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Reagan0712

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About Reagan0712

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  • Location
    Central Pennsylvania
  • Interests
    Golf, travel, knitting
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Holland America
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Europe

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  1. “Resume cruises by July 4” 😂😂😂 These clowns haven’t a clue. That is less than 10 weeks from today. Cruise lines would need to round up crews, all materials needed to cruise, all permits needed to access ports, and enough passengers willing to drop everything at a moments notice to fill these ships. Plus in Alaska, get Canada agree to allow a stopover of some sort to meet the foreign port requirement. It is nothing but another stunt to play to their base so they can say “See, we tried to get things open”
  2. Iceland is a favorite of mine also. I’m currently trying to plan a Ring Road trip for July/August as I have a credit to use from a canceled Icelandair vacation package from last year.
  3. @CruiseNH I believe you are correct in your assessment. I’m getting pushback for trying to schedule a trip to Iceland in July. Iceland is in the green for cases and is letting in fully vaccinated people with proof of vaccination. And, they do not hesitate to immediately deport people who refuse testing if not vaccinated or can prove they’ve had covid. As far as my scheduled trans-atlantic in October not much as been said but I think they think it won’t come off.
  4. When the 1st ship sails from, say covid hotbed Italy, & passengers become ill is DeSantis going to allow the ship to dock & disembark in Ft Lauderdale? Is he going to make sure all those passengers are sent to quarantine facilities like Iceland does with arriving people? Is he going to make sure everyone is tested and then tested again before leaving the quarantine facilities? It was my understanding from the get go that the CDC didn’t want ships coming into FL from overseas, hence, the ban. And considering the EU is way behind the US in vaccinations there is a good chance that
  5. This was a date previously issued by the CDC which is why HAL pushed our TA on the new Rotterdam back 10 days. We are now scheduled to arrive in Ft Lauderdale on Nov 3rd.
  6. Perfectly. Apparently I was born for a pandemic. I had no problem not leaving the house/property, not seeing anyone and just talking on the phone when I wanted to. And, my yard last summer looked better than it had in years. Now that I’m vaccinated the family is expecting me for Easter. I guess my little solo party is over. 🤷‍♀️
  7. Absolutely, especially as I’m sitting on a $1000 credit from Icelandair Holidays from a trip that was cancelled last year not once but twice. Now all I need is for the passport people to send my renewed passport and for the volcano to settle down.
  8. I did this three years ago as part of a transatlantic. Make sure to get laundry services. It is well worth the money and will enable you to get yourselves down to, probably, a carryon and one suitcase each. Laundry goes down in the morning and we always had it back in the afternoon.
  9. Thanks, however, they are never available. Ever. No matter how far in advance I try to book.
  10. My question is...Do you have to know someone to get one of the single cabins? No matter how far in advance I look they are always sold out. I do realize there are a limited number but I’ve even checked the farthest date out I could and nada.
  11. I am fully vaccinated, awaiting new passport, and have cruise booked for October. Suitcase at the ready.
  12. Yes it will. I am one of those booked on a 2022 Land-Sea in June and there was not an overabundance of cabins available when I booked my cruise several months ago.
  13. Agree. If someone has a specific cabin in mind perhaps they should book a refundable 2022 Alaska cruise now to get what they want then wait for HAL to cancel an already booked 2021 Alaska cruise to get the bumped up FCC. At least they’d know they were assured of the cabin of their choice if they had to wait until 2022.
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