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  1. Glad to hear your money is at least sort of back. But sad for no cruises.
  2. Refund received yesterday for June 2 cruise cancelled by Regent on April 24
  3. Refund received yesterday, June 26 for June 2 cruise cancelled by Regent on April 24. Refund requested April 24.
  4. Yes, cases have gone up in Oklahoma, but hospitalizations are flat, and death rates are down. I am cautiously optimistic that this means the virus is losing its potency. Of course, part of it may be that we are testing more people so picking up more mild cases. Anyone can get a test who wants one now. All patients coming into the hospitals or even to outpatient surgery are tested.
  5. I agree, it would have to be a CFAR policy.
  6. The rules are--if you cancelled a cruise before the cruise line cancelled but after final payment, prior to Covid, you would get nothing back at all unless you had trip insurance to cover it. Now, if you cancel before Oceania does, you get FCC's. Those are the rules. So she needs to schedule another cruise before 2022 and use the FCC's. And if she bought trip insurance make a claim with them. If she didn't buy trip insurance, that is on her, not Oceania.
  7. AHA, well that makes sense on why I got it so quickly. Not complaining, just surprised.
  8. Got my money credited back to my credit card on 6/18 for Sept 22 Oceania cruise which I cancelled on 6/15. Only 3 days. Very impressive. Still waiting on Regent and it has been 2 months since they cancelled.
  9. I doubt this cruise will happen, but here in Oklahoma, we have drive through clinics for testing that anyone can use, and results are back in just a few hours. I am sure they have the same in Seattle. But like I said, I would count on the cruise not happening
  10. One of the girls who works for me sent hers in in mid-March. She received notification that it had been received then nothing. She is still waiting. doesn't really matter now as the cruise she was planning to go on in August has been cancelled anyway, but she is worried she will never see it again. I am trying to reassure her.
  11. Got my money back from Oceania on 6/18 for a cruise I cancelled on 6/15. Pretty impressive turn around. Of course, I was the one doing the cancelling. They cancelled the cruise a few days later, so they still have my deposit but it converts to FCC which is fine with me. The money back was for stuff I prepaid for.
  12. We were on the Sept 22nd Regatta cruise as well. I cancelled last week as I was really sure it wouldn't sale. So they still have my $500 deposit which will change to FCC (but no bonus since I am the one who cancelled) and they will refund all the stuff I had prepaid. We will see. They said 3-4 weeks which is way faster than the 90 days that Regent told me and seems to be taking for our June 2 cruise that they cancelled.
  13. I hate buffets and would be happy to avoid them altogether. My husband, OTOH, loves them, so I get dragged there when we are onboard more often than I would like. So I would be thrilled for the buffet to go away.
  14. I didn’t go back to the start of this thread, but have sailed Celebrity and Oceania. Would not consider HAL. Oceania is miles better than Celebrity in terms of food and service.
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