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  1. I did one form for each person of my family of four in one cabin with the advice of this board. It does say that you are that you are canceling for everyone on your reservation, but I don't know what to believe. They sent the FCC broken down in individual emails and I couldn't see anyone's FCC on my account which leads me to believe they are all separate things to deal with. I would rather be "covered" then in 90 days have NCL come back and say the other members in my family didn't apply for the refund and don't get it. There is only one reservation number so the computer should be ale to figure it out.
  2. Thanks for the replies. I am definitely leaning towards the refund and I guess I will fill out four forms to be safe.
  3. I'm sorry if this has already been answered. We are a family of four in one cabin with 20 and 22 year old kids on a canceled cruise in May. All four of us got separate FCC emails. If I want a refund, do I need to fill out four separate forms even though it says: "Suspended Sailings – Refund Request This form can only be used if you are requesting a refund for all individuals on a reservation. Partial refunds are not allowed."? And if I wanted to re-book with the 25% plus 20% deal can I combine all of them for just my husband and I or do I have to get refunds for the kids? (They will be going back to school and I have no idea of their future availability). Thanks
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