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  1. Anyone know if the "port of call" menu is still being offered on the other nights?
  2. We did this through Native Choice in January 2020. It was a very nice tour. It was our first time to this port so it was interesting seeing the ruins and the lagoon. Our driver also stopped and let us buy fruits from road side sellers and that was an awesome treat.
  3. I apologize if this has already been answered, but do they still offer the "port of call" menu each night in the dining room?
  4. I feel comfortable and have enough faith in the cruise lines to go right now. I'm vaxxed and ready to pack but don't have one scheduled until January.
  5. I'm booked on Mardi Gras for 1/22/22. I'm excited for this ship because it of how different I think it will be compared to the rest of the fleet. I sailed on NCL's Escape this past January, and while I didn't love the overall vibe of NCL, the ship was beautiful. I'm thinking Mardi Gras will be similar to it in some ways. I'm looking forward to having 3 port stops on a 7 day cruise also. I cruise for the ports and not the ship but 4 days in a row does wear me out. We picked the Western Caribbean route this time. I was hoping for different itineraries for Mardi Gras, but I feel like I need a do
  6. I noticed that the above article said that she would spend 10 days at sea then back at dock for final preparations for US arrival. Anyone know how much longer she will be in Finland before embarking for the states? Is she ahead of schedule? Just wondering since she isn't scheduled to depart for cruises for another 4 months, if we are cruising by then. Wonder what she'll be doing here in the states if she comes over before February...
  7. I got this email too, my cruise is 498 days away. I clicked the link anyway, but didn’t see any place to select a time. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  8. I had an October 2020 cruise booked that had me on pins and needles waiting to see if it would sail. I knew it wouldn't, but waiting on an official cancelation was stressful. I decided to go ahead and rebook the Mardi Gras for 2022. I have a feeling the prices will be very high once cruising restarts so I booked at a price I am comfortable with, but also far enough out that hopefully all this "will we ever cruise again" talk will be over.
  9. My check was for $20 and some change, can't remember the exact amount, only one phone.
  10. My 10/31 cruise that was cancelled was being handled by a travel agent. I assume that I am able to book a new cruise on my own and have the FCC that I requested from Carnivals email applied to the new booking with any assistance from the travel agent, right? Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  11. I checked in for my 10/31 cruise today, but wasn’t given an option to select an arrival time. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  12. I plan on taking a vacation somewhere beginning 10/31. Previously, I have been dead set against sailing that soon, even though I doubt anyone will be by then. Now I'm starting to think if the ship sails I'll be on it. I've come to the conclusion that I have just as much a chance of catching Covid vacationing anywhere else and at least my cruise is much cheaper than any land vacation I book, so why not. I still don't think Carnival will be ready by then though.
  13. Well, I wasn't originally scheduled on the Sensation, I was moved to it from the Fantasy. As of right now, I can't access my booking. I have a final payment due 8/17 but the email I was sent said they would have everything transferred by 8/23. I'm honestly hoping it gets cancelled by then but who knows.
  14. Good luck, and I honestly mean that! I used the same rate to book my next cruise but I don’t have any hope that it will be transferred when I reschedule. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
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