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  1. https://www.celebritycruises.com/ca/travel-alert/voluntary-suspension-of-cruising Impacted Itineraries For impacted sailings, compensation of 125% Future Cruise Credit will be processed automatically. Future Cruise Credit is good through end of 2021. It is not necessary to call unless you’d like a 100% refund. 03/14/2020: Celebrity Infinity 03/14/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 03/14/2020: Celebrity Summit - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/15/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 03/15/20: Celebrity Eclipse - 15 Night Chile To San Diego Cruise 03/15/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 12 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/20/20: Celebrity Solstice - 12 Night Australia's Great Barrier Reef Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Summit 03/21/20: Celebrity Infinity - 2 Night Bahamas Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Xploration - 7 Night Galapagos Southern Loop Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Xpedition -7 Night Galapagos Northern Loop Cruise 03/22/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 03/22/20: Celebrity Flora - 7 Night Galapagos Inner Loop Cruise 03/23/20: Celebrity Infinity - 5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 03/23/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 03/23/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 11 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise 03/25/20: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 03/27/20: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 03/27/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 9 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/28/20: Celebrity Infinity 03/28/20: Celebrity Summit 03/28/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 03/28/20: Celebrity Xploration - 7 Night Galapagos Southern Cruise 03/28/20: Celebrity Xpedition - 7 Night Galapagos Northern Cruise 03/29/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 03/29/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 03/29/2020: Celebrity Flora - 7 Night Galapagos Outer Loop Cruise 03/30/20: Celebrity Eclipse - 7 Night Pacific Northwest & California 03/31/20: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 04/1/20: Celebrity Apex - 4 Night Apex Preview Sailing Cruise 04/1/20: Celebrity Solstice - 13 Night South Pacific, Fiji, & Tonga Cruise 04/2/20: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 04/3/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 10 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise 04/4/2020: Celebrity Summit - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Infinity - 2 Night Bahamas Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Xploration - 7 Night Galapagos Southern Loop Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Xpedition - 7 Night Galapagos Northern Loop Cruise 04/5/20: Celebrity Apex - 8 Night Maiden Voyage Spain & Portugal Cruise 04/5/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Galapagos Inner Loop Cruise 04/5/20: Celebrity Flora - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 04/5/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 12 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 04/6/2020: Celebrity Infinity 04/6/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 4 Night Heroes Fundraising Cruise 04/10/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 5 Night Heroes Fundraising Cruise
  2. Just to help clear up a couple points. From Celebrity's FAQ on the "same price same cruise" page: https://www.celebritycruises.com/travel-alert/frequently-asked-questions "Existing bookings and new bookings made May 6, 2020 through August 1, 2020, are eligible to be rescheduled to the following cruise year at the initial price and/or promotion when selecting an alternative sailing of the same itinerary type, ship class, stateroom category, and voyage length within four weeks of the original sail date. Only guests originally booked on a Holiday sailing may move to a Holiday sailing the following year. The decision to adjust a current booking to the following cruise year must be made by August 1, 2020. If rescheduling within the penalty period of the original sailing date, penalties will be carried over to the new booking should the new booking be canceled later. You may only reschedule a sailing once." On the face of it it applies to existing bookings as well as new bookings made after May 6. That ought to be an easy fix for the person who ran into that problem. Also on the face of it, it does not require the same ship, only the same class of ship. One person above reported success in switching from a spring 2021 Asian cruise on Millennium to a similar 2022 cruise on Solstice (different class of ship), because Solstice is the only ship sailing on that route in spring 2022. In the absence of a situation like that, they will presumably require you to stay in the same class of ship. (And, unfortunately, even the Millennium to Solstice type switch of class probably depends on who you or your TA talks to at Celebrity.) Tom & Judy
  3. I agree. There is zero way to know who the cruise director will be whenever Millennium (or any other ship) will start sailing again. Truthfully, I suspect they may have a hard time staffing their ships, particularly the staff who come from countries where the ability to secure other work is more positive.
