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  1. There's an anchorage in Moni Cyprus where several Carnival Group ships are gathered (2 Princess, 2 Seabourn) have been hanging out. They could be planning to go there: Roy
  2. She posted on the GWV roll call yesterday. Roy
  3. I would hope that would not stand. Cunard, in particular, is in a good position to minimize this risk as the dining setup is particular suited to one of the tenets of virus control with contact tracing. Roy
  4. Thank you for that bit of information and may you continue to fly for many more years. Roy
  5. Thank you for the report. Amsterdam's stay in Jakarta was shorter than I expected. Finally back from the Doctor, one polyp and he recommended another Colagard in 3 years although it was a false Colagard positive that sent me to the colonoscopy. No driving today due to the anesthesia. Roy
  6. Adding Symphony 4/24/21, 8/21/21, Endeavour 8/10/20, 1/28/21, 3/24/21 I have started issuing “Bon Voyages” as cruises are a week away from starting. The list of people I include comes from the main Crystal Forums “Future Bookings” thread. The roll calls are semi-private while anybody can read posts on the main forum, so I do NOT transfer names from the Roll Calls to the Bon Voyages. If you want to be included in the Bon Voyage you must post your intentions on the on this thread: Future Bookings I know that many of the cruises listed here either have been cancelled or will be soon, but I will continue to list them until 30 days past the end of the cruise in case people will want to discuss replacement cruises, refunds, and the like. I expect most Yacht and River cruises will not generate roll calls. Where I learn of a roll call I’ll try adding it to the bottom section. Cruise critic has instituted an automated “roll call finder”. I think it is in people’s best interest if this thread and the automatic system produce the same results. For that to happen, It seems like the best format is month, day, year, and NOT with a date range. (Rather than a date range consider something like Crystal Symphony June 15, 2019 for 14 days. 2020: Crystal Symphony May 31: Montserrat to Marrakech(Cancelled) Jun 7: Joie de Vivre et Jardins(Cancelled) Jun 19: North Cape Brilliance(Cancelled) Jul 3: Baltic Palaces and Panoramas(Cancelled) Jul 14: Tsars and Scandanavian Splendor(Cancelled) Jul 25: British Isles Brilliance(Cancelled) Aug 8: Royal Military Tatoto and Norwegian Fjords(Cancelled) Aug 19: European Cultural Canvas(Cancelled) Sep 1: Masterpieces of the Mediterranean(Cancelled) Sep 11: Adriatic and Greek Isles Rendezvous(Cancelled) Sep 20: Gods and Empires(Cancelled) Sep 27: Italian Intrigue and Romance(Cancelled) Oct 4: Mediterranean Island Inspiration Oct 11: Monumental Holy Lands Oct 23: Beyond the Acropolis and Acaba Nov 8: Priceless Pearls of the Middle East Nov 21: Lands of Enlightenment Dec 7: Icons of Southeast Asia Dec 22: Far East Festivities 2021:Crystal Symphony Jan 6: Southeast Asia Storyteller Jan 15: Monumental Malaysia and Myanmar Jan 27: Southeast Asia Skylines Feb 11: Gilded Domes and Golden Sunsets Feb 19: From Asia to Africa Mar 8: African Allure Mar 22: Untamed Coastlines and Curiosities Apr 13: Canary Island and Iberian Intrigue Apr 24: Guadi and Glamour May 1: Italian Images and Greek Isles May 11: Partenon to Piazzas May 18: Grand Prix Rivera Gateway May 30: Beyond the Cote Vermeille Jun 6: Essential European Holiday Aug 1: Black Sea Explorer Aug 14: Aegean Reverie Aug 21: Renaissance and Royalty Aug 28: Cote D’Azur to Catalonia Sep 4: Romancing Roma Sep 12: Mediterranean Masquarade Dec 6: Australian Wine and Wildlife Dec 21: Dazzling Holiday Down Under 2022: Crystal Symphony Jan 6: New Zealand Allure Jan 20: Remarkable Reefs and Cultures Nov 8: