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  1. The only taxes that Carnival Corp pays is the employment taxes(social security and medicare) for their US employees
  2. I cancelled my July 1, 2020 Princess on Friday and got a full refund
  3. I suspect that in liquidation, any future cruise credit would be at the end of the line of creditors. It would be lost.
  4. Non-formal nights - casual is fine. No shorts in the Main Dining Rooms. For formal nights, some will wear a tuxedo most a sports jacket.
  5. I think any bailout should be in the form of loans. These should carry reasonable interest rates to compensate the US and it taxpayers for the risk. In 2009, when President Obama bailed out the auto industry, the US made money.
  6. What would you have Princess say? As of today, there will be no Alaska cruises until July 1. There are two ways that this could change. First Canada could move up or eliminate the July 1 date. Second, the US could waive the PVSA. If there is even a small chance of one or both of these occurring, then Princess is probably negotiating with Canada and/or the US.
  7. You can get one OBC award for each cabin.
  8. Some ships will not end up at the port they will start from when cruising resumes. We are at a time when a number of ships are moving from the Caribbean to Europe.
  9. We got off the Crown a week ago and there was no tea making facilities.
  10. Part of the time will be taken to move some ships from where they are at the beginning of the shutdown to where they need to be for the restart
  11. No announcement from Princess yet.
  12. Once the future schedules are finalized, some ships will have to be moved from where they wind up to where the new schedule starts.
  13. The Crown is alternating Eastern and Southern itineraries. So next week will be mostly different ports than the one this time. We were on the February 25 th cruise which is the same as the one starting March 16. We skipped Princess Cays and had times adjusted on most of the other ports.
  14. They need to make up their mind quickly. Crown leaves for Europe on March 26.
  15. We got off the Crown yesterday after sailing for 40 days. Debarkation went smoothly
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