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  1. UPDATE 06/17/2020 - FCDs deposited into Captain's Circle Savings Account Everything promised has been delivered.
  2. UPDATE 06/17/2020 - FCDs deposited into Captain's Circle Savings Account Everything promised has been delivered.
  3. Yes Details Below - 04/06/2020 -Coral Princess – Panama Canal Departure Date 12/30/2019 - Purchased iTraveledInsured (IMG) From Squaremouth 01/02/2020 - Final Payment Date 03/02/2020 - Excursions Reserved and Paid For 03/05/2020 – New Princess Cancellation Policy – FCC for 100% of Cancellation Amount 03/10/2020 – Cancelled Cruise (75% penalty phase) 03/10/2020 – RCVD credit card refunds for Excursions 03/10/2020 – RCVD credit card refund for 25% of cruise fare 03/12/2020 – P
  4. Credit Card Refunds Fully Processed - Details Below 04/06/2020 -Coral Princess – Panama Canal Departure Date 12/30/2019 - Purchased iTraveledInsured (IMG) From Squaremouth 01/02/2020 - Final Payment Date 03/02/2020 - Excursions Reserved and Paid For 03/05/2020 – New Princess Cancellation Policy – FCC for 100% of Cancellation Amount 03/10/2020 – Cancelled Cruise (75% penalty phase) 03/10/2020 – RCVD credit card refunds for Excursions 03/10/2020 – RCVD credit card refund for 25% of cruise fare
  5. But For The Kindness of Strangers and Special Friends One of the most common things you will hear on a cruise is how you will never see these people again. Not true! People you meet on this site, through the roll calls, on the ship, can become some of your dearest friends in your time of greatest need. Mark and Marie, Craig and Trish, all cruise critic members, who, along with Paul and Elizabeth, made sure I was never alone during the two long sea days after her death to Auckland. Barbara and Peter, also cruise critic members whom we sailed with in 2018, who called me f
  6. The Rest of the Story Next week will be the 6 month anniversary of her death. 6 of the longest most anguishing months of my life. I have wanted to post an update for quite a while, but couldn’t bring myself to. Those of you whom have been in contact with me know most of the rest of the story, but just to fill everyone in, the final coroner’s report from Auckland was that she died of Salmonellosis, specifically, Salmonella Weltevreden, a variant tropical strain of Salmonella found in the tropics of the Pacific and Asia. What I thought was Noro turned out to be something far more dea
  7. Now its 4 suitcases, 4 carry-ons and a toolbox! A toolbox from Home Depot, wheeled, cheaper than a new piece of luggage, duct taped closed, filled with 4 months of toiletries and STUFF. Oh yeah, let’s not forget umpteen different charging cords and the futility of trying to make sure your laptop and all your electronics are updated while still connected to decent WiFi – and knowing full well that the moment you get on the ship and leave the harbor, every device will require a major system update and app updates totaling more gigs of bandwidth than the entire Apollo program used in
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