as most vendors offer a 24-48 hour cancellation policy). On top of that, you would be refunded the taxes and port fees. When does your cruise leave? Saturday or Sunday? If Saturday, you may be cutting it close as Orlando is 60 miles away from Port Canaveral. If Sunday, you should be more than fine. Did you insure your trip BEFORE or AFTER Hurricane Humberto? If after, you will not be reimbursed (for whatever you miss, either on or off the ship) as the hurricane is now considered a predicted event.
  12. I feel like the Governments wants their money no matter what, so that's why I am so curious.
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