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  1. Let me point out that I don't work for Regent. I am not accepting any free cruises for this advice, however, if they offer I'll take it. (Cruise anywhere on any Regent ship for any length of time). I believe that it was an attempt at extension which was just too late. From the Title: “THIRD MODIFICATION AND EXTENSION OF NO SAIL ORDER AND OTHER MEASURES RELATED TO OPERATIONS” From Applicability: “This Modification and Extension of No Sail Order and Other Measures Related to Operations “ From: Findings and Immediate Action “Accordingly, the foll
  2. "has hereunto set his hand at Washington, D.C., this 30th day of September 2020." I think he missed the deadline.
  3. “Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit but the highest form of intelligence,” attributed to Oscar Wilde. It was your intelligence that is apparent in your post and shadows any subtle sarcasm . Marc, you may want to get those tickets. From: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (HHS) CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC); ORDER UNDER SECTIONS 361 & 365 OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT (42 U.S.C. 264, 268) AND 42 CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS PART 70 (INTERSTATE) AND PART 71 (FOREIGN): SECOND MODIFICATION AND EXTENSION OF NO SAIL ORDER AND OTHER MEASURES RELATED TO
  4. Regent Seven Seas "SuiteGuru" - quick reviews & ratings of Regent Seven Seas suites!
  5. And now the Mariner is scheduled to leave Puerta Vallarta and head to the canal.
  6. While I don't care about the Regent ships other than the Splendor, I noticed that the Voyager is on its way to La Spezia with an ETA of Sept 17th. Is there any significance that affects the sailings of the Splendor?
  7. 40 plus years ago I was lucky enough to snag a law school class taught by Jerry Zeifman, chief counsel of the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate inquiry. Learned a lot from the class and even more from him in after-class "academic assessment and review sessions". (held at a local Fern Bar) He explained that Congressional hearings are mostly staged to allow the members to present their position through witnesses. The decisions were made before the hearings and supported by the process. (hopefully) I am assuming that CDC has made their decision and is using the proce
  8. Went back and re-read the PR hype: "Fain and Del Rio said they initiated the panel to assure the plans they will submit to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other regulators apply the best available public health, science and engineering insights. The work of the panel will be shared with the entire industry and regulators." I wrongly assumed sharing meant the public was included.
  9. I am probably offering a fruit basket. If you have read some of the comments that have been submitted you have noticed that the comments are all over the place. Some on point, some just bizarre. If the cruise industry plan were out there the comments would include the plan.
  10. If you don't submit before the close of the public comment then the public can't comment.
  11. Truth is an absolute defense to the allegation of libel.
  12. Nothing better than being on hold for 20 plus minutes listening to elevator music and a recorded message comes on saying that they want to "Thank me for my patience." Pure BS.
  13. What Criteria Will You Use to Conclude It Is Safe To Cruise Again "The gangway is open."
  14. rallydave, would you really tell a small child that Santa is not coming this year? The ship will sail and Santa will come.
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