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  1. I'm not sure I understand the bubble concept since the crew carries over from cruise to cruise. In any case if that's the rule, then we need to adapt. One quick question about the charter flight. Was social distancing followed on the flight with middle seats empty or was it a packed flight? Enjoy your cruise
  2. And remember with a balcony you can join the balcony club or renew your membership at any time.
  3. I suspect that many ports may also require this approach to minimize spreading Covid from the ship to the islands. I suspect that you will have minimal contact with anyone living on the islands.
  4. Has Max ever had relations with other dogs in the neighborhood? If so I can see problems with Max and the Samoyed in the future.
  5. I think Ann Landers would also tell you that sometimes ex-husbands are the luckiest people 😉
  6. Don't worry, you're not cruising in November. Since they don't have any plans in place, there's no way everything would be ready to go by November 8. Your only decision is L&S, FCC or Refund.
  7. I don't think you will give your dirty soda cup to the bartender for a refill in a post Covid world. Self-serve drink stations will only survive in locations where you use a clean cup each time (the way it should be).
  8. Careful, you're going to get your post count reduced. 😉
  9. I was really talking about libraries on ships. Libraries on land have procedures for "cleaning the books between usage". It maybe as simple as taking the books out of circulation for a while and there may be other cleanings. I doubt the cruise lines will do any of this but will rather eliminate the libraries. As far as Barnes and Nobles is concerned, you really have to look long and hard to find one. They have changed dramatically over the last few years and they carry a lot less books. I'm not sure they were going to survive even without Covid. However a book store is dramatically different from a library. In the store someone may only hold the book for a few minutes however library books may be read for days.
  10. I'll be surprised if libraries still exist in a post Covid world.
  11. Maybe this thread should be renamed, "It's all about me!"
  12. Based on the Healthy Sail Panel Report, it looks like testing twice before you board maybe part of the plan to resume cruising. I'm not sure how that happens if you need to fly across the ocean for a TA or TP and find a place to provide test results in less than 5 days. I'm not sure I see any repositioning cruises next year. Presumably, they can test you at the pier but I don't know how you will find the first test.
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