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3 minutes ago, Biker19 said:

It is? Pretty sure an Azores to Miami (without Aruba) sailing is not a PVSA violation (though RCI would likely never sell such a sailing).

The person was proposing a TA stop first on the east coast and then proceed with a second leg.  I took that as stopping in New York and then continuing on yo Florida.  I may have misread that. 

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5 minutes ago, Ourusualbeach said:

The person was proposing a TA stop first on the east coast and then proceed with a second leg.  I took that as stopping in New York and then continuing on yo Florida. 

He proposed breaking up the Westbound TA in the middle of the Atlantic - about the only place from where you could make the East Coast in 7 days is the Azores.

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20 minutes ago, Biker19 said:

He proposed breaking up the Westbound TA in the middle of the Atlantic - about the only place from where you could make the East Coast in 7 days is the Azores.

Just saw the part about splitting it in two. Didn’t see the part about splitting it mud Atlantic 

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8 hours ago, Biker19 said:

He proposed breaking up the Westbound TA in the middle of the Atlantic - about the only place from where you could make the East Coast in 7 days is the Azores.

CDC says 7 days or less. A TA from the Europe could do 12 days to Freeport or Nassau.  Then 2 days to FLL.

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4 hours ago, taglovestocruise said:

CDC says 7 days or less. A TA from the Europe could do 12 days to Freeport or Nassau.  Then 2 days to FLL.

Depending on where you start in Europe and where your destination in the US is located, many options.  From Northern Europe/UK to NE USA could break up a TA in Iceland, Greenland, or Bermuda.  From the Med or Southern Europe to Florida or SE USA could break it in the Canaries, Azores, Medeira or even Cape Verde (not sure about that one).  If they were trying to be that cute I assume they'd still want a port that would attract visitors on its own and could handle a large ship turnaround.  I'm sure they would have already done this if it worked out logistically and financially.  

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