Mediterranean and Holy Lands Nov 16: Journey to the Holy Lands Nov 29: Grand Arabian Gulf Dec 16: Pearls of Arabia Dec 23: Dazzling Dubai & Taj Mahal 2020: Crystal Serenity May 31: Treasures of Italy and the Adriatic Jun 7: Adrian and Aegean Adventure Jun 14: Connoisseur’s Collection Jun 26: Beyond Ibiza and the Cote D’Azur(Cancelled) Jul 3: Riviera Dreams(Cancelled) Jul 10: Icons of the Mediterranean(Cancelled) Jul 19: Monumental Mediterrranean Jul 31: Romancing the Riviera Aug 9: Espana to the Cote D’Azur Aug 16: La Dolce Vita(Cancelled) Aug 23: Mediterranean Isles(Cancelled) Aug 30: Trans-Atlantic Discovery Sep 20: Autumn Equinox in New England(Cancelled) Sep 28: North American Treasures(Cancelled) Oct 1: Sunkissed Chic Oct 8: Tropical Interlude Oct 14: Autumn in the Maritimes(Cancelled) Oct 15: Sunkissed Chic Oct 22: Fall Foliage Sojourn(Cabcelled) Oct 22: Tropical Interlude Oct 29: Sunkissed Chic Oct 30: Along the Eastern Seaboard(Cancelled) Nov 5: Tropical Interlude Nov 12: Tropical Island Tapestry Nov 21: Caribbean Chic Dec 2: Tropical Serenade Dec 9: Island Discoveries Dec 16: Caribbean Kaleidoscope - No actual roll call but the Dec 9 Roll Call appears to include it Dec 23: Holidays in the Caribbean 2021:Crystal Serenity Jan 5: Coral Sunsets and Golden Panorama Jan 21: South Pacific Wanderlust Feb 11: Exotic Isles of Southeast Asia Mar 1: Treasures of the Orient Mar 13: Kingdoms of Jade and Pearls – Part of World Cruise Mar 25: Far Eastern Fascination – Part of World Cruise Aug 13: Emerald Isle Immersion Aug 20: Celtic Discovery Aug 27: Cultural Wonders Sep 5: Across the Atlantic Sep 17: North American Majesties Sep 25: Discovery In The Maritimes Oct 3: Skyscrapers and Fortresses Oct 11: Lighthouses and Lobster Oct 19: New England Classic Oct 26: New York to the Amazon Nov 19: Tropical Thanksgiving Nov 28: Seashells and Sunshine Dec 5: Caribbean Idylls Dec 12: Caribbean Cachet Dec 22: Caribbean Holiday Crystal Serenity 2022 Jan 5: Captivating Caribbean Jan 17: Passage between two Seas Feb 2: Island Lores and Legends Feb 21: Tasman Shores and Terraced Vineyards Mar 11: Indian Ocean Idyll --Part of World Cruise Mar 29: Monumental Antiquities – Part of World Cruise Apr 16: Black Sea Mosaic – Part of World Cruise Apr 29: Continental Conaisseur – Part of World Cruise May 13: Coastal Treasures May 29: Hawaiian Island Shores Jun 14: Pacific Coast Treasures –No Roll call but may be included in May 29 Roll call Jun 23: Alaskan Wonders Nov 4: Caribbean Treasures and Canal Wonders Nov 15: Panama and Tropical Playgrounds Nov 25: Caribbean Splendor Dec 4: Colors of the Caribbean Dec 12: Glittering Island Gems Dec 21: East to West Caribbean Celebration Serenity 2023 Jan 4: Caribbean Interlude Jan 11: Panama Canal to Peru Dec 8: Caribbean Wanderlust Dec 15: Azure Escape Dec 22: Tropical Holiday Wonders Esprit: 9/29/20: Indonesian Immersive & The Great Barrier Reef(Cancelled) 10/10/21: Adriatic and Ionian Reflections(Cancelled) Crystal Endeavour: 8/10/20: Maiden 2/28/21: Antarctica 3/24/21: Australia 7/12/21: Russian Far East and the Aleutian Isles 8/17/21: Northeast Passage River cruises: General Crystal River Cruise Roll Call Crystal Bach 10/10/20: Legendary Rhine Debusy Ravel: 7/3/20: Delightful Danube(Cancelled) 11/3/20: Delightful Danube
