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48traveler

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About 48traveler

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Texas
  • Interests
    fishing
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Costa Maya

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  1. Already done all that Grew tired of airport security waiting lines, etc.
  2. This is an answer to my email to Carnival Thank you for your email. In reference to your email, we anticipate several new operating procedures and protocols when we return to service. Decisions about underlying health conditions will be made in consultation with the CDC closer to sailing. If you believe your personal health might impact your ability to cruise, you can choose to cancel and receive a future cruise credit in the amount of the non-refundable cancellation fees. All other requests for sailings beyond 9/3 with the exception of Alaska and ships mentioned for Miami, Port Canaveral, and Galveston) will need to be deferred until we have made a definitive decision and we are closer to your departure. Guest Access SupportCarnival Cruise Line
  3. We are supposed to cruise in September after getting May sailing cancelled Why when you click on news on this web site and then on Carnival it still says over 70 letter required which will not work for us although we are very healthy. I could swear a while back I read somewhere that Carnival caught a lot of flack over it and it is not required. Please forgive me if this has been hashed over as I tried searching and cannot find the old posts. Carnival will deny boarding to all guests 70 years of age or older unless they have a letter from their physician confirming they are fit to sail. Additionally, all guests will be asked if they have been hospitalized in the past two months for or if they have a history of chronic or severe medical conditions. The CDC defines chronic conditions as an illness persisting for a long time or constantly recurring, such as diabetes, heart, kidney or lung disease. Additional severe medical conditions include: suppressed immunity or if the person requires oxygen for any reason. Guests with chronic or severe medical conditions will not be allowed to sail.
  4. So sorry about your loss Sounds like your daughter is a real winner
  5. I would certainly call them as it seems you were skipped over
  6. I am very happy about your son's recovery Miracles happen
  7. I am thinking Mexico will as this pandemic is killing their economy. Places like Cozumel, for one, no one is buying their goods with no ships there. We are all more than ready for this to end. I'm 71 and running out of time. LOL😅
  8. View from the balcony leaving Nassau
  9. I actually got Carnival to give me credit for the 1985 cruise because of the photos. That was like 20 years after the cruise that I got the credit
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