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fingerlakesmike

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  • Location
    Geneva, NY
  • Interests
    Travel, grandkids
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Islands

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  1. I'm 74 and have Type 1 diabetes and peripheral neuropathy. I have 14 cruises under my belt and had to cancel 3 cruises during 2019 and 2020. I thought I had read a notice from NCL and RCC about not allowing anyone my age with pre-existing conditions to cruise. Now I'm not sure what the cruise lines want and I've tried calling their numbers and it just rings and rings.
  2. We are booked for an NCL cruise to Alaska in late August. We were going with our kids and were really looking forward to it. Now, from what I've been reading and researching, we probably will be cancelling our part of the cruise. I amd a Type1 Diabetic on an insulin pump for over 30 years. I have other chronic diseases. My wife is a year into being diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease. Very mild, though noticeable. This would have been our 14th cruise. We've never had any issues, but(as some have said) getting a doctor to put his name on the line to say you won't have issues is next to impossible. We've so enjoyed our cruising and loved every cruise we ventured on. We will miss it. Bon Voyage to all
  3. My wife and I are soon to be 73 and we have enjoyed cruising in our retirement years. We've already had to cancel two cruises because of COVID-19. We have one in the books for Alaska on 8/23 on NCL. We both have underlying medical contitions. Her wiht mild Parkinsons Me with Diabetes, Neuropathy in both legs,, both caused by my exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam. Our daughter and her family of are going too. They are so looking forward to it. This would be our second cruise there, But would still love to see it with them. I feel this will hurt the cruise industry. Some articles have said, that on average, 14-16% of cruisers are over 70. Not sure they could cover that loss. Hoping to still go, but not looking good. .
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