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OBSESSIVEWORLDTRAVELER

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    Pennsylvania
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    Traveling
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. I am not sure If I missed it amongst the many different topics and posts about cruise lines coming back. But if they sail before a vaccine is created, there needs to be a plan/agreement between cruise lines and participating countries that if a passenger(s) are positive the whole ship won't be quarantined for weeks on end. Sailing around the world trying to find a place to dock. Otherwise we're going to have a repeat of what happened only a couple of months ago and that will cripple the industry even more.
  2. Maybe because cruise lines are incorporated outside the US and can't receive financial bailouts from the US government, they may not have to give refunds and instead give FCC. Let's see what happens.
  3. From May 2021-December 2021, NCL has 58 cruises listed, Carnival has 147 listed, and Royal Caribbean has 188 listed. Using the word "all," was a bit dramatic . Especially since theoretically a cruise line can add itineraries whenever they want to. So we may not know that all have been released at any given time. Along with maybe Carnival and Royal Caribbean are bigger cruise lines and may have more listed for that reason. But I guess I tend to overdue it when it comes to planning trips. I plan on paper three years in advance with regions of the world with possible cruises, train trips, road trips, bus trips, and guided land tours. Though I may not be able to book that far in advance, I do like to have a plan A, B, C, and D. I really need to relax. I'm driving myself crazy.
  4. What possible reason would NCL have for not releasing all of 2021 yet when Carnival and Royal Caribbean already released theirs? If the competition puts their itineraries out first, they potentially will get the reservations first. Anyone else annoyed or frustrated?
  5. I don't think it has to do with when you booked the cruise. I think it is based on whether you were an existing latitudes member before the change went into effect. The same thing happened to me and I book last minute cruises. Based on my points I should be gold but after my last CRUISE that I booked last minute I was elevated to Platinum.
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