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eldaradoe

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About eldaradoe

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    Jupiter Fl
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Oceania
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Sorrento

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  1. eight months is close....many people will cancel there cruises before they have to pay additional monies. Cruises past October are being canceled by guests at this point as this year is in question.
  2. i think you problem is with the UK laws....in the US we don't have those problems
  3. well 2 ship with approx 625 rooms, 3 ships with approx 325 rooms that would equal 2225 rooms....average length of a cruise 12 days - so in a a 8 month period there would be 20 cruises x 2225 rooms which would be over 45,000 refunds...cruise lines book out over 2 years so I wouldn't be too skeptical about those numbers
  4. they are quoting up to 90 days due to backlog
  5. the question is who canceled....did you or Oceania.....and they did not offer you 100% cash back or 125% FCC?
  6. It goes back to you account.... Depending on when it needs to be used by they may extend it due to the situation
  7. Actually if your travel agent was worth anything he would notify you as mine does when there is a reduction ... He checks from time to time.
  8. Seriously.... You should be the last to be refunded with the comments.. Chill out
  9. Well I received full refund and cutie Cruise credits for my Asia and awaiting the secondary.... Yes Oceania is handling it be patient
  10. i cancelled two cruises ....1 I received back on my cc the other not yet.....so I guess they are just going thru 1 voyage at a time.
  11. Just a point of reference for the extension....just for you as you need explanation
  12. Carnival Extends Cancellation and Compensation Policy (Updated March 22, 2020 8:55 p.m. EDT) Below is information on Carnival Cruise Line’s flexible cancellation guidelines still in effect for sailings departing June through September 2020, including its Carnival Spirit Alaska sailings Regarding Carnival’s upcoming Carnival Spirit Alaska sailings this summer, Carnival outlined options to affected guests. “We know our guests have questions about their upcoming cruise,” the letter reads in part, “and we have relaxed our cancellation policy to provide flexibility should you wish to re
  13. It was.... But you may be right..... But could you imagine if the cruise lines or for that matter airlines and any travel company allowing you to cancel closer to departure.... Either the price would go through the roof and or the services level would be pathetic. I know for myself it takes months to plan most cruises unless it's to the Caribbean or someplace similar. They need to sail with nearly full ships otherwise we all lose.
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