  4. Does anyone have any pictures of the Celebrity Suite on an M class ship after a revolution (millennium/summit) ? We have one booked for the Infinity after the revolution. Also, it's on the 9th floor and I know the pool deck is above this, so my question is, is this a good or bad location? Has anyone received an upgrade offer to a Royal Suite from a Celebrity, and if so how much?
  5. In the past I have used fellow cruisers postings of the daily in-cabin newsletters to help plan my own activities in advance of our cruise, so I don't have to take much time reading through them during my vacation. However, I could not find any here on the forums for our Alaska Cruise on the Celebrity Millennium. So, for anyone like me that likes to look at the newsletters in advance of your sailing, here are the daily newsletters from our recent cruise on the Celebrity Millennium's SOUTHBOUND sailing on May 20th-27th, 2016. I have also posted the May 12th-20th Northbound dailies separately (we went B2B). Also, I will soon be posting a review of our experience while on the Millennium for 15 days, and I plan to add a link to it here in a reply below once it is ready. I hope you find this helpful. Relish in your planning - it is half the fun! https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=9914F0610AA0189!1283&authkey=!AJfYDIfDQjzhC_8&ithint=file%2cpdf
  6. I was able to switch our Best of Japan on the Millennium for April 2021 to virtually the same cruise on the Solstice for late March 2022. It took awhile as they are still learning the process, but I was able to get the same price and keep all my perks. The first rep said it had to be on the same class of ship, but the second rep consulted with a supervisor and they were able to change it as the Millennium was not sailing in Japan in March/April 2022, as it was replaced by the Solstice. Walter
  7. This detailed crew repatriation plan was published 10 days ago on the Crew-Center.com web site. I applaud Celebrity CEO Lisa Lutoff-Perlo's personal dedication and commitment to getting Celebrity crew back home during the Covid-19 pandemic, no what the cost. It has since been reported that the Eclipse and Millennium were turned back from docking in Puerto Vallarta two days ago. They have Covid cases onboard and perhaps no Mexican nationals. I wonder how the rest of this plan is progressing. If it is taking this long to get crew members home, how long will it take to get them back? Meanwhile Celebrity is selling cruises again and not mentioning the repatriation crisis which drags on. It all seems a bit surreal. ---------------------------------------------------------- Celebrity Cruises is preparing a major plan to send thousands of its crew members back to their home countries. In a letter sent to the crew, the President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises Lisa Lutoff-Perlo announced the repatriation plan of the shipboard employees from 60 different nationalities using cruise ships and charter flights. In the letter Lisa Lutoff-Perlo also said that in a spirit of doing everything possible for getting the crew home she signed the CDC letter, taking responsibility for the actions in order to secure approval for disembarkation. Listed below is Celebrity Cruises current repatriation plan pending approval from various governments around the world, and rough estimated dates. The company will transfer certain crew members by nationalities onto Celebrity and Royal Caribbean cruise ships and proceed to ports where charter flights will be organized. Celebrity Cruises crew repatriation plan: Caribbean, Central and South American crew aboard Celebrity ships will be transferred to Vision, Rhapsody and Adventure. Vision of the Seas will depart from Port Miami on May 15, and sail to St. Kitts, Dominica, St. Lucia, Grenada, Trinidad, St Vincent and the Grenadines where the ship will end her repatriation voyage on June 7. Rhapsody of the Seas will depart from Port Miami on May 13, and sail to Cartagena, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, and Belize where the ship will end her repatriation voyage on May 23. Adventure of the Seas will depart from the Bahamas on May 9, and set sail to Haiti and Dominican Republic, ending her repatriation voyage in Jamaica on May 23. Filipino crew will be transferred to Celebrity Equinox. After completing the transfer Equinox will sail to Barbados, from where Celebrity Cruises have asked to operate charter flights to Manila every three days, starting May 11. Indian crew will be transferred to Celebrity Infinity and will set sail to Goa within the next two weeks. The ship is scheduled to reach its final destination in early June. Indonesian crew members will be transferred to Explorer of the Seas and Enchantment of the Seas. After completing the transfer Explorer will set sail to Barbados, where company has requested permission to fly charter flights on May 9-12. Enchantment of the Seas will sail to Miami for the charter flight on May 15. All charters would stop in Jakarta and Denpasar. Celebrity Millenium and Eclipse located on the