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  1. FWIW: March 7 cruise to MX out of Long Beach canx at 8pm while all pax still at terminal waiting to board on departure day. Received automatic complete refund for 3 minis by March 21. They did it a cabin at a time, first taxes, then pre-paid excursions, then cabins. Submitted paperwork on March 8, while at an Anaheim-Disneyland area hotel, for complimentary 1-night refund for hotel stay in Long Beach area. Received refund just one week ago, on 9/9/2020
  2. FYI: March 7 cruise to MX out of Long Beach canx at 8pm while all pax still at terminal on departure day. Received automatic complete refund for 3 minis by March 21. They did it a cabin at a time, first taxes, then pre-paid excursions, then cabins. Submitted paperwork on March 8 for complimentary 1-night refund for hotel stay in Long Beach area while at an Anaheim-Disneyland area hotel. Received refund just one week ago, on 9/9/2020.
  3. 3/7/20 - Cruise cancelled while waiting to board in Long Beach terminal 3/8/20 - 3/11/20- 3 days at Disney Land with $300 for 1x nite lodging reimbursement filed with Princess, as per their cancellation policy promise of 1 nite lodging coverage up to $300. 3/12/2020 - Filed for all cruise charges reimbursement, FCC, and $300 for 1 nite lodging upon return home 3/26/2020 - All promised reimbursements completed and deposited to my bank acct, FCC posted to shipboard account. $300 for 1 nite lodging NEVER reimbursed.
  4. Don't know if you received an answer yet or not, but YES, we received every penny back automatically to our credit card just 4 and 5 days after cancellation, including all cabin fares, pre-paid gratuities, specialty dining reservations, and the 2 or 3 excursions we pre-booked. Every single penny, credited on a per-cabin or booking # basis (we had 3 separate bookings/mini's for 7 pax). FWIW, our cruise was cancelled by Princess on 3/7 while we waited at the terminal to board - some 8 hrs after we got there ready to board. All charges credited back on 3/11 and 3/12. We also got a FCC of equal va
  5. Don't know if you received an answer yet or not, but YES, we received every penny back automatically to our credit card just 4 and 5 days after cancellation, including all cabin fares, pre-paid gratuities, specialty dining reservations, and the 2 or 3 excursions we pre-booked. Every single penny, credited on a per-cabin or booking # basis (we had 3 separate bookings/mini's for 7 pax). FWIW, our cruise was cancelled by Princess on 3/7 while we waited at the terminal to board. All charges credited back on 3/11 and 3/12. We also got a FCC of equal value to the cancelled cruise for each of the 7 p
  6. Don't know if you received an answer yet or not, but YES, we received every penny back automatically to our credit card just 4 and 5 days after cancellation, including all cabin fares, pre-paid gratuities, specialty dining reservations, and the 2 or 3 excursions we pre-booked. Every single penny, credited on a per-cabin or booking # basis (we had 3 separate bookings/mini's for 7 pax). FWIW, our cruise was cancelled by Princess on 3/7 while we waited at the terminal to board - some 8 hrs after we got there ready to board. All charges credited back on 3/11 and 3/12. We also got a FCC of equal va
  7. FWIW our cruise was cancelled by Princess on 3/7 while we waited at the terminal to board - some 8 hrs after we got there ready to board. We received every penny back automatically on 3/11 and 3/12, including all cabin fares, pre-paid gratuities, specialty dining reservations, and the 2 or 3 excursions we pre-booked. Every single penny, credited on a per-cabin or booking # basis (we had 3 separate bookings/mini's for 7 pax). We also got a FCC of equal value to the cancelled cruise for each of the 7 passengers thru 3/31/2021. However, the $300 per each of our 3 bookings we were promised to def
  8. Does anyone know when or where those questionnaires are being handed out? I don't really care how accurate they are, if they're going to be given out before I leave for the cruise port or expected to fill it out in the waiting lounge. Just curious. The corporate medical officer for Princess said in a video the questionnaires are "to be completed at homes or at hotels" prior to boarding. Didn't say "at the cruise port" prior to embarkation. Anyone know?
  9. Saw in the corona virus news updates that all Princess pax "will be required to complete a pre-cruise health screening survey at their homes or at hotels" prior to boarding. Has anyone received or seen these? Thanks!
  10. Other than my very first cruise that I booked thru a local independent travel agency at home, since then I've always booked thru the cruise line's 800-number. Despite all these years since, however, I have never given a thought as to the job title of the person with whom I was talking. So, some questions: 1. Is the CSR I speak with at the cruise line's 800-number the so-called "TA" others are referencing here, or are you referring to the commonly known 3rd party independent "Travel Agent" one may find either on line (i.e., 1-800-Cruises) or in your hometown? 2. If the TA's a
  11. Is this 11:00AM boarding time just for this ship out of Lauderdale or in general for all Princess ships? I'm on the Royal March 7 to MX out of Long Beach CA and been told 12:30. 1:00, 1:30 and even once told 11:30. So, not sure which is it but it would help planning arrival time to port.
  12. Well, probably got it mixed up with Princess and that Churchill may well have been on one of the other lines I'v cruised with.
  13. Can't recall which ship it was but the "best" and most comfortable Churchill I have experienced had its own bar with 2 bartenders, 2 flat screens, and it was way aft, right off one of their "vista" lounges. Though there were some cig smokers there, the room was huge and large enough so I could sit among cigar smokers and not be bothered by cigarette smoke. I just can't recall which ship that was, but...since then I've run into those tiny lounges w/o their own bars that are usually adjacent to the casinos. Since they all seem populated by cigarette smokers who come in and out for a quick cig,
  14. On the Royal, what's the difference between the Allegro, Concerto, and Symphony dining rooms? Are these just different levels of the same room but with entrances from different decks? Which one has club dining?
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