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EllieinNJ

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    central new jersey
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  1. I will bring a copy of the letter saying our 96 HR test is acceptable. Hope we don't need it.
  2. When I was on the Breakaway in 2018 breakfast in Moderno was for everyone. I'm going again next week and hope it still is for everyone.
  3. So since there has been no new notification from NCL, those on the 9/26 cruise have already sent in the $75pp non refundable TA fee to Bermuda. We all have PCR tests booked for tomorrow. Some of us are even paying $100 to $200 for a rapid PCR test to make sure they get them early while others who are taking the free test are hoping and praying they get them back in time to send to Bermuda. All this and the anxiety to go with it just to maybe have this cruise cancelled or put on another itinerary makes me sorry I booked this first cruise. I hope things go better for the other sailings.
  4. I was on the Sun for Super bowl Sunday in 2019. They set up a big screen tv in the theater and brought in barbeque food.
  5. I have been using an big internet agency since 2018 with two cruises done and 6 upcoming. I have her email and the email of her customer service, usually booking by phone and asking for adjustments by email. They always do what I ask but very rarely get anything adjusted for me. No extra points because I booked in the wrong month, no cabin changes because I booked guarantee, no extra OBC because the price came down in less than 14 days. I know this is by the book but I have read some TA's can get their clients these changes. I wish I knew one. In fact one of my future cruises I was able to get a $90 price reduction by joining their club. The TA said that because the price was now lower they were deducting $25 from their OBC they were giving me.
  6. The NJ Board of Health also authorizes certain places to give PCR tests. I have appointments in CVS but am using one of these places as backup in case CVS cancels. It's known to happen.
  7. Sorry. I forgot about the SECOND PCR test required by Bermuda at the dock along with the antigen test required by NCL given by Eurofins.
  8. They are not giving the PCR test at the dock. You must get that yourself where a available on Wednesday to get the results by Friday to send to Bermuda with a copy of the CDC card and $75. Then when you get it approved by Bermuda you bring this approval plus all other requirements to the dock and then you will receive an antigen test from the company you signed up for from the letter. If you test positive and denied boarding, NCL will accept the negative result from the PCR test so you can get either FCC or your money back.
  9. Then why does it say complimentary?
  10. Just think about those who do not read cruise critic or fb and got the emails about getting the test beforehand some are calling NCL and agents are telling them otherwise. I think many will be left at the pier.
  11. I read somewhere that Bermuda has agents working on the TAs 24 hours including weekends.
  12. I don't think so because this is a 100%. Vaccinated cruise whereas the Oasis has unvaccinated children on board.
  13. Yes, but it would be one more piece of info to make everyone feel more secure before boarding.
  14. You're probably right. I wouldn't wait any longer than Friday afternoon to apply.
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