US West Coast, Celebrity Cruises are looking into moving both ships to Puerto Vallarta in the next week to 10 days. From Puerto Vallarta, the company plans to arrange one charter flight to the Philippines and one charter flight to Barbados for the Caribbean, Central and South American crew, as well as flights based availability for European, Canadian and International crew. US crew on Celebrity ships sailing close to US ports will be repatriated with private transportation beginning May 6. US crew from Asia will be repatriated home from the Philipines as soon as Manila airport reopens. US crew on the ships located in the Mediterranean will be flown by May 20. Other International Crew: Celebrity cruises crew members from Ukraine and Romania will be transferred to the Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas which will arrive in Miami and charter flights will be organized for May 16. European, Canadian, and all other nationalities on Celebrity vessels will be transferred to three Royal Caribbean ships Freedom, Empress and Majesty. All three ships will cross the Atlantic Ocean and sail to Southampton where charter flights will be organized for crew repatriation. Empress and Majesty will depart Port Miami on May 15, and arrive in Southampton on May 28. Freedom of the Seas will depart Port Miami on May 15, and arrive in Southampton on May 24. For the crew onboard Celebrity Constellation, the company estimates that the ship will be in Athens on May 7, from there two different charets will be organized, one to London for European and International crew, and one for repatriation of the Indonesian crew. For the crew still onboard Celebrity Apex the company is planning a charter from St. Nazaire to Barbados within the week for repatriation of the Caribbean, Central and Soth American crew. European, Canadian, and International crew will be sent back home on flights based on availability. The company is also working on options to send the Indian crew members back home. In the letter, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo said " on behalf of our entire Celebrity family, I continue to send you my thanks for your strength and positive, can-do attitude. We have always been there for each other, and we need that now more than ever" Tag: Royal Caribbean Ship Life
  8. Just booked a royal suite on the Millennium. I booked 6134. Any trouble with noise from nearby stairs or elevator? thanks! (first time in one of their big suites)
  9. Two successful refund scenarios to report--I hope this gives you guys some hope that your refunds will come through! Alaska cruise/tour, scheduled to depart Vancouver May 22, 2020/Millennium. Final payment was Feb 22. Cruise was cancelled by Celebrity on March 24. We requested full refund online on March 24. At that time it was stated we would receive refund within 30 days. Today, May 6th, most of my refund appeared on my credit card online statement! Yesterday (May 5) was the 30th business day. I check our credit card online this morning--no refund. I called Celebrity and quickly got through to someone who was very helpful. He stated that two specific $ amounts (equal to our deposit and our cruise fare) had been dispersed to our credit card on May 2. And he checked and could see that two other specific $ amounts (which exactly equal the pre-paid grats and the taxes/fees amounts) are in an accounting queue for "approval" and should be dispersed soon. After we hung up I got back online and voila! There were the two credits for cruise fare plus deposit! Recent transactions are quite visible on my credit card site, so there's no chance I overlooked them earlier this morning when I check before the phone call. I feel confident that the remainder will be forthcoming. I'll update when that comes through for those who are interested. Summit Caribbean scheduled for Feb 27 2021 Cancelled by me on April 2, long before final payment was due. We had booked this cruise in February with a $500 deposit. On April 24th, the full $500 was credited to our card in 3 odd amounts: $133.96 + $217 + $149.04. Note that the original timeline was supposed to be 5-7 business days, instead it took 16 business days. (Not complaining about that--it's understandable--just noting a discrepancy.) Someone from Celebrity did call my husbands phone a few days before 4/24 to apologize for the delay, which was nice and a bit unexpected. In all this I did call Celebrity twice--the first call was on April 2nd to cancel the 2021 Summit cruise. During that phone call, the representative did verify the status on the Alaska-Millennium cancellation/refund request and said it was "processing" but we would not see any refund before 30 days. And the second call was today's call. Both phone calls were courteous and as helpful as possible. I'm a bit curious about today's posting of the credit that apparently occurred during my phone call to Celebrity. Odd coincidence. But, hey, I'm very relieved and pleased. So far Celebrity has come through in a reasonable timeline. I'm sorry that so many of you are having a different experience....
