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zqvol

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    Somewhere upon the sea
  • Interests
    Cruising
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Anyone that I am on
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Dedocanese

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  1. We always use George's Taxi Nice cars and good drivers.
  2. Little chance of this succeeding or being settled before we are back to "normal". FL doesn't have a leg to stand on.
  3. Sounds like you were pricing a guarantee cabin. Go back and check that you don't pay as much for those, but you don't get the choices that you get with the higher fares.
  4. I have done it many times. It should not be an issue as long as you don't switch cabin categories.
  5. Assuming it is like the B2B we did on Dawn on a Canadian cruise, you don't have to do anything except go down the day before the end of the first cruise and get your new key cards. No packing, nothing special at all. There is no customs on immigration since you never leave Hawaii.
  6. Having flown into both Cozumel and Cancun, IMO neither has the infrastructure to support cruising from Cozumel, unless it is on one of the luxury lines with fewer than 500 passengers.
  7. I guess I was lucky. I went on line on a Tuesday and had an appointment for that Friday. I got the appointment for the second dose when I got the first one. The problem in getting appointments is multifaceted. The demand is high and the supply has still not caught up. There are not enough people available to inoculate people. As the J&J vaccine comes out that is given in one dose and doesn't have the refrigeration requirements of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines things will get easier. We have another 6 - 8 months of this so there is no point in getting in a hurry.
  8. The reports are that the vaccines prevent you from getting ill, not from contracting and spreading the virus. Having been vaccinated is not going to impact the need to be tested.
  9. I honestly don't think these two rulings are going to have any impact. I do not see cruises beginning out of any US port until after the Alaskan and Canadian seasons are over anyway.
  10. IMO by the time the CDC allows cruises out of the US there will not be any need for special protocols.
  11. If it were me I would plan on a different spring vacation. The pandemic is likely to be going strong then and cruising is, in my opinion, not going to be happening.
  12. Realized, long after the original post that I forgot to include New Orleans.
  13. I would never do late again, because it is too close to when we go to bed and we always end up unable to sleep with all of those fresh calories in our stomachs. Early is really too early, so our choice is anytime or what ever the cruise lines calls it. As an FYI to OP, late dining is really too late for your older passengers unless you live on the left coast and cruise out of the right coast.
  14. Sounds like a TA policy and not a CCL policy.
  15. We have sailed out of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Charleston, Boston, Seward, San Juan, and St Thomas in the US. Either Seward or St. Thomas is probably the favorite. We've also sailed out of Vancouver, Quebec City, Bridgetown, Venice, Dubrovnik, Athens, and Istanbul.
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