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Jimmcdaniel

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About Jimmcdaniel

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    Cool Cruiser

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  • Location
    Long Beach, CA
  • Interests
    Travel, Scuba Diving
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Regent Seven Seas, Windstar
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Australia, Southeast Asia, Africa

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  1. We have done our own air and used Regent. Los Angeles is our home airport and we have had very good luck with Regent finding us non-stop flights or the closest thing available. We never got charged more than the normal deviation fee. We used them to/from Europe, from Cape Town (connected through Dubai on Emirates—very nice) and going to/from Australia. On that last one we were especially glad we went through Regent because it was this past March when sailing got shut down due to COVID-19. Regent got us home safely and quickly from Perth during a very chaotic situation.
  2. Marc, Has Regent confirmed that Regent-provided driver/guides will satisfy the bubble requirements? We were wondering the same thing about doing a tour in Japan where Regent doesn’t offer a tour to the spot we want to visit. I don’t see how Regent could know that guests wouldn’t be exposed to something bad if they hadn’t inspected and approved the destinations. They could control the driver/guides but beyond that I don’t get it. Jim
  3. The Navigator left Livorno and is now in Naples and the Explorer is tooling around the Adriatic. If the ships are considered layed up it doesn’t look to be a super cool layup.
  4. We have a private safari tour scheduled for India in 2022 (rescheduled from the cancelled 2020 WC) and we are wondering if this whole “you can only travel with a ship-arranged tour” thing will be over by then. We feel pretty good about cruising being back by then but wonder about what restrictions we might be looking at.
  5. Yes. One night doesn't mean much but I was wondering whether it might have to do with credits for cancelled cruises (which I still have a couple hanging out there) or if I am one night away from the next tier with a 14 day cruise should I book that 14 day cruise or find something that is 15 or 16 days.
  6. Does anyone know what the difference is between Seven Seas Society "Nights Cruised" versus "Reward Nights"? In my account these two number are not the same. I have one more reward night than cruised night. Just wondering what the difference is and which one they use to determine SSS status level.
  7. We were on the Mariner (part of the 2020 WC) when it was stopped in Perth and the subsequent legs cancelled. We received the SSS nights for the legs we were booked on that cancelled. We were also booked on 2 Splendor cruises in September/October that were cancelled. We haven’t seen those nights posted yet.
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