Can CAS take over an NCL Reservation booked online?

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#1
710 Posts
Joined Jul 2009
Still trying to replace my cruise that we had to cancel for today....and as there is only ONE of the cabins left on the cruise that I want to book AND the fact that CAS is closed....I was thinking of booking it and then having CAS convert it to "theirs" come Monday...

Any experience with this?
#2
151 Posts
Joined Jun 2015
Originally posted by chloemonkey
Still trying to replace my cruise that we had to cancel for today....and as there is only ONE of the cabins left on the cruise that I want to book AND the fact that CAS is closed....I was thinking of booking it and then having CAS convert it to "theirs" come Monday...

Any experience with this?
How far out is the cruise? If it's more than 90 days you could always book it and then call CAS on Monday.

That way you could cancel without penalty if they couldn't help you.

If it's within that 90 day, I have no advice as I have no experience but hope someone else has had this dilemma and will be able to help you out.
#3
LA
2,723 Posts
Joined Jan 2010
Yes, do it online and when you get to the booking page put in a courtesy hold and get the reservation # and CAS will convert it over for you. You can do it as a full booking if you want but the courtesy hold will suffice.