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CruiseDawg18

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    Royal Caribbean
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  1. No. If the ship caught on fire and sank I would be much more understanding. I doubt that RCCL just decided to move the Oasis to its new port of call in Barcelona three months before doing so. That's why they have to dry dock and perform updates for the transatlantic voyage. Just saying if that's the fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants planning that goes into RCCL's decision making, I would rather be on another cruise line.
  2. We booked our Spring Break family vacation on Oasis of the Seas in April of this year for the March 31, 2019 sailing. RCCL cancelled our cruise for ship maintenance and left us with very few alternatives. One choice was select a sailing on another week in March or April which we couldn't even consider unless we were willing to take our three kids out of school for a week which is frowned upon by the State. Don't need DFCS showing up on my doorstep. The next was to book for the same week on either Allure or Rhapsody. Allure is the same class of ship so we jumped on that right away only to learn there were no rooms available that could accommodate our family. That left Rhapsody, a ship half the size of Oasis with much fewer amenities and we weren't inclined to change to this ship for the same money we paid to sail on Oasis. Spoke to the executive team at RCCL and asked if they would put us on Harmony for the same week but they said it was a bigger ship, more amenities, etc. than Oasis and they would have to charge us prevailing rates which would be an additional $2300. They had no problem dropping us a class of ships but weren't willing to go up in class for their cancellation. We have since booked on Norwegian Cruise Lines Getaway ship for the March 31, 2019 sailing. I am very disappointed with the attitude I received from the RCCL team and this starts at the top with their CEO Michael Bayley. He has lost touch with his guests!
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