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  1. Brilliance just moved from Miami and headed to coco cay. Maybe that's good news it's getting ready?
  2. I'm hoping for a royal update soon. They should toss us a bone.
  3. Well this is not looking good for Brilliance. Less than 60 days out and ... crickets
  4. I had the royal suite on navigator of the seas. It was gorgeous. Treated like royalty. It was a once in a lifetime thing for me. Hindsight I wouldn't do it again. It was way too much way over the top. Fantastic but for me I'd go with a grand or owners suite.
  5. To be fair neither has Oasis from NJ and there has been an official test cruise announced for them
  6. Video seemingly confirms 1st sailing beginning September 4th. I wonder if there have insider information or are they just using the same rc schedule everyone else does
  7. I wonder if they will update their web page soon with more test cruises. It still reflects last update June 15th.
  8. I used a cruise mapper and it shows brilliance in Bahamas
  9. I am on brilliance September 18th. I'm starting to lose hope. I wishe they would announce something soon
  10. CDC has lowered its alert level from a 4 to a 3. It's also created new advisory and recommendations for UNVACCINATED passengers. Could this finally be a step in the right direction? Key Information for Cruise Ship Travelers Who Are Not Fully Vaccinated CDC recommends that people who are not fully vaccinated avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises, worldwide. Since the virus spreads more easily between people in close quarters aboard ships, the chance of getting COVID-19 on cruise ships is high. It is especially important that people who are not fully vaccinated with an increased risk of severe illness avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises. Cruise passengers who are not fully vaccinated are more likely to get COVID-19, which spreads person-to-person, and outbreaks of COVID-19 have been reported on cruise ships. People who decide to go on a cruise should get tested 1–3 days before their trip and 3–5 days after their trip. In addition to testing, passengers who are not fully vaccinated should self-quarantine for 7 days after cruise travel, even if they test negative. If they do not get tested, they should self-quarantine for 10 days after cruise travel.
  11. Do you think them sailing from only the 4 US ports they have now maybe just the ports they are using to test and once the cdc gives clearance and tests becomes no longer needed they will Jumpstart the remainder of the ports
  12. Yes, I saw. I was hoping that maybe they would get test sailings in for them to have them back in operation for September 1st. I don't want another cancelled cruise.
  13. Anyone have a crystal ball or a good guess as to when they think the remainder of the ships/ports will be assigned their test cruises so we can sail with a full fleet? I'm looking at you Bayonne and Tampa.
  14. What about the port in Tampa? I'm scheduled on Brilliance Mid- September. No word on Tampa or Brilliance. Do the tests in the 3 ports scheduled now open up sailing in others without do the tests from each port individually? I was hoping to see Brilliance on the ship test list next.
  15. We were supposed to cruise in April. We filed for our refund April 13th. our future Cruise credit still remains in our accounts and we haven't seen any money. My question is, has anybody seen their refund come through yet? Or is it just a pipe dream?
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