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Phxazzcruisers

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    Phoenix, Arizona
  • Interests
    Travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity, Azamara
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Galapagos

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  1. Sorry, nice try, but those will never happen. as state Muster drill is never going away, ever. There is not way to ensure that everyone sits in their rooms and watches it. Social distancing cannot happen on an enclosed cruise ship. As others have stated patrons need to use elevators, eat in dining rooms, eat at some form of buffet. A cruise is a social event and social distancing will not work. The only real cure to this, as stated is a vaccine. if you are still uncomfortable after a vaccine is developed, cruising is definitely not for you. Sorry
  2. we did this cruise 7 years ago. A bucket list item for us also. We bought the tickets through Azamara. The response from the cruisers was so low, they wound up reducing the price of the tickets by almost half and gave us a refund. We had great seats and Azamara made it easy to get through the crowds to the seats for the event
  3. i would definitely think that they would not be able to be spending money on refurbishments of any further ships for quite a while until the cash starts flowing again
  4. I agree with Host Grandma and others. Three weeks is usual when there is not a global pandemic going on. They have big issues and a lot of things that need to happen. I believe patience is needed. I have waited longer than three weeks for refunds from other companies during normal times. They did indeed secure the 2.2 billion dollar loan and are doing their best under a very bad situation. We have a B2B2B booked for June. Do I think we will be able to go? Probably not, but we will wait and see how this all plays out.
  5. Gotta love Captain Kate !!! Great choices made during a bad situation !! She is the BEST
  6. i dont think they will go bankrupt, but at this point I think a 100% cash refund is the way to go.
  7. WOW, premarket price today is $58.55. It is not over yet, folks..... I am no expert, but I think with all of the cancellations and refunds, they may have to cut or reduce dividends in the near future to conserve cash
  8. Either. In the past, before the drink packages, we would bring two bottles, usually in hand luggage if possible, but have also packed them in checked luggage. Enjoy your cruise
  9. you will be matched to Elite. Some benefits. Check the website for the complete list. Enjoy
  10. correct, and in my humble opinion very unfair. I am hoping the airlines change their policies if this gets any worse. I do not wait until the month before to purchase a ticket for a cruise.....
  11. there is never a cash refund, only a credit in the form of a FCC., If they are declining you from boarding, you are ill and should bnto be there in any case, spreading whatever you have with everyone else.
  12. correct. So far only for cruises departing before 7/21/2020.
  13. The FCC is if YOU cancel. If you are ill, you have up to 48 hours before the cruise to cancel. They allow you to cancel up to 48 hours before the cruise. It does not discuss what happens if they cancel the cruise
  14. RCCL just posted that you may cancel your cruise up to 48 hours before sailing for a full refund that can be used on any sailing in 2020 and 2021
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