  7. Adding Symphony 4/24/21, 8/21/21, Endeavour 8/10/20, 1/28/21, 3/24/21 I have started issuing “Bon Voyages” as cruises are a week away from starting. The list of people I include comes from the main Crystal Forums “Future Bookings” thread. The roll calls are semi-private while anybody can read posts on the main forum, so I do NOT transfer names from the Roll Calls to the Bon Voyages. If you want to be included in the Bon Voyage you must post your intentions on the on this thread: Future Bookings I know that many of the cruises listed here either have been cancelled or will be soon, but I will continue to list them until 30 days past the end of the cruise in case people will want to discuss replacement cruises, refunds, and the like. I expect most Yacht and River cruises will not generate roll calls. Where I learn of a roll call I’ll try adding it to the bottom section. Cruise critic has instituted an automated “roll call finder”. I think it is in people’s best interest if this thread and the automatic system produce the same results. For that to happen, It seems like the best format is month, day, year, and NOT with a date range. (Rather than a date range consider something like Crystal Symphony June 15, 2019 for 14 days. 2020: Crystal Symphony May 31: Montserrat to Marrakech(Cancelled) Jun 7: Joie de Vivre et Jardins(Cancelled) Jun 19: North Cape Brilliance(Cancelled) Jul 3: Baltic Palaces and Panoramas(Cancelled) Jul 14: Tsars and Scandanavian Splendor(Cancelled) Jul 25: British Isles Brilliance(Cancelled) Aug 8: Royal Military Tatoto and Norwegian Fjords(Cancelled) Aug 19: European Cultural Canvas(Cancelled) Sep 1: Masterpieces of the Mediterranean(Cancelled) Sep 11: Adriatic and Greek Isles Rendezvous(Cancelled) Sep 20: Gods and Empires(Cancelled) Sep 27: Italian Intrigue and Romance(Cancelled) Oct 4: Mediterranean Island Inspiration Oct 11: Monumental Holy Lands Oct 23: Beyond the Acropolis and Acaba Nov 8: Priceless Pearls of the Middle East Nov 21: Lands of Enlightenment Dec 7: Icons of Southeast Asia Dec 22: Far East Festivities 2021:Crystal Symphony Jan 6: Southeast Asia Storyteller Jan 15: Monumental Malaysia and Myanmar Jan 27: Southeast Asia Skylines Feb 11: Gilded Domes and Golden Sunsets Feb 19: From Asia to Africa Mar 8: African Allure Mar 22: Untamed Coastlines and Curiosities Apr 13: Canary Island and Iberian Intrigue Apr 24: Guadi and Glamour May 1: Italian Images and Greek Isles May 11: Partenon to Piazzas May 18: Grand Prix Rivera Gateway May 30: Beyond the Cote Vermeille Jun 6: Essential European Holiday Aug 1: Black Sea Explorer Aug 14: Aegean Reverie Aug 21: Renaissance and Royalty Aug 28: Cote D’Azur to Catalonia Sep 4: Romancing Roma Sep 12: Mediterranean Masquarade Dec 6: Australian Wine and Wildlife Dec 21: Dazzling Holiday Down Under 2022: Crystal Symphony Jan 6: New Zealand Allure Jan 20: Remarkable Reefs and Cultures Nov 8: Mediterranean and Holy Lands Nov 16: Journey to the Holy Lands Nov 29: Grand Arabian Gulf Dec 16: Pearls of Arabia Dec 23: Dazzling Dubai & Taj Mahal 2020: Crystal Serenity May 31: Treasures of Italy and the Adriatic Jun 7: Adrian and Aegean Adventure Jun 14: Connoisseur’s Collection Jun 26: Beyond Ibiza and the Cote D’Azur(Cancelled) Jul 3: Riviera Dreams(Cancelled) Jul 10: Icons of the Mediterranean(Cancelled) Jul 19: Monumental Mediterrranean Jul 31: Romancing the Riviera Aug 9: Espana to the Cote D’Azur Aug 16: La Dolce Vita(Cancelled) Aug 23: Mediterranean Isles(Cancelled) Aug 30: Trans-Atlantic Discovery Sep 20: Autumn Equinox in New England(Cancelled) Sep 28: North American Treasures(Cancelled) Oct 1: Sunkissed Chic Oct 8: Tropical Interlude Oct 14: Autumn in the Maritimes(Cancelled) Oct 15: Sunkissed Chic Oct 22: Fall Foliage Sojourn(Cabcelled) Oct 22: Tropical Interlude Oct 29: Sunkissed Chic Oct 30: Along the Eastern Seaboard(Cancelled) Nov 5: Tropical Interlude Nov 12: Tropical Island Tapestry Nov 21: Caribbean Chic Dec 2: Tropical Serenade Dec 9: Island Discoveries Dec 16: Caribbean Kaleidoscope - No actual roll call but the Dec 9 Roll Call appears to include it Dec 23: Holidays in the Caribbean 2021:Crystal Serenity Jan 5: Coral Sunsets and Golden Panorama Jan 21: South Pacific Wanderlust Feb 11: Exotic Isles of Southeast Asia Mar 1: Treasures of