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taylor1293

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About taylor1293

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Florida
  • Interests
    Travel
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival, NCL, RCCL
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Cozumel, San Juan, St. Maarten, Italy

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  1. I completely agree. That’s why I also canceled a 2022 cruise and sold my Carnival stock. I’m trying to limit any potential losses, while maintaining hope that my 2021 cruise sails.
  2. My March cruise was canceled. I canceled the November cruise we had scheduled because I think there is about a 99% chance it won’t sail. Next up is June of 2021. I’m about 50% confident that will sail.
  3. It took 80 days but I have finally been fully refunded by Carnival!
  4. You made the right decision. The Havana area is amazing!
  5. Still waiting... March 15th - filled out the form for our canceled March 19th cruise...still waiting for that refund. March 17th - canceled 2 other cruises...still waiting on those refunds. April 12th - canceled Cheers package on a cruise in 2021. Received that refund on May 15. 😏🙄
  6. I’ve been waiting 57 days. Carnival still hasn’t returned anything from my canceled 3/19/20 cruise.
  7. On March 15th, I submitted the cancellation form Carnival sent to me (I chose the OBC option). This was for our March 19th cruise. My daughter also submitted her form the same day. Two days later, I cancelled two other cruises. And on April 12th, I cancelled the Cheers package for a 2021 cruise that I still have booked. On Wednesday April 29, my daughter received her money back for the March 19th cruise but I did not. So I called Carnival and the rep told me they had no record of any form that I had submitted on March 15th but she would complete it now. 🙄 How convenient for Carnival. She also said she could see that I cancelled two other cruises but they had not been processed so she would process them too (whatever that means). She indicated that there is no set timeline to receive the money back. (Yes, I’m aware that Carnival is saying 90 days...I’m just sharing) She also said I should get emails, confirming all of this, within a couple of days. Those haven’t arrived either. As of today, I haven’t been refunded any of the $2,869.75 I am owed. And there seems to be no system in place to how people are getting their refunds.
  8. We were supposed to cruise In three days. Our next one isn’t until November. But the first thing I plan to do is grab a chocolate mocha getaway!
  9. My daughter and I did this cruise in June of 2019. It was my third time on the Epic but first time sailing the Mediterranean. It was an amazing cruise! We embarked in Barcelona...if you sail from there, I definitely recommend spending a few days before your cruise touring this fabulous city. It’s nothing like sailing in the Caribbean...the port days are VERY long and the weather, even in June, was not warm enough for the pool (although the pool was packed on the one sea day...but we are Floridians...so our idea of pool weather is different!). If you decide to book...take a look at italytours.eu they have cheaper excursions than the ship with considerably less people.
  10. There is no Carnival ship that I wouldn’t sail again. However, I do have a least favorite and that is the Sunshine. We had a good cruise but I wasn’t overly impressed with the ship. Our absolute favorite ship is the Horizon. We absolutely loved the ship and the crew.
  11. We were on the Epic in June and our steward left us a towel animal every night.
  12. Our first cruise was in 2006. We expect to be diamond in 2021. If we would have only sailed with Carnival, we would have reached that tier a few years ago. But we like trying other lines/ships.
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