  10. Groundhog Day alert! I recently booked a "Transpacific" cruise on Millennium in April/May 2021--Tokyo to Vancouver. We cross the International Date Line on "Day 9" of the cruise. Now, Tokyo is 17 hours ahead of Pacific time...or 7 hours behind, but the next day... My assumption, since Celebrity is selling this as a "15 night cruise" is that on 7 of those 15 nights, we move our clock ahead one hour...and, as it appears to read on the Celebrity website itinerary, we merely repeat May 3, the day we cross the International Date Line...and we actually do have 15 dinners, 15 main shows, etc. Being in Select Dining, one thing I always do way in advance is to make reservations for dinner--generally every night at 7:00--since that is typically the hardest time to get (I'll adjust later if there's a late port tour)...and they always seem to let me show up a little early or a little late. Well, I just did that for this one...and the system only allowed me to book 14 nights... So, I called Celebrity...and the agent I got, "Wendy" was even more confused than I was. The website itinerary shows us repeating "Day 9"...but she kept insisting we LOSE a day! Now, I've never cruised across the Pacific before, but I have flown across it a few times and I can pretty well remember losing a day flying to Asia and gaining it back coming home. Well, Wendy put me on hold for a long time while she looked for someone who knew the answer. 40 minutes into the phone call (mostly hold time), she finally came back and insists that it's really a 14 night cruise! AND, she insists, that, when we get to Vancouver on Sunday, May 9, that it's really SATURDAY! So, I again tried to explain to her how we lose a day flying to Asia. I told her that you can board a plane in Los Angeles on Noon Thursday and you won't arrive in Tokyo until 4:00 pm on Friday...but, when you return, you can board a flight in Tokyo on Noon the following Thursday and be back in Los Angeles around noon the same day...because you lose an entire day flying to Asia and gain it back coming back to North America... Wendy was utterly confused. She took my phone number and said she'll get back to me...In any event, I still only have dinner reservations for one of the Day 9s. I believe it's a glitch in the program where the reservation system won't allow for two day 9s... ...or, maybe we go through a time warp...
  11. Hi, I have just booked the new Alaska sailing on the 30th April on the Millennium to replace our cancelled Asia cruise! Booked Aqua for the first time as same price as a balcony? Booked deck 11 1114? Can't find much about this cabin other than no over hang on the balcony? Is this a bad idea? Hubby didn't like the look of the large over hang on deck 9? Also if we book the 5 night cruise before ours to join up and we book the same cabin, can we just stay there or do we have to disembark? Never done it before? Do they link it? Oh and can you change you cabin online? Booked X direct on the U.S. website? Many thanks!
  12. I’m booked in cabin 8047 for an Alaska cruise this summer. I have since heard there is a partial obstruction of the view, has anyone been in this cabin? Also, are there electrical outlets by the beds. I use a CPAP and would prefer NOT to run an extension cord across the floor like I’ve had to do on other ships.
  13. thinking of booking the millennium for nov 15 2021 can anyone tell me if it has been upgraded and what it is like now we were on the summit a few years ago and rememeber it needed to be upgraded especially the chairs in the lounges any help would be appreciated. will I like this ship if I am used to Equniox and Reflection??