the Orient Mar 13: Kingdoms of Jade and Pearls – Part of World Cruise Mar 25: Far Eastern Fascination – Part of World Cruise Aug 13: Emerald Isle Immersion Aug 20: Celtic Discovery Aug 27: Cultural Wonders Sep 5: Across the Atlantic Sep 17: North American Majesties Sep 25: Discovery In The Maritimes Oct 3: Skyscrapers and Fortresses Oct 11: Lighthouses and Lobster Oct 19: New England Classic Oct 26: New York to the Amazon Nov 19: Tropical Thanksgiving Nov 28: Seashells and Sunshine Dec 5: Caribbean Idylls Dec 12: Caribbean Cachet Dec 22: Caribbean Holiday Crystal Serenity 2022 Jan 5: Captivating Caribbean Jan 17: Passage between two Seas Feb 2: Island Lores and Legends Feb 21: Tasman Shores and Terraced Vineyards Mar 11: Indian Ocean Idyll --Part of World Cruise Mar 29: Monumental Antiquities – Part of World Cruise Apr 16: Black Sea Mosaic – Part of World Cruise Apr 29: Continental Conaisseur – Part of World Cruise May 13: Coastal Treasures May 29: Hawaiian Island Shores Jun 14: Pacific Coast Treasures –No Roll call but may be included in May 29 Roll call Jun 23: Alaskan Wonders Nov 4: Caribbean Treasures and Canal Wonders Nov 15: Panama and Tropical Playgrounds Nov 25: Caribbean Splendor Dec 4: Colors of the Caribbean Dec 12: Glittering Island Gems Dec 21: East to West Caribbean Celebration Serenity 2023 Jan 4: Caribbean Interlude Jan 11: Panama Canal to Peru Dec 8: Caribbean Wanderlust Dec 15: Azure Escape Dec 22: Tropical Holiday Wonders Esprit: 9/29/20: Indonesian Immersive & The Great Barrier Reef(Cancelled) 10/10/21: Adriatic and Ionian Reflections(Cancelled) Crystal Endeavour: 8/10/20: Maiden 2/28/21: Antarctica 3/24/21: Australia 7/12/21: Russian Far East and the Aleutian Isles 8/17/21: Northeast Passage River cruises: General Crystal River Cruise Roll Call Crystal Bach 10/10/20: Legendary Rhine Debusy Ravel: 7/3/20: Delightful Danube(Cancelled) 11/3/20: Delightful Danube
  8. Adding Symphony 4/24/21, 8/21/21, Endeavour 8/10/20, 1/28/21, 3/24/21 I have started issuing “Bon Voyages” as cruises are a week away from starting. The list of people I include comes from the main Crystal Forums “Future Bookings” thread. The roll calls are semi-private while anybody can read posts on the main forum, so I do NOT transfer names from the Roll Calls to the Bon Voyages. If you want to be included in the Bon Voyage you must post your intentions on the on this thread: Future Bookings I know that many of the cruises listed here either have been cancelled or will be soon, but I will continue to list them until 30 days past the end of the cruise in case people will want to discuss replacement cruises, refunds, and the like. I expect most Yacht and River cruises will not generate roll calls. Where I learn of a roll call I’ll try adding it to the bottom section. Cruise critic has instituted an automated “roll call finder”. I think it is in people’s best interest if this thread and the automatic system produce the same results. For that to happen, It seems like the best format is month, day, year, and NOT with a date range. (Rather than a date range consider something like Crystal Symphony June 15, 2019 for 14 days. 2020: Crystal Symphony May 31: Montserrat to Marrakech(Cancelled) Jun 7: Joie de Vivre et Jardins(Cancelled) Jun 19: North Cape Brilliance(Cancelled) Jul 3: Baltic Palaces and Panoramas(Cancelled) Jul 14: Tsars and Scandanavian Splendor(Cancelled) Jul 25: British Isles Brilliance(Cancelled) Aug 8: Royal Military Tatoto and Norwegian Fjords(Cancelled) Aug 19: European Cultural Canvas(Cancelled) Sep 1: Masterpieces of the Mediterranean(Cancelled) Sep 11: Adriatic and Greek Isles Rendezvous(Cancelled) Sep 20: Gods and Empires(Cancelled) Sep 27: Italian Intrigue and Romance(Cancelled) Oct 4: Mediterranean Island Inspiration Oct 11: