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krittykat

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  1. Already got my 1st vaccine, waiting until time for 2nd. I wouldn't cruise without it. Hubby same way. Now it is a waiting game before our adult daughter (29) can get hers. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine (single shot, made similar to the flu vaccine, vs MRNA) would likely be the best option for her. I want to cruise this December. This is the 3rd time scheduled and I don't want to reschedule again.
  2. Glad I rebooked my December cruise for Dec 2021 earlier this year. Got a much better deal than the 10% off they are offering and was able to upgrade cabin.
  3. We had rescheduled our original April 2020 cruise for Dec 2020. That isn't something we are comfortable with right now. So we have pushed it out to Dec 2021 (and got a much better cabin). I think by then things should be better
  4. I completely agree. Have yiu seen their daily infection numbers . I had some family members go down for a Disney vacation...unfortunately they all came back with Covid infections
  5. Personally, I rebooked our Dec 2020 cruise until Dec 2021. Partially because I need surgery on my knee and partially I want to wait until vaccines are completely out there and safely in place. However I am a little concerned that non medical experts appear to be dictating when cruising may resume..however that is still pending.
  6. Thanks and best wishes to you and your soon to be family. That in itself will be an adventure. Our adult daughter travels frequently with us since she is still single and has been looking forward to this cruise. Just a little delayed.
  7. Thanks. I guess things work out for the best. Snorkeling and walking will be much easier
  8. Thanks. Definitely have goals for post surgery therapy now.
  9. Was going to cruise the Caribbean in April 2020. That didn't happen. We rescheduled for Dec 2020 and was able to upgrade. My first river cruise in Europe in August didn't happen. Hopefully..next August with a nicer.cabin. Now I must have a knee replacement in December. So...again reschedule the caribbean cruise with NCL to next year. Luckily..everything can be reticketed. No more money out of pocket..even airline ticket. Bonus that we were able to score a 2 bedroom Haven cabin this time. I guess that will worth the wait. For now..will get excited for the only trip we can do...
  10. Well, my Dec cruise was paid with the FCC we got from our non existent April cruise. So, I guess I will wait until they cancel the December cruise and then go from there.
  11. So, if I rebook our December cruise for next year - we would get a 25% bonus? I am trying to decide whether to wait for NCL to cancel the cruise on us again or just reschedule.
  12. Not to be late to the party but I do have a question. We had booked in April 2020 - it was cancelled of course. We rebooked using the FCC given for December 2020. Now it looks grim for that to happen. Will they offer the same? (100% + 25%) Does anyone have any experience with that? This is not CruiseNext.
  13. I think that may be the case if I cancel but not if they extend the suspension. I already know a couple who was in my position and their rebooked cruise was suspended. They got 125% fcc on that on also for the inconvenience
  14. We took the 125% FCC on our canceled cruise from April 2020 and rebooked for Dec 12. It may be now we will have to reschedule again for the following Dec. Should get 125% of our current booking so we can get a possible 2nd upgrade (went from spa balcony to Haven aft penthouse with last change). Since money is already tied up....it is fine....
  15. The article reads that all US cruises are included in that cancellation. There may be some cruises going out of other countries but a large portion of their business sails from US ports
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