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  1. I think it is fair to say the average Princess cruise is longer than an average Carnival cruise and the average Princess cruiser is older and more at risk than the average Carnival cruiser.
  2. All part of Carnival's plan, IMO. People have stayed in the game this long and cruising restarting is in the foreseeable future. People will rebook at higher prices and Carnival doesn't have to bribe as many people with $600 OBC. A Win-Win for Carnival!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. That's still a milestone and cruising is getting closer.
  4. Note it says sailings through Nov 1, 2020. That Radiance note was added when Carnival changed the homeport from Galveston to Long Beach and canceled the longer cruises from Galveston that made no sense from Long Beach. I had a couple of those booked. As with the other cruises, the virus controls the schedule. More cruises could be canceled, or not.
  5. If you clicked on the links it would tell you. https://www.cruisemapper.com/cruise-lines/Carnival-Cruise-Line-9
  6. First currently bookable Radiance cruise. You know what they say about assumptions. Thousands, including me, are booked on Radiance cruises before then.
  7. The $600 OBC is not your money - it is a marketing incentive to book another cruise. No cruise, no OBC. If the OBC was some other promotion when you booked, it is still not your money.
  8. Legend has a dry dock scheduled for 4/10/21-5/16/21
  9. Are you going to be on Carnival Horizon also? The ship is expected in Miami this week.
  10. Meanwhile Holland America is moving ships to America https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/23895-positive-signs-as-holland-america-moving-six-ships-toward-u-s.html
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