Monumental Holy Lands Oct 23: Beyond the Acropolis and Acaba Nov 8: Priceless Pearls of the Middle East Nov 21: Lands of Enlightenment Dec 7: Icons of Southeast Asia Dec 22: Far East Festivities 2021:Crystal Symphony Jan 6: Southeast Asia Storyteller Jan 15: Monumental Malaysia and Myanmar Jan 27: Southeast Asia Skylines Feb 11: Gilded Domes and Golden Sunsets Feb 19: From Asia to Africa Mar 8: African Allure Mar 22: Untamed Coastlines and Curiosities Apr 13: Canary Island and Iberian Intrigue Apr 24: Guadi and Glamour May 1: Italian Images and Greek Isles May 11: Partenon to Piazzas May 18: Grand Prix Rivera Gateway May 30: Beyond the Cote Vermeille Jun 6: Essential European Holiday Aug 1: Black Sea Explorer Aug 14: Aegean Reverie Aug 21: URL="https://boards.cruisecritic.com/topic/2754273-crystal-symphony-ausust-21-2021-rome-to-barcelona/?page=99"]Renaissance and Royalty[/URL] Aug 28: Cote D’Azur to Catalonia Sep 4: Romancing Roma Sep 12: Mediterranean Masquarade Dec 6: Australian Wine and Wildlife Dec 21: Dazzling Holiday Down Under 2022: Crystal Symphony Jan 6: New Zealand Allure Jan 20: Remarkable Reefs and Cultures Nov 8: Mediterranean and Holy Lands Nov 16: Journey to the Holy Lands Nov 29: Grand Arabian Gulf Dec 16: Pearls of Arabia Dec 23: Dazzling Dubai & Taj Mahal 2020: Crystal Serenity May 31: Treasures of Italy and the Adriatic Jun 7: Adrian and Aegean Adventure Jun 14: Connoisseur’s Collection Jun 26: Beyond Ibiza and the Cote D’Azur(Cancelled) Jul 3: Riviera Dreams(Cancelled) Jul 10: Icons of the Mediterranean(Cancelled) Jul 19: Monumental Mediterrranean Jul 31: Romancing the Riviera Aug 9: Espana to the Cote D’Azur Aug 16: La Dolce Vita(Cancelled) Aug 23: Mediterranean Isles(Cancelled) Aug 30: Trans-Atlantic Discovery Sep 20: Autumn Equinox in New England(Cancelled) Sep 28: North American Treasures(Cancelled) Oct 1: Sunkissed Chic Oct 8: Tropical Interlude Oct 14: Autumn in the Maritimes(Cancelled) Oct 15: Sunkissed Chic Oct 22: Fall Foliage Sojourn(Cabcelled) Oct 22: Tropical Interlude Oct 29: Sunkissed Chic Oct 30: Along the Eastern Seaboard(Cancelled) Nov 5: Tropical Interlude Nov 12: Tropical Island Tapestry Nov 21: Caribbean Chic Dec 2: Tropical Serenade Dec 9: Island Discoveries Dec 16: Caribbean Kaleidoscope - No actual roll call but the Dec 9 Roll Call appears to include it Dec 23: Holidays in the Caribbean 2021:Crystal Serenity Jan 5: Coral Sunsets and Golden Panorama Jan 21: South Pacific Wanderlust Feb 11: Exotic Isles of Southeast Asia Mar 1: Treasures of the Orient Mar 13: Kingdoms of Jade and Pearls – Part of World Cruise Mar 25: Far Eastern Fascination – Part of World Cruise Aug 13: Emerald Isle Immersion Aug 20: Celtic Discovery Aug 27: Cultural Wonders Sep 5: Across the Atlantic Sep 17: North American Majesties Sep 25: Discovery In The Maritimes Oct 3: Skyscrapers and Fortresses Oct 11: Lighthouses and Lobster Oct 19: New England Classic Oct 26: New York to the Amazon Nov 19: Tropical Thanksgiving Nov 28: Seashells and Sunshine Dec 5: Caribbean Idylls Dec 12: Caribbean Cachet Dec 22: Caribbean Holiday Crystal Serenity 2022 Jan 5: Captivating Caribbean Jan 17: Passage between two Seas Feb 2: Island Lores and Legends Feb 21: Tasman Shores and Terraced Vineyards Mar 11: Indian Ocean Idyll --Part of World Cruise Mar 29: Monumental Antiquities – Part of World Cruise Apr 16: Black Sea Mosaic – Part of World Cruise Apr 29: Continental Conaisseur – Part of World Cruise May 13: Coastal Treasures May 29: Hawaiian Island Shores Jun 14: Pacific Coast Treasures –No Roll call but may be included in May 29 Roll call Jun 23: Alaskan Wonders Nov 4: Caribbean Treasures and Canal Wonders Nov 15: Panama and Tropical Playgrounds Nov 25: Caribbean Splendor Dec 4: Colors of the Caribbean Dec 12: Glittering Island Gems