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  1. You were too close in to get any price adjustment. Sometimes, a sold out cruise still shows as available; not sure if this was the case with your cruise.
  2. My experience in the last couple of years is they will only deliver to the room, but as with everything Windstar, YMMV.
  3. No, the only alcohol you may bring on board is two bottles of wine per cabin. You will have to purchase any hard alcohol at the bars by the glass.
  4. Msears101 - both my mom and her husband live in my house. Underwater - I did get the booklet from Chase that explains the coverage for my specific card, and it appears to exclude this. However, terms of the coverage changed over the last year, and I’m wondering if he was covered when I purchased this trip. When I feel strong, I’ll have to revisit this.
  5. I don’t think I’d purchase a policy that didn’t cover mechanical problem cancellations.
  6. To get the $1250 the port of call has to be changed prior to departure, so that’s not a problem. I didn’t have any problems with the claim. You probably should call and discuss this ship change with Nationwide.
  7. Welcome, Host Joe!
  8. Sounds like a great trip. I think Windstar does a poor job providing docking information.
  9. You just don’t make any sense, and sound as if you’re having a bad day. Hope it gets better for you. A sense of humor can help during those times.
  10. None, all rooms are suites. Search feature is up on the right side; looks like a magnifying glass.
  11. You can sign up on Southwest to get alerts when a new schedule is being released.
  12. It’s too early to even get prices for May 6, 2020.
  13. Personally, I am not willing to “defend to the death” someone who wants to wear jeans.
  14. I guess it’s too late to tell your mother “no.” You can not worry about it and hope people will not show up, or change your venue.
  15. Hopefully, you mean Jan 2020. There are many honeymoon couples on large cruise ships, and there are no freebies. On small ships, such as Windstar, yes, but not big ships. If you book through a TA, they may offer something. I definately would want a quieter room. Maybe dinner at a specialty restaurant? Couples massage on a sea day? Best of luck to you.
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