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  1. We booked a couple of years ago for that April 24th cruise as well. We were already hesitant about it, but certainly don't want to be on the first cruise. If it doesn't eventually get canceled, we will most likely cancel ourselves.
  2. Jamaica is now charging a mandatory insurance fee for tourists. I'm wondering if this applies to cruisers in for a day as well. If so, Carnival will no doubt add this on to the fee prices. I also wonder if other countries will do the same. https://www.foxnews.com/travel/jamaica-charge-insurance-fee-coronavirus-pandemic
  3. We are booked on the Mardi Gras for April. Starting to have doubts about it as well.
  4. Certainly not. They just said it was smaller than expected. I'm sure they want to put as much positive spin as possible out there for shareholders.
  5. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/carnival-reports-quarterly-loss-2-132826943.html
  6. I'm not trying to be optimistic. My next cruise is scheduled for April. I'm not even sure about it. I'm only stating that I don't know and that all of us should know soon.
  7. This one is the only one still showing from P.C. for November. Not sure what will take place. Capacity probably will be an issue when they first start back. Many of those sailings probably already had numerous bookings. Should know soon.
  8. Yes, that date is quickly approaching. Not sure we would want to cruise that quick anyway. But, there are probably many others who would go right now. Our September cruise from Port Canaveral was cancelled and our next one is April on the Mardi Gras. Not sure about that one, but we still have a few months before the final payment date.
  9. Yes, I certainly believe so. It would probably be extremely difficult for them to start every port at the same time.
  10. Yes, it does for the most part. Still question whether those two ports will be able to sail. I'm sure that will be much easier for them to do than trying multiple ports at the same time. It should give them a good gauge for the future.
  11. They are also making another $1 billion stock offering. Definitely not the time to buy. Don't expect it to reach the $40-50 range for at least a decade if it even does so then. The debt has skyrocketed and the value of the company has gone down considerably, while at the same time spreading that value to more and more stockholders.
  12. Our last cruise out of PC we had a 12:30 flight and made it with plenty of time to spare. We are platinum and did checked luggage. We were sitting on our shuttle to the airport at 7:50. As somebody has already said, things may be different when cruising returns again. Don't know if they will still be in business then, but highly recommend Cortans Shuttle instead of using the Carnival shuttle. We have use them several times and really like their service.
  13. Must have just been a glitch. Right now I am seeing cruises to multiple places still on the website. While I have my doubts they will happen, they are still listed for now.
  14. "Some — including, on occasion, D’Aguilar himself — have expressed fears that private islands such as Great Stirrup Cay and Perfect Day CocoCay siphon off money that guests might otherwise spend in Nassau or Freeport. But D’Aguilar now says his government will not allow that to happen. “[We] recognize population centers are where the most economic impact is to be had,” he told the paper, “so if the cruise companies come to the Bahamas, they are going to be nudged by whatever means are necessary to visit” these hard-hit areas." We spend very little in Nassau. It has change
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