Dec 21: East to West Caribbean Celebration Serenity 2023 Jan 4: Caribbean Interlude Jan 11: Panama Canal to Peru Dec 8: Caribbean Wanderlust Dec 15: Azure Escape Dec 22: Tropical Holiday Wonders Esprit: 9/29/20: Indonesian Immersive & The Great Barrier Reef(Cancelled) 10/10/21: Adriatic and Ionian Reflections(Cancelled) Crystal Endeavour: 8/10/20: Maiden 2/28/21: Antarctica 3/24/21: Australia 7/12/21: Russian Far East and the Aleutian Isles 8/17/21: Northeast Passage River cruises: General Crystal River Cruise Roll Call Crystal Bach 10/10/20: Legendary Rhine Debusy Ravel: 7/3/20: Delightful Danube(Cancelled) 11/3/20: Delightful Danube
  9. Adding Symphony 4/24/21, 8/21/21, Endeavour 8/10/20, 1/28/21, 3/24/21 I have started issuing “Bon Voyages” as cruises are a week away from starting. The list of people I include comes from the main Crystal Forums “Future Bookings” thread. The roll calls are semi-private while anybody can read posts on the main forum, so I do NOT transfer names from the Roll Calls to the Bon Voyages. If you want to be included in the Bon Voyage you must post your intentions on the on this thread: Future Bookings I know that many of the cruises listed here either have been cancelled or will be soon, but I will continue to list them until 30 days past the end of the cruise in case people will want to discuss replacement cruises, refunds, and the like. I expect most Yacht and River cruises will not generate roll calls. Where I learn of a roll call I’ll try adding it to the bottom section. Cruise critic has instituted an automated “roll call finder”. I think it is in people’s best interest if this thread and the automatic system produce the same results. For that to happen, It seems like the best format is month, day, year, and NOT with a date range. (Rather than a date range consider something like Crystal Symphony June 15, 2019 for 14 days. 2020: Crystal Symphony May 31: Montserrat to Marrakech(Cancelled) Jun 7: Joie de Vivre et Jardins(Cancelled) Jun 19: North Cape Brilliance(Cancelled) Jul 3: Baltic Palaces and Panoramas(Cancelled) Jul 14: Tsars and Scandanavian Splendor(Cancelled) Jul 25: British Isles Brilliance(Cancelled) Aug 8: Royal Military Tatoto and Norwegian Fjords(Cancelled) Aug 19: European Cultural Canvas(Cancelled) Sep 1: Masterpieces of the Mediterranean(Cancelled) Sep 11: Adriatic and Greek Isles Rendezvous(Cancelled) Sep 20: Gods and Empires(Cancelled) Sep 27: Italian Intrigue and Romance(Cancelled) Oct 4: Mediterranean Island Inspiration Oct 11: Monumental Holy Lands Oct 23: Beyond the Acropolis and Acaba Nov 8: Priceless Pearls of the Middle East Nov 21: Lands of Enlightenment Dec 7: Icons of Southeast Asia Dec 22: Far East Festivities 2021:Crystal Symphony Jan 6: Southeast Asia Storyteller Jan 15: Monumental Malaysia and Myanmar Jan 27: Southeast Asia Skylines Feb 11: Gilded Domes and Golden Sunsets Feb 19: From Asia to Africa Mar 8: African Allure Mar 22: Untamed Coastlines and Curiosities Apr 13: Canary Island and Iberian Intrigue Apr 24: URL="https://boards.cruisecritic.com/topic/2753933-crystal-symphony-april-24-2021-barcelona-to-rome/?page=99"]Guadi and Glamour[/URL] May 1: Italian Images and Greek Isles May 11: Partenon to Piazzas May 18: Grand Prix Rivera Gateway May 30: Beyond the Cote Vermeille Jun 6: Essential European Holiday Aug 1: Black Sea Explorer Aug 14: Aegean Reverie Aug 21: URL="https://boards.cruisecritic.com/topic/2754273-crystal-symphony-ausust-21-2021-rome-to-barcelona/?page=99"]Renaissance and Royalty[/URL] Aug 28: Cote D’Azur to Catalonia Sep 4: Romancing Roma Sep 12: Mediterranean Masquarade Dec 6: Australian Wine and Wildlife Dec 21: Dazzling Holiday Down Under 2022: Crystal Symphony Jan 6: New Zealand Allure Jan 20: Remarkable Reefs and Cultures Nov 8: