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  1. It appears they have removed Grand Cayman through the end of next year as our October 3rd, 2021 sailing now has Costa Maya instead. Still showing Cozumel though. Bret
  2. It's my understanding anything requiring video (i.e. YouTube) would require the Browse & Stream Package. But I could be wrong. Bret
  3. A blue screen in one of the lounge pictures says MSC Magnifica. Guess she won't be doing Alaska summer of '22. 🙁 Bret
  4. This was put out by MSC last month indicating no Tampa departures for the Armonia: MSC Armonia: Guests booked on MSC Armonia 4-night departures from Tampa will move to MSC Seaside 4-night departures from Port Canaveral MSC Armonia: Guests booked on MSC Armonia 5-night departures from Tampa will move to MSC Seaside 7-night departures from Port Canaveral MSC Armonia:Guests booked on MSC Armonia 7-night departures from Tampa will move to MSC Seaside 7-night departures from Port Canaveral Bret
  5. Still on schedule to be in the US as planned. Can't speak as to sailings prior. Bret
  6. Seaside will start Port Canaveral November 1st and stay through March 21st when the Divina will take her place starting with the March 28th sailing. They did just confirm that Divina is still scheduled for her drydock in November. Bret
  7. Seaside will start Port Canaveral November 1st and stay through March 21st when the Divina will take her place starting with the March 28th sailing. They did just confirm that Divina is still scheduled for her drydock in November. Bret
  8. This was posted for TA's a bit ago: Due to the global pandemic, MSC Cruises has redeployed several of its ships in the Caribbean for the fall and winter 2020/2021 season, resulting in changes to some of our originally planned itineraries. We sincerely apologize to you and your clients for any disruption to their vacation plans. In all instances in which a sailing was impacted, we have worked hard to offer new attractive deployment options. All guests impacted will be moved to another ship serving the same or similar itinerary, while maintaining the price of their original booking as well as offered the following additional perk: All guests who have booked an inside or oceanview stateroom will receive a stateroom upgrade All guests booked in a balcony stateroom, a suite or a MSC Yacht Club stateroom will receive a shipboard credit of $100 per stateroom for cruises six nights or less (based on double occupancy, $50 for single occupancy). For cruises of seven nights or longer, guests will receive $200 per stateroom (based on double occupancy, $100 for single occupancy) Below is a high level overview of the changes. We will be providing more specific details on each sailing impacted and the new sailing by Wednesday, July 1. MSC Seaside & MSC Armonia sailings from Miami departing AUG 1-SEP 15 have been canceled MSC Seaside: Guests booked on MSC Seaside 7nt departures from Miami Saturday departures from Miami will move to MSC Meraviglia 7-night, Saturday departures from Miami MSC Meraviglia: Guests booked on MSC Meraviglia 7-night Sunday departures from Miami will move to MSC Meraviglia 7-night, Saturday departures from Miami MSC Armonia: Guests booked on MSC Armonia 4-night departures from Tampa will move to MSC Seaside 4-night departures from Port Canaveral MSC Armonia: Guests booked on MSC Armonia 5-night departures from Tampa will move to MSC Seaside 7-night departures from Port Canaveral MSC Armonia:Guests booked on MSC Armonia 7-night departures from Tampa will move to MSC Seaside 7-night departures from Port Canaveral MSC Divina: Guests booked on MSC Divina 3-night departures from Miami will move to MSC Armonia 3-night from Miami MSC Divina: Guests booked on MSC Divina 7-night departures from Miami will move to MSC Meraviglia 7-night departures from Miami MSC Divina: Guests booked on MSC Divina 11-night departures from Miami will move to MSC Meraviglia 14-night (back to back sailings) from Miami I'm guessing this is only until March when she goes to Europe and Divina comes up to Port Canaveral. Will update if I find out more. Bret
  9. I agree with you 100%. 😉 Absolutely do not give that TA the new booking. But absolutely use a different agent not direct. MSC can be most difficult to deal with, but that is why you have a TA. To take care of the headaches for you. That agent IMHO is making a bad example of TA's. Our job is to make sure you have the vacation of a lifetime, no matter how much or how little work we have to do to get it accomplished. Bret
  10. Funny you mention that as that was the first thing I thought of. 🤣 Bret
  11. Don't feel bad. They were about to have me sign a contract for 220 cabins. lol. Bret
  12. Could be why they just came to me this week and said port fees were nearly doubling for one of my groups. Of course they neglected to mention the itinerary change until today. Bret
  13. I'm betting they will emphasize Ocean Cay on these. On a recent conference call, the SVP said they will eventually be coming out with overnights at Ocean Cay. Not sure if she meant for the Divina or the Armonia that is already being pulled from Tampa back to Miami summer of 2021. Bret
  14. MSC is officially canceling all sailings through July 31st. Announcement coming at any time. Bret
  15. Yep, that's it. Simply Med by MSC. They actually infuse it in the AC systems on the ships as well though it is very subtle. Only place I know to get it is onboard in the shops. Though occasionally have gotten one through an MSC employee in the FLL office. Bret
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