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IAMTRUSTWORTHY,,, FCC's, Cancelled cruises, and insurance

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Would love to hear your opinion.


Prior to this recent COVID-19 fiasco, FCC's as a general rule were not insurable.


However, with the recent development with cruiseline cancelling cruises, cruise dates being pushed back, cruiselines issuing FCC's for future cruises, etc. Are these FCC's still not insurable?

People are being offered insurance when they go to rebook using the FCC. Are they uneducated on the issue? Are they being duped?


Would be interested in hearing your opinion.

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Offered insurance for cancellation or just the medical/evacuation? Who is offering it - the cruise line, the travel agency? It could be a misunderstanding of what is covered unless they specifically say the FCC’S are covered.


I, too, would appreciate Steve’s explanation. Thanks for posting the question.

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Babr, I could be wrong, but you mentioned the name of "Steve", and I have a feeling your talking about Trip Insurance Store.  I can't seem to get much out of him myself when asking questions.

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