Mediterranean and Holy Lands Nov 16: Journey to the Holy Lands Nov 29: Grand Arabian Gulf Dec 16: Pearls of Arabia Dec 23: Dazzling Dubai & Taj Mahal 2020: Crystal Serenity May 31: Treasures of Italy and the Adriatic Jun 7: Adrian and Aegean Adventure Jun 14: Connoisseur’s Collection Jun 26: Beyond Ibiza and the Cote D’Azur(Cancelled) Jul 3: Riviera Dreams(Cancelled) Jul 10: Icons of the Mediterranean(Cancelled) Jul 19: Monumental Mediterrranean Jul 31: Romancing the Riviera Aug 9: Espana to the Cote D’Azur Aug 16: La Dolce Vita(Cancelled) Aug 23: Mediterranean Isles(Cancelled) Aug 30: Trans-Atlantic Discovery Sep 20: Autumn Equinox in New England(Cancelled) Sep 28: North American Treasures(Cancelled) Oct 1: Sunkissed Chic Oct 8: Tropical Interlude Oct 14: Autumn in the Maritimes(Cancelled) Oct 15: Sunkissed Chic Oct 22: Fall Foliage Sojourn(Cabcelled) Oct 22: Tropical Interlude Oct 29: Sunkissed Chic Oct 30: Along the Eastern Seaboard(Cancelled) Nov 5: Tropical Interlude Nov 12: Tropical Island Tapestry Nov 21: Caribbean Chic Dec 2: Tropical Serenade Dec 9: Island Discoveries Dec 16: Caribbean Kaleidoscope - No actual roll call but the Dec 9 Roll Call appears to include it Dec 23: Holidays in the Caribbean 2021:Crystal Serenity Jan 5: Coral Sunsets and Golden Panorama Jan 21: South Pacific Wanderlust Feb 11: Exotic Isles of Southeast Asia Mar 1: Treasures of the Orient Mar 13: Kingdoms of Jade and Pearls – Part of World Cruise Mar 25: Far Eastern Fascination – Part of World Cruise Aug 13: Emerald Isle Immersion Aug 20: Celtic Discovery Aug 27: Cultural Wonders Sep 5: Across the Atlantic Sep 17: North American Majesties Sep 25: Discovery In The Maritimes Oct 3: Skyscrapers and Fortresses Oct 11: Lighthouses and Lobster Oct 19: New England Classic Oct 26: New York to the Amazon Nov 19: Tropical Thanksgiving Nov 28: Seashells and Sunshine Dec 5: Caribbean Idylls Dec 12: Caribbean Cachet Dec 22: Caribbean Holiday Crystal Serenity 2022 Jan 5: Captivating Caribbean Jan 17: Passage between two Seas Feb 2: Island Lores and Legends Feb 21: Tasman Shores and Terraced Vineyards Mar 11: Indian Ocean Idyll --Part of World Cruise Mar 29: Monumental Antiquities – Part of World Cruise Apr 16: Black Sea Mosaic – Part of World Cruise Apr 29: Continental Conaisseur – Part of World Cruise May 13: Coastal Treasures May 29: Hawaiian Island Shores Jun 14: Pacific Coast Treasures –No Roll call but may be included in May 29 Roll call Jun 23: Alaskan Wonders Nov 4: Caribbean Treasures and Canal Wonders Nov 15: Panama and Tropical Playgrounds Nov 25: Caribbean Splendor Dec 4: Colors of the Caribbean Dec 12: Glittering Island Gems Dec 21: East to West Caribbean Celebration Serenity 2023 Jan 4: Caribbean Interlude Jan 11: Panama Canal to Peru Dec 8: Caribbean Wanderlust Dec 15: Azure Escape Dec 22: Tropical Holiday Wonders Esprit: 9/29/20: Indonesian Immersive & The Great Barrier Reef(Cancelled) 10/10/21: Adriatic and Ionian Reflections(Cancelled) Crystal Endeavour: 8/10/20: Maiden 2/28/21: Antarctica 3/24/21: nAustralia 7/12/21: Russian Far East and the Aleutian Isles 8/17/21: Northeast Passage River cruises: General Crystal River Cruise Roll Call Crystal Bach 10/10/20: Legendary Rhine Debusy Ravel: 7/3/20: Delightful Danube(Cancelled) 11/3/20: Delightful Danube
  10. Well, Zuiderdam is at sea although just for a joy ride. Roy
  11. Not a current photo I expect. I'm quite sure Canada is taking social distancing seriously.' Roy
  12. I think in at least the short term ships will not be able to sail at capacity so there will be less need to offer cheap prices to fill the ships. Roy
  13. Thank you for the report and happy Canada Day to all Canadians and Canadians at heart. Sadly, no ice cream for me today with a clear liquid diet. I don't recommend my dinner plan of chicken broth, white grape juice, and lime jello. Seasick Sailor, good luck with your pod. Roy
