Paying a year ahead
Started researching for next May and sent an Email to the travel agent. She came back with as Viking cruise (we went Uniworld last time but she says Uniworld is more cost effective). Anyway she says we can waitlist on the new longboats obligation free.
OK do it. So I send her the names and date of birth. I get an Email 2 days later saying pay $500 deposit each in 2 days time and the balance ($11,000) in 2 weeks.
Opinions on what to do invited. Surely the whole ship isn't booked up a year ahead. It's a May cruise Amsterdam to Basel.
I decided to change my avatar so googled "cruise avatar" and my new avatar is what came up. Tom cruise in Avatar. haha!
2016- Dec- Thomson Dream- Cuban Fusion
2016- November- Thomson Dream- Caribbean Horizons
2016- October - Celebrity Reflection- Mediterranean
2016- September- HAL Eurodam- Mediterranean
2016- April - Norwegian Epic - Italy, France
2016- March- HAL Rotterdam - Sing-Sthampton
2016 - Feb, Pacific Jewel - Vanuatu Explorer
2015 - Sept, Carnival Splendor- New England
2015 - Sept, Carnival Glory B2B East/West Caribbean
2014- July. HAL Noordam- Adriatic
2014- June. Azamara Journey- Baltics
2014- April Diamond Princess- Japan/Taiwan
2013-Dec Sun Princess- Pacific Islands
2013-May MSC Magnifica (not impressed)
2013 April- Norwegian Jade- Holy Land
2011 April- Uniworld River Beatrice- Enchanting Danube.
2008 Dec/2009 Jan -Rhapsody of the Seas-New Zealand
2007- Oct -Pacific Sun-Vanuatu, Noumea
2007- July -Pacific Sun-Vanuatu, Isle of Pines
2007- May -Diamond Princess-Alaska
2003- April -Superstar Leo- Suva, Noumea