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eltigre

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    BC
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    RVing,
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival, NCL, Princess,RCI
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    Anywhere Sunny & Warm

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  1. No I am not "in the know" The post was from the other side of the world where it is tomorrow for us! I had heard it from several sources and this seemed to confirm it. That being said, there is nothing certain in the realm of travel anymore.
  2. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15TH, 2020 Celebrity Eclipse was meant to go into drydock for her refit on October 27, 2020. Instead, she will begin her refurbishment on March 7th, 2021. The work is expected to take a month, meaning that a full four weeks of cruises in March and April, 2021 will need to be cancelled. Celebrity Cruises apologised for the inconvenience the schedule change has caused and is in the process of contacting affected passengers to re-accommodate them. The rescheduled refurbishment means that Celebrity Eclipse will be going into drydock a year after the cruise line’
  3. I understand that at the present time Eclipse is still scheduled for refurbish in April before the May Alaska sailing season starts. First Celebrity & first Alaska for us. I HOPE!
  4. The cruise-ship season in Canada is all but dead as the federal government is extending the ban on ships in Canadian waters until the end of October. Transportation Minister Marc Garneau says passenger ships with overnight accommodations for more than 100 passengers can't operate in Canadian waters until at least October 31st.
  5. Excellent point evandbob. I have to say with all the ideas, thoughts and questions that have been floated here, I am so very glad that I got to sail before everything changes. I remember wishing the services offered recently were as good as at the beginning of the 2000's, many had already vanished. I can't imagine what's in store for my Feb. 2021 cruise.
  6. Thanks for the thoughtful answer to the question. I am wondering just how much we will be able to accept, and still be willing to cruise...It is all part of the experience, the pools, shows, casinos, bars. Also can the cruise lines survive the costs of these types of changes? Prices will surely rise. Can customers survive that?
  7. I am wondering what a cruise will be like now? Everyone talks about the buffet but I think that will be the easiest thing to accommodate. Plexi shields to keep us away from the food & servers to handle the serving. Pour your own beer/pop will be gone I suspect. BUT what about the pool, lounge chairs, theaters, lounges & bars? How long will boarding take in between sailings with sanitizing now a priority? A full ship would make money but a less than full ship? With all the new mega ships that have recently come on line & are still being built, that need to be p
  8. Loved the cocktail party! All the people dressed up milling about in the atrium, conversations, drinks in hand. Other ships had them in the showrooms. So great..
  9. Sorry, I should have asked for one for myself also . Patwerbowski1010@gmail.com
  10. We leave on Friday and would love a copy. Could you please send a copy to charlestwerbowski@gmail.com. Thank you very much.
  11. Free Room Service...not just Continental breakfast...
  12. Please add your "wish" to the list; please be reasonable and who knows we might just get it! I'll start with the Baked Alaska Parade at dinner.
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