Posted March 30th, 2007, 07:02 PM
I am Carol 54, a misplaced cruiser that have to rearrange my cruise. I cannot go May 26 or June 2 because of the repairs that need to be done. Okay I want to go instead on June 16. What you are proposing is NCL should book me on that cruise in the same GV I booked for the May 26 cruise? What happens to the passengers that have already booked that stateroom?
I understand that Carol54 is booked in an stateroom that not many people book, but what happens to the other people in a BB or BA stateroom? Is NCL to kick those people out of their staterooms to accommodate those misplaced from the May 26, June 2 cruise?
Just where does it stop????
I don't think that is what Carol54 is proposing. Clearly, no one is going to be forced to give up their stateroom for a displaced passenger. However, using your example let's see how this goes:
I am Carol 54, a misplaced cruiser that have to rearrange my cruise. I cannot go May 26 or June 2 because of the repairs that need to be done. Okay I want to go instead on the first available date where my original "type" stateroom is available. Except, now I have to pay extra money to get the same thing I already paid for? In this case, since it was a Garden Villa, I have to pony up an extra $3k.
Bottom line, NCL should honor the original booking AT A MINIMUM. Asking for more money is robbery.