  14. Have a WONDERFUL Canada Day. I got this in my inbox yesterday and you can guess I felt compelled to share it. Roy
  15. That's a darn good thing. I visited my urologist in May and a few days later got an email that a member of their staff tested positive. With an intrusive procedure like colonoscopy they need to take every possible precaution. Roy
  16. Wish it was but not till Thursday; this was just a covid test to be sure they would risk doing it. Final prep tomorrow so no cake to celebrate Canada Day, clear liquids only. Roy
  17. It was a strange to uncomfortable situation. The guy had top put a swab pretty well up my nose and twist it around for 10 seconds. I appreciated that once it was in place he counted off 2..4..6..8..10 so I had a good sense of the end being near. Roy
  18. I think that will be pretty easy, since I'll be zonked under. I was a bit concerned about the covid test which I think I've heard was really uncomfortable to painful, but nowhere as bad as expected. Roy
  19. For many of us. Must leave in 5 minutes. Covid test before I can have the colonoscopy. Roy
  20. I would normally be celebrating Canada Day at least a little bit but this year with a colonoscopy prep there won't be much celebrating. I have special memories when I was on a tour with a Canadian based tour group that started in Inuvik and bussed down to Skagway and then the Zaandam to Vancouver. I was the only American in the group and enjoyed their Canada Day hospitality in Whitehorse and then got to act as a bit of host July 4 in Ketchikan. Roy
  21. I wonder if there may be discounting later, after they compare bookings with the likely reduced number of passengers who will fit within whatever social distancing guidelines will apply. Roy
  22. Keith, we definitely have had mixed messages. I don't think the early message we got on masks was one of them though. With the knowledge we had of masks and the limited supplies we had them, it was a bad idea for individuals to be be taking the supply of scarce PPE away from front line responders. I think the idea that we could get major herd protection from improvised materials was perhaps the first big breakthrough in the fight against covid in the US. It's sad that our top national figure still does not set a personal example of doing it. Talk about mixed messages. Contrast that with the example set by Maryland's governor ALWAYS walking up to the podium with a mask on. Roy
  23. Thank you for the report. It looks like the 2 remaining S-class will soon be together. Roy
  24. I have a different take on the mask debate. I think in the early days the officials had a poor choice of words but their thoughts and their hearts were in the right place. At the time people were thinking "I'm going to wear a mask to protect myself". That's not the way it works. My mask protects you and your mask protects me. To get protection from a mask requires a pretty sophisticated mask, and in those days those were in very limited supply and NEEDED by front line responders. I remember when I returned from Perth my fire department had just implemented a policy that crews were to change a good mask only when visibly soiled and to wear a surgical mask over it to protect it from soiling. It may not have been totally true but telling people not to wear masks then was the right thing to do. The mandate (and it was a mandate in Maryland) came later after somebody came up with the concept that we can make our own masks and that if EVERYBODY wears them we can protect each other. That's still the concept that we're using today and where it's enforced it's saving lives. Roy
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