  14. I'm hoping to get some information for ship Millennium S2 views (pictures from balcony would be great!) and proximity to service doors. I've read the M Class cabin info compilation, looked at cruisecritic reviews, and visited cruisedeckplans. It's harder as the M class ships have different deck configurations of barrels, cranes, empty space, big white boxes. So can't compare Millennium views to Summit (both are shown below for starboard). I know folk love S1 cabins 6131, 6132, 6145, and 6146. I'm solo and S1 cabins are $150 more a day so not considering right now. It seems like 6115 and 6116 the lifeboats are below the edge of the balcony. The bigger cranes are above the balcony edge. Here's Millennium port S2 cabins. Millennium starboard S2 cabins. View at angle doesn't show lifeboat cranes above balcony floor as above does. Another view of starboard. Summit starboard S2s by comparison. Nice and empty on deck below 6124. Nothing high for 6122 and 6120. I think I'd be happier without a crane (although read many don't consider the taller cranes a big deal) and would like to avoid possible smoking on deck 4 port side. So leaning toward 6116. Is it near a service door? any other issues. Any other Millennium S2 cabins folk loved and might have a balcony view from? ones they'd avoid? Any smelling smoke issues for the S2 port cabins? many thanks!
  15. Currently have 1130 (A1 Aft) booked from Vancouver to Seward in 2020. Having just returned from a NCL Haven experience, the idea of the Retreat is quite tempting. The available Sky Suites are deck 6 which appear to have lifeboats just below. Starboard cabins are available (which is good because it is a Northbound itinerary). Is the Retreat a bonus for an Alaskan cruise? We won't be using the pools but may use the Retreat sundeck for viewing, if not from our balcony. We love Blu and I hear Luminae is great, but we can still eat in Blu if space is available. Would love to hear others' thought son advantages to suite vs AQ on Millennium, especially for this itinerary. Plusses for AQ - Aft cabin, Blue Plusses for Sky Suite - larger cabin, The Retreat, Luminae.... is it worth it to give up an aft?
  16. I just cancelled an 11-night cruise on Reflection for Jan. 2021 to the ABC islands and Cartagena and booked a 9-night cruise on Equinox to the ABC islands (no Cartagena, alas) for November 2021. Both cruises also visit Grand Cayman. I did not use Lift and Shift because (1) the original 11-night itinerary is not offered in 2022 on a Solstice or Millennium class ship. However, the new cruise is less expensive on a per person per day basis than the original one ($186 pppd vs $212 pppd for C2) and I got the same three perks I had on the earlier sailing. Also, the earlier cruise was NRD, and the new cruise is RD. With the new policies, I am getting back the $900 NRD as a future cruise credit (within 45 days, they said) and I did not have to forfeit the $100 per person change fee for the NRD because of the new policies. The only thing I'm not sure of is Celebrity said they only had to collect port taxes from me now, and then they would apply the FCC to the new sailing when I receive that. However, my booking confirmation says a $900 deposit is due by May 22, which is a week from today. The vacation planner at Celebrity explicitly said I can just call them when I receive the FCC and the'll apply it to the new booking, and didn't mention anything about this $900 deposit due date in a week. Do you think I need to call back to check on this?
  17. We’re just home from this cruise and want to thank Celebrity for making it such a great one. The crew, officers and everyone we met on board were happy and could not have been more helpful. After 3 stops at Vietnam ports the cruise hit the buffers with intended ports changing daily and on one day the ports were changed twice. As it turned out either Celebrity cancelled ports for our safety or countries refused us entry. The cruise was ultimately cut short by 5 nights and we terminated at Singapore rather than Hong Kong. The compensation offered to all passengers by Celebrity was very generous and in addition they covered all flight changes and hotel accommodations on touch down at Singapore. We ate every evening at the MDR and the food was all delicious. We usually have a couple of nights in the speciality restaurants but no need as MDR was the best. The Oceanview food was all so good. Service on board was excellent maybe better than usual as the ship was far from full. The cruise was probably the happiest we’ve ever taken due to every interaction with crew and passengers alike and we can’t wait to do it all again.
  18. Repatriation is not going smoothly. Many countries it seems only allow their own nationals to disembark if they allow a ship to dock at all. Here is a link to the sad situation with the Eclipse and Millennium ships: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fvallartaopinaenlinea.com%2F2020%2F05%2Fcancelan-arribo-de-dos-cruceros-a-vallarta-tras-navegar-1700-km-buscaban-ayuda-humanitaria%2F There are reports of crew member suicide. This is an ongoing humanitarian crisis folks. I admire the hard work and personal dedication of Celebrity's CEO in seeking to get Celebrity crew home at tremendous cost.
