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  1. That's the key...the insurance company wants to see something in writing that the cruise was canceled. Very important to remember to try to get something from the cruiseline in this situation. Common carrier cancellation is one of the reasons you can make a claim. However the company refusing you boarding from some new last minute policy like no B2B cruises, there isn't a covered cause in most insurance policies for that.
  2. I'm curious how you would even file this under travel insurance. I mean, it's obviously trip interruption but your policy always has specific covered reasons that you can claim this. I can't find a covered reason in my policy that would even cover something like this.
  3. i don't recall that Symphony has a Chef's Table. At least they didn't when I cruised.
  4. Refer them to the scenarios in the FAQ http://creative.rccl.com/Sales/Royal/General_Info/CWC_Enhanced_FAQs.pdf "My client is confirmed on the Open Jaw Alaska itinerary onboard Radiance of the Seas departing August 21, 2020 and is interested in moving to the Roundtrip Alaska itinerary onboard Ovation of the Seas departing August 20, 2021. Does this qualify for Lift & Shift? Assuming your client confirms the same stateroom category, yes, this scenario will qualify for Lift & Shift as the sailing length, itinerary type, and timing meet the required criteria."
  5. NextCruise OBC should follow you to the new booking too..so even more reason to go for it!
  6. I would think you could switch to next Thanksgiving week if you can find your same 2BR suite available on any of the ships sailing the Caribbean.
  7. I saw a Periscope from @CruiseLifeRick this morning (about 8am) in line to get off the ship. They lined up super early but as of 8am hadn't been let off.
  8. Canceling now or canceling 48 hours before your sailing will amount to the same thing, so might as well wait. Royal may cancel the cruise on you before that 48 hours and sweeten the compensation for you. Only reason I could think to cancel now is if you're 100% sure you aren't going to go and you want your FCC process started sooner.
  9. You can apply to the FCC to a cruise that you already have booked.
  10. Yes, they are closing the public beaches and limiting bar and restaurant hours of operation. https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article241210876.html
  11. Actually in your case you should be fine as they don't break down the new booked cruisefare per person. As long as the person who is named on the FCC is on the reservation it should be able to be applied to the full combined cruisefare.
  12. With the IT system they have in place and Royal math, I think it's beyond their capabilities. That's why it's good they have the 100% refund option at least.
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