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  1. Two points. IMO your cruise is going to be canceled, and second since Europe isn't allowing US tourists in at this time, and probably won't be in October, even if the cruise goes you are not likely to be able to get on board anyway.
  2. IMO no one is sailing at Christmas this year, so that is probably a good decision. I don't think tying funds up with a cruise line right now is a wise investment.
  3. A large part of that is in the Myrtle Beach area, not Charleston.
  4. I don't think anything is resuming before the end fo the year, but if it does you might see Norfolk and Charleston being used a lot more.
  5. With the case loads increasing daily and the US having no control over the virus betting on an October cruise is a long shot.
  6. You have your cash. If NCL has to seek protection from the bankruptcy court those FCCs are going to be worthless. IMO you won big!
  7. I wonder how long it takes for this credit to be reversed?
  8. You might be on board but I would not count on it.
  9. Point the friend here: https://www.ncl.com/suspended-sailings
  10. It all depends on what the CDC says. It won't be up to NCL or the State of Hawaii.
  11. I don't think that promotions are going to have any impact on bookings right now. I can't imagine anyone booking with the potential for NCL to make use of the bankruptcy courts, and with no idea when cruising will begin again.
  12. Since NCL isn't cruising anytime soon, I would nto worry about it.
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