  19. To anyone who has sailed in the FV corner wrap on Millie, have the large dining table and chairs been replaced on the verandas? Thanks for your responses.
  20. My Apr 10 sailing cancelled. I wonder where the ship will go now. I’d like to still go on it even if it is for Alaska or west coast US. Thoughts?
  21. Interesting. The oceanview category on the September 2021 All Around Japan Soltice sailing has shown sold out for over a week that I have checked prices. I was wondering if some group may have booked an event. This lift and shift is between Millennium to Soltice. Any detectives? Any other sold out 2021 ocean views? Thanks, Libby
  22. Full list is here: 125% FCC or 100% refund https://www.celebritycruises.com/travel-alert/voluntary-suspension-of-cruising?fbclid=IwAR0pyAFX4VSIYm6r9wVIThafLCSXQuQYI_gqtm-BbhTDBFoI-DFoKmex9nU 3/13/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 10 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise 03/14/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 3/14/2020: Celebrity Summit - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/15/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 3/15/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 12 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Infinity - 2 Night Bahamas Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 03/22/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 03/23/20: Celebrity Infinity - 5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 3/23/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 3/23/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 11 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise 3/27/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 9 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 3/28/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/28/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 03/29/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 03/30/20: Celebrity Eclipse - 7 Night Pacific Northwest & California 4/3/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 10 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise 4/4/2020: Celebrity Summit - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Infinity - 2 Night Bahamas Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 04/5/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 4/5/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 12 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 4/6/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 4 Night Heroes Fundraising Cruise 4/10/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 5 Night Heroes Fundraising Cruise 4/11/2020: Celebrity Summit – 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 04/11/20: Celebrity Equinox - 10 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 04/11/20: Celebrity Infinity - 5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 04/12/20: Celebrity Eclipse - 8 Night Hawaii Cruise 04/12/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 4/13/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 11 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise 3/14/2020: Celebrity Summit - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/15/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 3/15/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 12 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Infinity - 2 Night Bahamas Cruise 03/21/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 03/22/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 03/23/20: Celebrity Infinity - 5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 3/23/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 2 Night Heroes Free Cruise 3/23/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 11 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise 3/27/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 9 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 3/28/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 03/28/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 03/29/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 03/30/20: Celebrity Eclipse - 7 Night Pacific Northwest & California 4/3/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 10 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise 4/4/2020: Celebrity Summit - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Infinity - 2 Night Bahamas Cruise 04/4/20: Celebrity Equinox - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 04/5/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise 4/5/2020: Celebrity Silhouette - 12 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 4/6/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 4 Night Heroes Fundraising Cruise 4/10/2020: Celebrity Millennium - 5 Night Heroes Fundraising Cruise 4/11/2020: Celebrity Summit – 7 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 04/11/20: Celebrity Equinox - 10 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise 04/11/20: Celebrity Infinity - 5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 04/12/20: Celebrity Eclipse - 8 Night Hawaii Cruise 04/12/20: Celebrity Edge - 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise 4/13/2020: Celebrity Reflection - 11 Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise
  23. I came across this story on another site https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/22457-royal-caribbean-to-sail-free-cruises-for-crisis-responders-with-displaced-tonnage.html What a great move by RCCL.
  24. I am currently booked in Aqua Class cabin 9043 on the Millennium but have an opportunity to switch to cabin 1138 or 1140 at no charges. Are these two cabins better than 9043? I know they both have large verandas but 9043 also has a large veranda. Could someone tell me if cabins 1138 & 1140 have any other advantages over 9043 besides the large veranda?
  25. Question for Blackduck59 - or anyone else from ashstreet: Like many people, my April cruise was cancelled, and I cancelled cruises booked for this October. My next cruise is on the Millennium in April 2021: 14- days in Japan followed by a TP to Vancouver. Normally, I would be booking air, hotel in Tokyo, and excursions now. But: do you think cruises will be happening 11 months from now? i am still waiting for refunds and don't want to complicate things unecessarily. All advice welcome! frankie aka ashstreet
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