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  1. I’m reading lots about “pent up demand,” but I am curious if people’s enthusiasm for cruising may negate this assumption.
  2. No cruises until Spring 2021..... all my cruises that I was hoping to take this year are toast.
  3. Hi - so sorry, but no way I could know. Dependent on so many factors that are outside everyone’s control. I can tell you I too am booked for Alaska in June 2021, so am hopeful it will sail.
  4. There is an email that was sent to crew that stated it will be 2-3 months before contract renewals even begin. Sadly, there is risk that the necessary Visas held by many of these crew members will begin to expire. With US embassies either shut or functioning at limited capacity around the world, this will complicate things even further. Bottom line is 2020 will either operate extremely minimally or not at all. RCL & NCLH intend to give their proposals to the CDC around 8/15. CDC has already told the cruise lines that it could take 4-6 months to even review and approve these protocols. Expect more detail on 7/24 when there is further extension of the no sail order.
  5. Breaking news: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/19/cruise-lines-voluntarily-suspend-all-trips-out-of-us-ports-until-sept-15-trade-group-says.html
  6. If Royal cancels my sailings due to Corona, am I due a refund of the RCL travel protection? i have received a refund of my taxes, the 125% FCC, but still nothing for the cruise care. Thank you.
  7. 1. No noise 2. No smoke 3. Yes I like the fact that the doors open up to allow huge open access to the balcony.
  8. It is a glitch. If you purchase anything in cruise planner, it deducts from the deposit for some reason. Did you purchase anything for $150? Call RCL tomorrow morning (wait times will be minimal), and have them notate this glitch and confirm in a memo on the booking that $500 has indeed been paid.
  9. If I have a Western Caribbean cruise on Liberty of the Seas out of Galveston, can I lift and shift to a western Caribbean cruise (Labadee, Jamaica, Mexico) on Symphony of the Seas? Same cabin category for each and both 7 nights? Thank you.
  10. I have tried and tried and tried to shift a western to an eastern. No luck. Policy is Caribbean is divided into three regions - Eastern, Western, and Southern. You cannot move between these regions, because it violates the same itinerary clause.
  11. If my current cruise is Western Caribbean on Allure of the Seas (Labadee, Jamaica, Cozumel) and I want to switch to a Western Caribbean on Symphony (Cozumel, Costa Maya, Coco Cay) - is that eligible for Lift and Shift? Thank you!
  12. http://creative.rccl.com/Sales/Royal/General_Info/CWC_Enhanced_FAQs.pdf
  13. Exactly. They did not and caribbean was used as “region” on many discussions about itineraries on webcasts.
  14. You need to escalate this. In their FAQ on this, it gives an example: ——- SCENARIOS Different Ship: If my client is currently confirmed on Explorer of the Seas in Europe this August 2020. Is my client able to book on Harmony of the Seas in September 2021? Absolutely! As long as your client is sailing next year on a departure that falls within a 4-week span of their original sail date, he/she is able to enjoy a cruise onboard the Harmony of the Seas in Europe within the same stateroom and on a sailing of the same length. ——— Go lookup Explorer and Harmony. One does Greece, the others does Spain & Italy. Totally different parts of Mediterranean.
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