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  1. You must have been talking about the automated letter about final payment after cruise was canceled.🙂
  2. if i recall you are going for a wedding in December? When my son got married at Southcoast it was the best. The only thing that got me was no lobster. It was on the menu online but when we got there they said they weren't allowed to catch lobster at the time of the year (May) because they were laying their eggs. It didn't phase me for long as I had a nice steak dinner on the beach. This was in 2017 and we paid $3600 plus airfare. Would love to go back. Another nice touch was their lounge at the airport. Free flowing beer on tap. 😉
  3. So your saying if you get a letter asking you to opt for cash back or FCC just ignore it because it's meaningless?
  4. I just got a refund on a paid off card and have a negative balance. While I haven’t tried yet I would think they would send you a check for the money if you call. Mine was only a deposit of $500 and my wifes car was just hit so I’ll use that negative balance for my insurance deductible. Good luck and let us know how you make out Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  5. I got my refund today of our $500 deposit we put down for our Horizon cruise for December. We canceled on May 5th. Now I can put it to good use, like paying the deductible for the damage to my vehicle that some nice person did to it. Oh well, easy come, easy go!
  6. I had one booked for December on Horizon in the Havana area but we pulled the plug last month.
  7. never heard of an administrative fee for upgrading on the same cruise. It's usually only when switching ships AFAIK.
  8. I think I remember Jimbo is booked there. Could be wrong as the memory is the first thing to go.
  9. people get the flu shot and still get the flu. Isn't it possible to get a corona vaccine and still get the virus? I'm certainly no medical doctor and don't play one on the internet either. I'm just very curious.
  10. another couple we cruise with said they don't know if they'll ever get on another cruise ship. We were booked with them for December but we all canceled last month. We had refundable deposits so hopefully we will get them back by Christmas.
  11. Have they changed the rules of ES since the pandemic? Last I read that once you were ES you were always ES. This was on Carnivals site : A $50 change fee per guest will be assessed for ship and/or sail date changes made prior to final payment due date. Remaining funds are non-refundable/non-transferable and will be held as a future cruise credit to be applied to your cruise fare on a sailing within 24 months from the date of cancellation.
  12. just passing on what I read.🙂 Not that I agree with that one bit. Heck I had a cruise booked for December that i canceled about 5 weeks ago, that's how confident I was this was going away.
  13. I've read that the virus will mysteriously end after November 3rd.
  14. The article also says this: Because Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Joy, like almost all of the world's large-ship cruise fleet, are foreign-flagged, they cannot operate closed-loop cruises roundtrip from a United States port without first stopping in a"distant foreign port" as mandated by the U.S. Passenger Vessel Services Act (PVSA). A closed loop cruise doesn't have to stop a a "distant" foreign port, just a foreign port. If it's a closed loop cruise from Seattle and stops in Victoria, BC what would you need an exemption for? Granted it's late and it's been a long day. Maybe I'm just interpreting this incorrectly.
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