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    Portland
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  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Holland America
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Transatlantic/Pacific

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  1. It would be nice if they improved their communications. At the moment, other liens are offering their guests packages of 2 and 3 Binax test kits. From HAl, nothing,, as usual. No effort to keep us up to date on the changing COVID scene (our cruise is 28 days out). I could go on and on.....
  2. Money is usually refunded, automatically (You don't have to do anything)
  3. and if you are leaving the airport (to go to a ship)??
  4. I have said this before. Posts on sensitive items should include a copy of an OFFICIAL announcement...
  5. I do, but I never miss an opportunity to be negative about *******
  6. That is too bad (for those of us who don't....).
  7. That anyone would think HAL cancels cruises on ****** is ridicukous (like do many other things these days)!
  8. Glad you all had a safe voyage. We got our Protection Plan refund today, less than 10 days after cancelling...
  9. We are in Rotterdam Inaugural TA, with HAL Platinum Protection
  10. FROM YAHOO NEWS.... The passengers who died were Mark Henderson, 69, and Jacquelyn Komplin, 60, both of Napa California; Andrea McArthur, 55, and Rachel McArthur, 20, both of Woodstock, Georgia; and Janet Kroll, 77, of Mount Prospect, Illinois. The pilot was Rolf Lanzendorfer, 64, of Cle Elum, Washington
  11. The Rotterdam TA in October will be carrying 1500 more or less passengers, sailing from Amsterdam. Can you imagine how 1500 tests will be administered and results available on sailing day? To say nothing of the cost to HAL.. I would say the odds of it happening are not too good...
  12. A little aside about the plane The DeHavilland Beaver was manufactured (about 1000 total) from 1947 to 1967. Used mainly as a bush plane, eqipped with std wheels, retractible skis or floats. The US military bought about 100, mostly army L-20, primary use air evacuation. The Air Force had 10, which were deployed to the US radar sites in Canada, known as the Pinetree Line, primarily for use in emergency air evacuation. Most of the sites, ours included, were not accessible by road. My wife was evacuated to a hospital in March 1957 on one of these planes. So they have been around for a long time....
  13. Inside passage is also Canadian waters........ (You aren't going there!)
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