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GranJean

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  1. Searched but didn’t find information about whether or not Princess ships will have COVID Testing onboard. Most if not all countries and some US states (Hawaii for example) require a current negative test results in hand at arrival. Princess has stated that they will comply with port requirements at each stop. Does that mean they will test and provide each passenger with valid test results? And who pays for it?
  2. Same with our reservations in 2022. Was surprised we kept our extras and booking number on the re-fare.
  3. We received the email yesterday referencing our February 2022 cruise. We probably won’t take them up on it at this time. Thinking is that Princess, like most all businesses, needs the cash flow and they wish to garner some of the stimulus money from the feds. Can’t really blame them. We just don’t want to risk the funds at this time. Besides a better deal may be offered at a later date.
  4. A few years ago we, a party of three, charged around $510 for meals and drinks and spent another $200 or so on tips and trinkets for the four day land portion. We aren’t extravagant by any means and would put our spending about normal. Of course, your mileage may vary.
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