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  1. Who knows what the testing requirements/protocols will be come November... anything for November is hard to predict at this point. If you proceed to book the B2B, keep an open mind and expect change along the way. Maintain a "go-with-the-flow" attitude and you'll be fine!
  2. Wrong. When public health is at risk, your normal freedoms rightly go out the window. The greater good of society at large overrides everything else.
  3. I did not read the ruling. My comment was not my "interpretation". i was simply conveying the story as covered by ABC News. If you disagree, take it up with ABC. In any case, how on earth would Florida law have jurisdiction over a cruise ship that is sailing outside of Florida waters?
  4. This debate isn't over yet. It's just a temporary ruling for a few short weeks. ABC just covered the story on the world news and their report stated that the unvaccinated could expect to have a different cruising experience on RCI cruises out of Florida. The unvaccinated can expect to have to mask up whilst inside the ship. They will having more restrictive dining options and may not be allowed access to some events and shows. Doesn't sound like much fun to me for the unvaccinated. I have no cruises booked for the rest of 2021 so none of this will impact me at all. I do know
  5. Canada will finish all this with a higher percentage of its population fully vaccinated against COVID than the US does. I'm thinking they will probably pass the US by early September. There isn't as large a contingent of anti-vaxers/anti-science people in Canada. Hence more willingness to get the vaccine. Sure...Canada got off to a slower start than the US in terms of getting its population vaccinated, but I'm more interested in where a country ends up with vaccinations than where it starts. My hat goes off to Canada.
  6. I don't know the definitive answer to the OP question, however, I can add that for at least a week the first three Jade cruises out of Athens were showing as being "Sold-Out" on an on-line cruise booking website. IMHO, they were either truly sold out or (and more likely I think) soon to be cancelled. Time will tell.
  7. I have not been on any NCL ship larger than Jade, but I would add that the level ofsmoking in the casino is really a problem. People that are not even gambling hang out in the casino to smoke. It's a real problem. Having said that, I don't know if casino smoking on NCL is more of a problem than on other cruise lines.
  8. Currently, it seems the First NCL cruise will be the Encore out of Seattle leaving August 7th for a 7-day Alaska cruise.
  9. Everything would have to work smoothly with no glitches for you to make it. Personally, I wouldn't try it.
  10. That being the case, I see the August Gem sailings out of Miami to be at risk.
  11. Another vote for keeping the mushroom soup!
  12. I was thinking exactly the same thing. Wouldn't it be ironic if it turns out the two passengers gained access to the ship using fake vax cards. Probably not the case but time will tell.
  13. I'm not currently booked on any cruise. However if I were, I would definitely cancel if they no longer required proof of vaccination.
  14. I guess you missed the stories of multiple US Navy ships being hit with COVID over the past year. Are you saying COVID is a hoax? So what is your take on this current case on the Millennium? That's the issue in this thread.
  15. Well the 42% single supplement is gone for now. It's back to 100%. I don't know if it was a glitch or if enough people booked it...but it's gone now.
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