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  1. I would not send any more money to the cruise lines right now. Just too many unknowns, imo.
  2. Just received our refund today from a June Alaska cruise we cancelled on March 30th.
  3. We're at a little over 30 days now since cancelling. I personally wouldn't have a big problem waiting another 30-60 days if i had any confidence that anything would change in that timeframe. Right now it seems like we're waiting just so we can say we waited the prescribed timeframe without any real expectations of something happening. If the cruise lines don't have the cash on hand to make refunds today, what is likely to change about that situation in the next 60 days?
  4. Ah, the ship we were supposed to be on for our Alaska cruise in just a few short weeks. Makes me both happy and a bit sad to see her. Very nice looking ship, though.
  5. We have a bit of fcc from a recently cancelled cruise and not thinking of booking anything just yet. Need to see how this situation shakes out a bit more first.
  6. It should cancel the flight ease fares too. You may want to check whether there are any cancellation fees tho. We got charged $900 on our flight even though we were within the deposit refund period. They did refund it as fcc, though.
  7. We're in the same position with a june Alaska cruise and i agree with you. There seems to be a strange rush to defend HAL for a lack of communication here which i find....puzzling. How much work does it take to send out an email on this? It would certainly help with the flood of calls they're likely receiving on this situation. It seems like they're hoping either ppl cancel on their own out of frustration or hoping they can find some other way to still make the cruises happen....
  8. They certainty are trying to downplay it as much as possible arent they? "We have no reason to suspect your information is being misused". How in the world could they provide any assurance of that?
  9. Thats what we did. I would have rather used for dining, but im sure we'll find another use for it. Maybe use it to towards the hsc? Not sure the policy on that with hal.
  10. Nami sushi appears to he the only specialty dining option with a la carte pricing, at least on the k.
  11. Our sailing is one week before yours and the specialty dining reservations just opened up for us a few days ago. I'd keep checking on it as it seems to be somewhat random when it shows up for any given cruise date.
  12. Thanks for the responses all. I decided to go ahead and book the specialty dining in advance and pay now. One less thing to worry about when boarding. I'll find something else to spend the rest of the OBC on.
  13. Its promotional OBC so i dont believe its refundable. Looks like the better bet is just book in advance.
  14. You're right. Sel de mer is still a la carte so maybe we just splurge a little there.
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