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  1. cruise.new()

    Great Stirrup Cay

    I would think they'd have to dock in some foreign port or they would violate the Jones Act.
  2. cruise.new()

    Distinctive Voyages/ Free at Sea

    And that's why it's deceptive and unethical. You, individual you, can justify paying a premium for "free" by applying conditions that NCL isn't supplying or stating. It must be nice in your world. If free costs $400, 4 weeks from now or $100 2 years from now that is not free.
  3. cruise.new()

    Distinctive Voyages/ Free at Sea

    Obviously it would be soon, or there would be more rooms, its actually 5/13. I did need to look at a few to prove the point, but Free should be free or use a different word. Sent from my Pixel 2 using Forums mobile app
  4. cruise.new()

    Distinctive Voyages/ Free at Sea

    And I just test booked a balcony, where the only balcony with "free" stuff was a gty, that cost 478 more than a "sail away" balcony. That's some pretty expensive free Sent from my Pixel 2 using Forums mobile app
  5. cruise.new()

    Distinctive Voyages/ Free at Sea

    Although it is "fine by you" to call it free, and may be worth it, yet you are almost fully charged for it vs a Sail-away room, why would this be fine with various state attorneys general? How to they "getaway" with this? Wouldn't it be more up-front and ethical, and then also probably legal, to discount it if you purchase it at the same time?
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