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  1. The CDC appears to have merged the utilization of the chart to include CSO application status. CSO would be a prerequisite for passenger sailings.
  2. On December 7th, CDC again updated the list that shows which cruiselines and ships have a complete and accurate response plan for operating in US waters with the CSO (conditional sailing order). Regent and all of its ships are still absent. It is possible that Regent has decided not to sail in the USA until vaccines are widespread ??
  3. Back on topic ! Mariner: Curaco Explorer: Ravenna, Italy Splendor: Brindisi, Italy Voyager: Olbia (Sardinia) Italy Navigator: Naples, Italy
  4. IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR UPCOMING CRUISE DATE OF ISSUANCE: DECEMBER 2, 2020 Dear Valued Guest and Travel Advisor*, Regent Seven Seas Cruises continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 coronavirus situation and the global health environment. With COVID-19 continuing to impact communities and ports around the globe, we have made the difficult decision to cancel your upcoming cruise. For All Active, Paid-in-Full Reservations: To make up for the inconvenience of canceling your voyage, for all active paid-in-full reservations, Regent w
  5. Time to start a new thread. Regent Seven Seas Cruises® has agreed to voluntarily suspend operations for cruises embarking through March 2021 aboard Seven Seas Splendor™, Seven Seas Explorer®, Seven Seas Voyager® and Seven Seas Navigator®, as well as all cruises departing though April 2021 aboard Seven Seas Mariner®.
  6. CDC updated the list today (December 1) to show all ships that have a complete and accurate response plan for operating in US waters during the initial phases of the framework for CSO. Regent and all of its ships are still absent. CDC states that the list will be updated weekly, every Tuesday. Hopefully Regent will be part of the process next time around.
  7. All Regent ships are now waitlisted for January, February, and March.
  8. OK, I can see your point and can re-read it your way. I read it originally to mean the current terms and conditions for penalties would govern until the new final payment date. It is still a failure in the messaging as it can be interpreted 2 ways with opposite meanings. Both readings would be correct, which makes it ambiguous.
  9. That is good to hear, and that policy would make sense to coincide with a altered final-payment date. However, Regent is either inconsistent with the policy, or is failing in the messaging. The wording of the policy email is opposite from your experience. Here is the full email from yesterday. Note the warning about NOT changing the penalties (paragraph #2). IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR UPCOMING CRUISE DATE OF ISSUANCE: NOVEMBER 23, 2020 Dear Valued Guest and Travel Advisor*, Rege
  10. However: Cancellation penalties will remain at their current level until the new final payment date.
  11. Add January 6, January 21 and February 4, 2021 voyages aboard Seven Seas Explorer. Cancelled as of today.
  12. The January 5, 2021 Voyager cruise was included in the cancellation.
  13. Dave: I think this covers your question. From page 30 of the Order: ( f) As a condition of obtaining or retaining a COVID-19 Conditional Sailing Certificate, cruise ship operators must comply with the requirements of this framework. These requirements apply to any cruise ship operating in U.S. waters and to cruise ships operating outside of U.S. waters if the cruise ship operator intends for the ship to return to operating in U.S. waters at any time while Order remains in effect. At present, the order will be in effect for one year.
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